The 16-year-old actress will represent a pioneering new programme set up by The Duke Of Cambridge and the charity SkillForce, to boost children’s confidence and self-belief.
It comes as Bella has once again been wowing fans in the eighth and final season of Game Of Thrones, after playing the no-nonsense Lady Lyanna Mormont.
Amazing: Game Of Thrones Bella Ramsey has found a royal connection outside of Westeros, as she’s recently been named as a Prince William Award Ambassador
Speaking about the honour, Bella said: ‘I’m so privileged to be on board with SkillForce and The Prince William Award and I really believe in their vision.
‘It’s something I know I would have benefited from immensely and so I am passionate about the growth of SkillForce and The Prince William Award and helping provide the incredible work they do for every child who would benefit.
‘I’m excited for this journey, and the fact that it’s a charity that started in the East Midlands, my home, tops it off. With courage and confidence, we can face our battles.’
The programme offers children meaningful levels of resilience and self-esteem after being set up by His Majesty The Duke Of Cambridge in 2017.
Iconic: The actress, 16, will represent the programme set up by The Duke Of Cambridge and the charity SkillForce, after wowing fans as the no-nonsense Lyanna Mormont (above)
It is of course something Bella’s Thrones character Lyanna has in droves, after stunning fans with incredible speeches among a slew of battles, dragons and general conflict.
Speaking at a graduation ceremony last year for previous members, Prince William said: ‘Children and young people today need our help more than ever. They face a level of pressure that previous generations simply did not experience.
‘I have spoken before about the burden of social media and the sense of being on call 24/7, which can affect everyone’s mental well-being.
‘At a young age, children need to learn the tools to deal with such challenges; the tools to develop their self-esteem, confidence and resilience to lead happy, healthy lives and to succeed and thrive.
‘No child should ever have to feel like a failure, yet sadly, so many do.’
Amazing: The programme was first set up by The Duke Of Cambridge in 2017, to boost children’s confidence and self-belief with a year-long experience
Delighted: Speaking about being named as an ambassador, Bella said: ‘I’m excited for this journey, and the fact that it’s a charity that started in the East Midlands, my home, tops it off’
As well as Game Of Thrones, Bella has also been appearing in the CBBC series The Worst Witch as the lead Mildred Hubble.
But she has since stunned fans with her incredible role as Lyanna, who has become famous for her incredible speeches.
She made her first major appearance in Season Six of the HBO fantasy epic, as she met Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Davos Seaworth as they attempt to rally the North.
Epic: Since first appearing on Game Of Thrones in Season Six, Bella has earned a huge fan base for her role as Lyanna, thanks to her epic speeches
And after the epic battle in Winterfell, despite his heritage she is the first to declare Jon as King Of The North.
This season fans have already seen Lyanna openly criticise Jon for denouncing his crown to Daenerys Targaryen, and appears to deeply mistrust the Mother Of Dragons.
It now remains to be seen whether Lyanna will survive the epic final battle for Winterfell, as fans have been endlessly speculating who will die.
Game Of Thrones continues on Sunday 28th April on HBO. It will air on Monday 29th April on Sky Atlantic in the UK.
Will she die? It now remains to be seen whether Lyanna will survive the epic final battle for Winterfell which is playing out this season