Anthony Joshua was pictured back in Watford last week to support a local initiative he helped launch.

The Watford boxer has been busy at a number of events and appearances lately but still found time to drop by Clean Herts Community’s Easter and Eid Party in The Park on April 22.

Between 1pm and 7pm there were bouncy castles, food, drinks, rides, games, and more entertainment out in Meriden Park, Garsmouth Way. More photos and videos are available on the foundation's Instagram.Watford Observer: Anthony Joshua in Meriden Park on April 22Anthony Joshua in Meriden Park on April 22 (Image: Contribution)

Clean Herts was launched by Joshua to help members in Watford and Hertfordshire in as many ways as possible.

When launching the foundation in 2021, he said: “Me and the boys I grew up in Watford have been doing many things in the community where it’s touched some people and some people have been seeing from a distance, but we want to get more people involved.

“So, we organised a foundation called Clean Herts Community because clean hearts win, and we want to bring that energy into the community.”

Yesterday (April 25), it was announced that the former Meriden resident will be the latest star to be the focus of a Louis Theroux Interviews… on BBC.

The programme will apparently cover the lead up to his bout with Jermaine Franklin earlier this month as well as his upbringing in Watford and private life.Watford Observer: Anthony Joshua after defeating Jermaine FranklinAnthony Joshua after defeating Jermaine Franklin (Image: PA)