As the British royal family continues to break from traditionmembers of the family have become more open in supporting the LGBTQ community, despite not being allowed to talk about politics, officially. Through the years, Prince Harry and Prince William have publicly announced their support of the community, just like their mother, Princess Dianadid back in the '80s. He was helping the charity open its new service center in east London.
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The British royal family is looked up to and admired for their conformity to rules and traditions. The royal family is scrupulous and very particular with etiquette and protocols, considering the reputation and image that the royal family has to be cautious of and uphold. While sexual preferences and same-sex marriages are not really a taboo, the royal family stays discreet about them, just like any other issues.
The royal family has often been stigmatized as being stuck in the past, or for being too traditional in certain aspects. Even Prince Williamoften seen as the stuffy older brother, recently spoke out about a topic that is particularly near and dear to his heart. Prince William was born into the royal family inthe eldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. As the heir to the throne of England, Prince William always knew he had immense responsibility, both to his family and to the citizens of Great Britain.
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Prince William has said he will support his children if they identify as LGBT in the future - but revealed his fears of a backlash they might face because of their roles in the monarchy. During what is thought to be the first time a member of the royal family has visited a dedicated LGBT organisation, William also took part in a group discussion with several akt ambassadors — young people who have been supported by the charity and now mentor others using its services. Faz Bukhari, 28, from east London, experienced problems at home from the age of 24 when he began to identify as transgender.
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He went on to say: "The one thing I'd be worried about is how they, particularly the roles my children fill, is how that is going to be interpreted and seen. He also said that he and the Duchess of Cambridge had been doing a lot of talking about it to make sure they were prepared. Akt was founded in by Cath Hall, whose year-old foster son died after being the target of homophobic bullying.