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Prince William, Duke Of Cambridge

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Prince William continues to take a stand for things that matter.

In honor of the #Back2School anti-bullying campaign at an event run by The Diana Awards, named in memory of his late mother, the future king spoke out against bullying, and specifically, bullies who target the LGBT community.

The event began with Wills participating in an activity that asked him to write the name of five people who he'd turn to if he were being bullied on a paper hand cut-out. The Duke of Cambridge revealed that he would go to his wife Kate Middleton, then his brother, Harry, followed by his father, Prince Charles, grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and grandfather Prince Philip.

And although there's no sixth finger, he added his Spaniel pup Lupo, too. Hey, he's the future king, he can do what he wants.

Wills also took part in a training session at Hammersmith Academy in West London focusing on cyber-bullying and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual bullying.

During the hour-long event, William vowed that if he saw anyone bullying a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender‎ person, he would step in and confront the abuser after comforting the victim.

"I would try to confront, to tackle the person. I usually find myself right in in the middle of problems so that's pretty much where I'd be," William reportedly said during an LGBT session where participants were asked to stand on one side if they would comfort the victim, on another if they would confront the perpetrator, or at the back if they would adopt another strategy.

‎His support for confronting the homophobic bully was hailed as the 'embodiment' of Princess Diana's legacy. The Diana Awards has created an ambassador program, which trains children, staff and parents to help tackle the issue in their communities, while also helping young people understand that there is no need for them to suffer in silence. 

More than 16,000 Anti-bullying ambassadors have already been trained by the Diana Award in 3,000 schools across the United Kingdom.