It’s Been Three Decades Since Princess Diana Left Us And Prince Harry Still Refers To His Mother In The Most Sentimental Way Possible
November 12, 2018 17:48 By Mambee
The 31st of August 1997 was a sad day in history. It was the day the Princess of Wales, Prince William and Prince Harry's mother, got involved in a car accident that claimed her life immediately.
It is a well-known fact that the boys had to go through a lot, mainly because of the public eye being constantly on them. However, they've have grown up to be amazing men, and they remember their mother in the best way possible.
In a documentary released by the BBC to mark Prince Charles' 70th birthday, the young princes offered an insight into how life was and how they have felt while growing up with their dad.
One thing that caught many people's attention was the affectionate way in which the boys still refer to their late mother. Prince Harry, for instance, referred to her as 'mummy.'
In the documentary entitles 'Prince, Son & Heir: Charles At 70', the boys claim their father has been there for them, trying his best to fill in the void left by their mother.
The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry said;
"He's done an amazing job. And without telling us what we should be doing or the direction we should go in, he just lets us learn from the nature of the job, learning from him, learning from 'Mummy.'"
They also mentioned their father's dedication to the environmental welfare, and how it has impacted them. This can be proven from his constant criticism of world leaders when it comes to paying more attention to the environment.
Prince Harry claims this has influenced him a lot, making him conscious of his surroundings at all times.
The documentary was released in honor of the Prince of Wales' birthday, and it provides an insight into his life, including raising the boys, and several other interesting facts about him.
It’s sweet to know that Prince Harry and Prince William still refer to their mother as though she were here.
She was indeed a lovely mother to them.