"My Dad passed away when I was 15 which was really hard to deal with, and a few years later I was sexually assaulted which left me feeling vulnerable and I ended up having to leave home for my safety.

"During my first year of university my boyfriend was murdered and despite persevering and staying on to graduate, eventually the reality of everything caught up with me and I turned to alcohol to cope.

"A few years later I approached The Prince’s Trust with an idea to set up my own corporate massage business.

"I really believe in the benefits of holistic services and my business, WorkSpa, brings a variety of well-being services to the workplace to reduce employee stress and improve productivity.

The Trust supported me when I needed it the most and I wanted to become a Young Ambassador for them so I can support others.

"In my role as a Young Ambassador, I have shared my story at numerous events to help promote the work of The Trust and raise money for the charity. I am also a member of the UK2030 Taskforce which is aiming to ensure young people have a stake in society."

Karl Bailey, Senior Manager from Mappin and Webb, says: "We’re honoured to present Grace with this award.

Through bravely sharing her experiences in her role as a Young Ambassador, she helps raise awareness of the impact of The Prince’s Trust and inspires so many people to support the charity that supported her.

Mappin & Webb