Prince Harry told about his mother, Princess Diana: I didn’t want to admit it.
Prince Harry, who has been on the agenda with an interview he gave with his wife Meghan Markle for a while, this time is spoken with a preface to a book. In the preface of the book written for the children of healthcare professionals who lost their lives in the corona virus epidemic, Harry explained how he felt when he lost his mother Princess Diana. “I didn’t want to believe it. I didn’t want to admit it. There was a big emptiness in me,” Harry said in the article he wrote here for the death of his mother.
Prince Harry knows his mother Princess Diana has always been with me.
Prince Harry, who has been on the agenda with an interview with his wife Meghan Markle for a while, is on the agenda this time with a preface to a book. Harry told the children who lost his family in the corona virus epidemic, how he felt when his mother died.
Crown Prince Charles and Diana’s younger son Harry was only 12 years old when his mother died. Known to be very impressed by this incident, Harry always brought his mental health to the forefront in his charity activities. Harry is here for the kids who lost their mother like him.
In England, a book is about to be released for the children of healthcare professionals who died in the corona virus epidemic. The title of the book signed by Chris Connaughton is “Hospital on the Hill”. In the book, a child who lost his mother working in the hospital in the epidemic is told.
Prince Harry wrote a preface to this book. He told the children with trauma how he felt when his mother died: I didn’t want to believe it. I didn’t want to accept
“I know what you’re feeling,” Harry said, wrote that when his mother died there was a big emptiness, and he told children who had similar traumas, “I assure you that emptiness is filled with love and support over time.”
Lady Diana died in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997.