Even although the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, doesn’t dwell within the UK anymore, and has even snapped affiliation with the royal agency, he nonetheless fondly thinks of his mom and remembers her in his personal candy method.
On the event of Mother’s Day within the UK on March 14, he had organized for flowers to be laid on the grave of the late Princess of Wales, as a tribute. According to a report in The Independent, a spokesperson for the Sussexes confirmed this.
Princess Diana — who had died in a automobile accident in Paris in 1997, on the age of 36 solely — was laid to relaxation in Northampton, within the grounds of her household’s residence, Althorp House, the outlet mentions. The grave is positioned “on a tiny island in the middle of a lake”, and is visited by hundreds of her followers yearly, in addition to her sons William and Harry.
Harry’s tribute to his mom comes nearly every week after his and Meghan Markle’s explosive interview to Oprah Winfrey, by which they’d detailed their harrowing expertise throughout their time as senior royals within the UK, and their resolution to go away the identical.
Among different issues, Harry had talked about his fears — of how his household was being handled by the tabloids — that of “history repeating itself”, alluding to what had occurred to his mom submit her divorce, when she was now not ‘royal’ and didn’t get pleasure from the identical safety.
“You know, for me, I’m just really relieved and happy to be sitting here, talking to you with my wife by my side because I can’t begin to imagine what it must’ve been like for [my mother] going through this process by herself all those years ago,” he had stated within the interview, including that he thought his mom would have been “very sad” and “very angry” on the circumstances created for him and his spouse, Meghan.
It was earlier reported that Prince William’s three youngsters — George, Charlotte and Louis — too, had made sweet cards for their ‘Granny Diana’ on the event of Mother’s Day, remembering the long-lasting international persona for his or her father, the Duke of Cambridge, regardless that the children have by no means met her.