Harry, the memory of Diana’s death and the touching moment in the company of William

Harry, the memory of Diana’s death and the touching moment in the company of William
Harry, the memory of Diana’s death and the touching moment in the company of William
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A new trailer of the long-awaited interview with the prince Harry released to Tom Bradby for ITV, reveals new details about his life and that of prince William. Harry recalled Lady Diana’s death in 1997 and the moment he and his brother came out of the Palace to shake hands with the crowd. In that shared moment, William represented a fixed point for Harry: “I remember clenching my fists and holding a piece of Willy out of the corner of my eye because he gave me strength,” said Harry. “There was a sense of guilt in the air that I felt and I think William felt too, walking outside Kensington Palace,” he explained. “Everyone thought and felt that they knew our mother, and the two people closest to her, the two people she loved the most, were unable to show any emotion at that moment,” added Prince Harry, recalling those days. Photo: Kikapress Music: “Summer” from Bensound.com

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