Prince Harry, William’s Princess Diana’s Death 25th Anniversary Plans

Put their differences aside. Prince Harry and William are honoring Princess Diana as they always have, despite the ongoing tension between the brothers. A source close to the Royal brothers revealed that they will celebrate their mother’s legacy in a similar way.

Entertainment Tonight reports that Harry and William are celebrating in a similar way because that’s what their mother wanted. A source said that the brothers’ relationship “is still strained,” but that they are “both dedicated to carrying on Diana’s legacy.” The source also confirmed that they are committed to ensuring their mother’s humanitarian work is recognised, and both ensure that their children are reminded of their grandmother’s memory. Princess Diana died on August 31, 1997, after being injured in a car crash in Paris, France. Diana’s partner, Dodi Fayed, and driver Henri Paul are presumed dead at the scene.

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Harry and William’s relationship has been complicated since Harry moved to Montecito, California with his wife Meghan Markle. There have been cases where they dedicate their differences to honor their deceased mother. Harry flew home in July 2021 to celebrate the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana with his brother. According to body language expert Blanca Cobb, Harry was “trying to engage” with his brother at the event in London. Cobb told Us Weekly in a report: “When Harry actually turned his leg to the corner with his brother, his brother didn’t reciprocate by turning towards Harry. “He was more stoic. He has little interaction with his brother and in my opinion, Harry is trying to get involved.”

The brothers did not attempt to make up during the Queen’s Platinum Celebration in June 2022. Harry and Meghan are said to have invited William and his wife Kate Middleton to their daughter Lilibet’s first birthday. However, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made prior commitments for other Jubilee celebrations.

In a recent speech at the United Nations, Harry talked about Diana’s accomplishments and her philanthropy towards Africa. He described a photograph of Princess Diana and South African President Nelson Mandela taken in 1997 and presented to him by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. “It was on the wall and in my heart every day,” he recalls. “When I first looked at the photo, immediately what jumped out was the joy on my mother’s face. Playfulness – bold, even. The pure joy of being in communion with another soul committed to serving humanity. “

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For more on Prince Harry and Prince William’s feud, check out historian Robert Lacey’s 2020 book, Battle of the brothers. In this The New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller, Lacey takes a close look at Harry and William’s relationship over the years and examines every moment that led to their eventual separation. From the impact of the tragic death of their mother, Princess Diana, and the pressures of their role in the royal family (William, future king versus Harry, the woman), to the influence of wife Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle on their different paths , Battle of the brothers reveals all the “high, low, and arbitrary” in these brothers’ lives in a way “never offered before.”

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