Prince William took part in an anti-bullying workshop on Monday organised by the Diana Award, an anti-bullying charity set up in the memory of his mother, Princess Diana.
According to Kensington Palace, the Diana Award is:
...committed to empowering thousands of young people to tackle social issues that affect other young people using a well-tested peer-led approach.
To that end, attendees at the palace were given cards on which they wrote down something that makes them unique, encouraging them to be proud rather than ashamed of whatever quality that was.
Cue Prince William, who apparently wrote: 'I AM A PRINCE':
Alright, Joffrey. Calm down...