Prince Harry, 34, opted for a grey blazer, crisp white shirt and black trousers as he arrived without his wife Meghan, 37, who still on maternity leave looking after baby Archie.
The Duke will launch a new campaign called Made by Sport, which will bring together a coalition of charities supporting disadvantaged young people through sport.
It aims to take advantage of the proven role sport can play in developing skills that make a difference at school, work and life.
The new campaign will also raise vital funds, £40 million, to support sports provision and grassroots clubs and organisations in disadvantaged communities across the UK.
The gloves are off! Prince Harry and Anthony Joshua shared a joke before posing for a photo alongside those who participated in a boxing session, along with Nicola Adams (front centre)
The Duke of Sussex, 34, was joined by boxing duo Anthony Joshua (above) at the Black Prince’s Trust in Lambeth, South London today
Prince Harry looked smart in a grey blazer and white shirt as he attended the launch of Made by Sport (pictured), which will bring together a coalition of charities supporting disadvantaged young people through sport
On his arrival at the event, which is being staged at the Community Sports Hub, the Duke will meet young people taking part in boxing training sessions.
They will be led by Nicola Adams, a double Olympic gold medallist, and heavyweight fighter Joshua who had a shock defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr in New York earlier this month, losing his IBF, WBO and WBA world titles.
Anthony Joshua opted for a more casual look as he wore a grey t-shirt, black jeans and white trainers for the occasion.
With a smile from ear to ear, he could be seen giving a thumbs up to the photographers as he headed inside.
Prince Harry will also hear from grassroots coaches about how they think the campaign will make a difference to young people’s lives and give a short speech before leaving.
The Duke of Sussex speaks with British boxer Anthony Johnson during the launch of Made by Sport. He used animated hand gestures as they engaged in conversation
The charity campaign will raise vital funds, £40 million, to support sports provision and grassroots clubs and organisations in disadvantaged communities across the UK. Pictured, Harry arriving at the launch
The Duke was greeted by Justin King when he arrived at the event, which is being staged at the Black Prince’s Trust Community Sports Hub
Boxer Anthony Joshua flashed a huge grin and gave a thumbs up to the camera before heading inside, where he will lead a boxing training session alongside top boxer Nicola Adams
The Duke of Sussex with boxer Anthony Joshua at the launch of Made by Sport, a new campaign bringing together a coalition of charities supporting disadvantaged young people through sport, at Black Prince Trust in London
Prince Harry gestures as he attends the launch of Made by Sport. He sparked up a conversation with one of the youngsters attending the boxing session which was run by Nicola Adams and Anthony Joshua
Holding their fists up for a photo, Antony Joshua (back left), Prince Harry and Nicola Adams (centre) smiles for the cameras alongside youngsters at the training school
Coordinating his brown belt and shoes, the Duke of Sussex looked relaxed as he arrived for the launch of Made in Sport in London today
Boxer Anthony Joshua swapped his relaxed grey t-shirt for gym-wear as he took a training session with youngsters – before speaking with Prince Harry
Anthony Joshua appeared to be in high spirits despite his shock defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr in New York earlier this month, where he lost his IBF, WBO and WBA world titles. Pictured, arriving at the launch of the new campaign
The heavyweight fighter will meet with Prince Harry and discuss the Made by Sport campaign – which aims to take advantage of the proven role sport can play in developing skills that make a difference at school, work and life
It’s been a busy few days for the proud new father, who arrived on his own for a concert hosted by his charity Sentebale in Hampton Court Palace.
There, he was by by celebrities including Katherine Jenkins, Gemma Arterton and Emilia Fox.
The Duke welcomed singer Rita Ora with a hug when they were introduced at King Henry VIII’s famous home where entertainers from across the Commonwealth performed in the open-air.
Ora said after their meeting: ‘I’m so excited, a little bit of rain never really hurts anybody, I’m just happy to be here and to be able to support and try and raise as much awareness and money for such a great cause.’
Prince Harry was greeted by Anthony Joshua, before being introduced to young people taking part in the boxing training session
The Duke of Sussex opted for a handshake on his arrival, before sharing a joke with a man in a smart blue suit
Anthony Joshua engaged in conversation ahead of the training session he is due to lead alongside boxing success Nicola Adams
During his time in Lambeth, the Duke (pictured) will hear from grassroots coaches about how they think the campaign will make a difference to young people’s lives and give a short speech before leaving
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