Prince William and Prince Harry Reflect on Losing Princess Diana


Although Prince William and Prince Harry have two completely different public personas, there’s been something conspicuously missing for years: Any mention of the loss they both suffered when a car crash took their mother, Princess Diana, from the world in 1997.

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But both men are starting to speak out, and using their pain to help ease the suffering of others. Well-wishers of the royal family from around the world who shared in their pain and loss back in 1997 are rushing to comfort them, especially after BBC News aired a clip of generally good-humored Prince Harry opening up about losing his mother and the grieving and healing he’s gone through in years since.

Watch the video below to see what both of Princess Diana’s boys say about the time they shared with their famous mother, what it was like to lose her, and how they’ve both used their grief for the common good.

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