Prince Louis and Princess Tessy attended a performance by the "Joyful Noise" choir today alongside Prince Harry of Wales at The Hurlingham club earlier today. "Joyful Noise" is a creation of NAZ, a sexual health charity for minority communities. Founded in 1991, the charity concentrates on providing sexual health services to black, Asian and other ethnic minority communities which make up a disproportionately high percentage of the 103,000 people living with HIV in the United Kingdom.
The organisation is named after a Pakistani Muslim man called Nazir who was secretly gay and was shunned by his mosque and his community when they discovered he had Aids. The gay rights activist Shivananda Khan established the charity in his memory following his death. Princess Tessy is an UN Aids global advocate for young women. Unfortunately for us, most photos of the day focus on the more famous British prince but you can spot Louis and Tessy at some of those by Getty Images.