Prince William and Prince Harry were still very young when the “People’s Princess” died in a terrible car accident. When they heard that their mother had died, their lives were changed forever.
When she got engaged to the then-Prince Charles, she became more well-known. She was an interesting public figure whose caring ways won over millions of people.
The media was crazy about her and followed her everywhere. Many people say that this is what led to her death.
She died when she, her partner “Dodi Fayed, the son of Egyptian billionaire Mohamed Al-Fayed, her driver Henri Paul, and her bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones” crashed the Mercedes “in the Pont de I’Alma tunnel in Paris while trying to” get away from the cameras.
Reports say that Lady Di died because she had a lot of internal injuries and a blood vessel burst, which caused internal bleeding.
Over 2.3 billion people from all over the world watched her funeral. Diana’s death broke the hearts of billions of people around the world. No one in Britain didn’t feel sad about her death. She was buried on a small island in the middle of the Oval Lake, where her family’s home, Althorp, is located.
Mohamed Al-Fayed, whose son Dodi Fayed died at the scene of the crash, was sure that it wasn’t an accident at all.
Diana called her boys, who were with their cousins in the Scottish Highlands at the time, before the car crash. When she talked to Harry on the phone, he couldn’t wait for the call to end so he could go back outside and play. He didn’t know, though, that was the last time he would talk to his loved mother.
“I don’t really remember what I said, but I will probably regret how short that call was for the rest of my life,” he said.
“If I had known that was the last time I was going to talk to my mother, I would have said those things to her.”
Harry never got over how much it hurt to lose his mother. He even admitted that he had only cried twice to show how sad he was. In 1997, he went to see where his mother was buried for the first time.
“William and I wish she was still alive every day, and we often think about what kind of mother she would be now, what kind of public role she would have, and what kind of difference she would be making.”
Prince William also talked about how sad and painful it was to lose his mother and told about the last thing he said to her.
“Slowly, you try to put your life back together and figure out what’s going on,” William said. “I kept telling myself that my mother would not want me to be sad.” “She wouldn’t “want me to feel bad. She wouldn’t want me to be this way. I also kept myself busy, which can be good or bad, but helps you get through the initial shock phase.
William” will never forget the last words he said to his mother, which broke his heart.
“The last thing I can remember is getting a phone call from Balmoral. William said, “At the time, Harry and I were running around, doing our own thing, playing with our cousins, and having a great time.” “Harry and I were in a big hurry to say goodbye, see you later, and can I leave? If I had known what was going to happen, I wouldn’t have been so casual about it. That phone call is very clear in my mind.”
“On July 1, 2021, which would have been Diana’s 60th birthday, William and Harry” put up a copper “statue of their mother in the Kensington Palace Sunken Garden”, even though they were fighting.
“In a joint statement, the brothers said”, “Today, on what would have been our mother’s 60th birthday, we remember her love, strength, and character, which made her a force for good around the world and helped change many lives for the better.”
“Every day, we wish she was still here, and we hope this statue will always be a reminder of her life and her legacy.”
Lady Di, rest in peace. You will be missed.
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