Prince William, Prince Harry to address their mother's death in new documentary

Prince William, Prince Harry to address their mother's death in new documentary

Prince William, Prince Harry to address their mother's death in new documentary

The commitment from Prince William and Harry to continue their mother's legacy and supporting mental health charities, while also speaking openly about their own struggles have contributed in Morton's view to "a more expressive nation, a more touchy-feely nation than we were perhaps 30 or 40 years ago".

"I love seeing the sort of uncomplicated way that they [William and Harry] deal with people, and put them at their ease". "It was attractive at the same time, and it was wonderful now looking back at it".

"She said they had a committee or an adviser or something, and said, "it's seen to be racist to have gollies".

Diana and her step-mum Raine Spence had a rocky relationship.

"Writing in the book, he quotes Diana: "'Game, set and match, ' she said, clutching to her a copy of the Daily Mirror containing a transcript of the "Camillagate" tape as we talked in her sitting room at Kensington Palace.

During the same tour, another defining image of the couple was taken, dubbed "the kiss that missed", when Diana turned her face away just as Charles went to kiss her during a polo trophy presentation in Jaipur.

It all happened the day of her brother, Earl Charles Spencer's wedding in 1989. "It's hard because obviously Catherine didn't know her, so she can not really provide that level of detail".

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Diana had answered "no", "because they (the establishment) have decided that I'm a non-starter". "It's important that they know who she was and that she existed".

'In 2013, Pippa Middleton continued this family tradition by giving her sister Kate, The Duchess of Cambridge, our Personalised Duchess Necklace to celebrate the birth of Prince George, ' they added. A lot of interesting events were revealed in the documentary mostly of Diana's woes: her husband, her duty, bulimia nervosa, and Camilla Parker-Bowles, her husband's mistress. "I think that's fantastic".

"I love the fact that there's still such veneration inside her immediate family for what she was, and what she meant".

Similarly, after Diana became a mother for the first time, her husband, Prince Charles, gave her a necklace with a gold pendant engraved with William's name and "which she always wore close to her heart", Maman said.

'There was a stunned pause (and a few bemused glances from Embassy dignitaries), until the silence was broken by Diana, who said, 'Oh, that must be for me, ' and began to laugh'. But her brother is fighting for her to be remembered as a force for good in history. And Diana deserves a place in history.

"People followed this journey of this shy, blushing teenager who became an worldwide icon, a humanitarian, but also someone who had difficulties in her private life, as we all know, with her husband, Prince Charles", Morton explains.

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