Prince spoke publicly for the first time about how he de alt with the loss of his mother. Also, rumors appeared in the Western media about the request of the grandchildren to Queen Elizabeth II to restore the title for Princess Diana, who was addressed as Her Highness before her divorce from Prince Charles.
On August 31, 1997, the tragic news of the death of Princess Diana in a car accident shocked the entire UK. The subjects of Lady Di and members of the royal family have mourned her for years. Her heirs, princes William and Harry, had the hardest time of all, who suddenly lost not only their mother, but also their closest friend. For the first time, the eldest son of Princess Diana spoke about his feelings and experiences associated with this loss quite recently.
At Diana's 21st Anniversary Gala DinnerChild Bereavement, which belonged to Diana, William delivered a touching speech. “I understand all too well how my mother felt when she founded the foundation. Such grief is the strongest that can only fall to a person. When you realize that you have no one else to call mom, it's a terrible feeling,” said the prince.
There have also been rumors that Harry and William are demanding that their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, restore the title of their dead mother. Prior to her divorce from Prince Charles, she was addressed as Her Highness. But according to the tabloids, the queen still cannot forget her dislike for Diana and refuses her grandchildren. She had always treated her daughter-in-law with prejudice and considered her a hypocritical commoner. Until the death of the princess of human hearts, as her fans called her, Elizabeth II could not accept Diana's love of freedom and simplicity of communication. There has been no official comment from the royal family on this matter yet.