PRINCE Charles spoke about the importance of healing the pain of the past today — as royals were braced for son Harry talking about his childhood again.
The Prince of Wales, 72, told Northern Ireland youth workers: "I want to take this opportunity to pay a special tribute to your dedication and commitment to the cause of peaceful co-existence.
"We must never underestimate the risk – and of course the cost – of holding to peaceful ways, and how much determination and courage is actually necessary.
"All of you whom I have met here today, and many more of your colleagues in your communities, have shown those qualities in the most challenging circumstances.
"We owe you therefore, I think a deep debt of gratitude and above all of admiration.
"Whenever I visit this part of the world, I never cease to be profoundly moved by the work that is being done to heal the pain of the past, to bring understanding and reconciliation in the present, and to build hope for the future."
Prince Harry, 36, last week said he moved his family to the US to escape the “pain and suffering” of his own childhood.
He is expected to open up again on Friday in a new documentary.
In Belfast, Charles also visited the Harland & Wolff shipyard, just like dad Philip in 1977.
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