According to Christopher Andersen’s new book, the biggest regret of King Charles’ life was: King: The Life of Charles IIIPrinces William and Harry were walked behind the coffin during the funeral procession of their late mother, Princess Diana, who died in 1997. The princes were 15 and 12 respectively when their mother died. ” Both the king and his sons to this day.
Royal author reveals King Charles’ greatest regret in new book
Andersen explained more about how he feels when talking to his new monarch every week While promoting his new book, he states:
“I believe it’s a form of PTSD,” Andersen wrote, adding that the “trigger” was for Prince Harry, now 38, to fly to London to bring back memories from his funeral. “He said he remembers that day when he had to walk behind the coffin, and they were more or less by the palace, actually the Grays who run the palace.” The guys in the house, Diana was bullied into doing it by people she used to complain about.” He continued. “I think both William and Harry were thinking, ‘Who are these strangers who haven’t met her?’ I think he understands that to some extent he was responsible for what they had to suffer through.”
“Diana’s brother also said he regretted being cheated,” added Andersen. “He said it was like walking through a tunnel of grief.” said earlier people in 2017 Diana’s story Worried about what will happen to the young princes, especially Harry, he said: It’s just awful. In fact, to be honest, I tried to stop it. ”
Prince Harry talks about mother’s funeral in memoir
Although we don’t know the exact subject matter Prince Harry will discuss in his shocking memoirspare, In the book, which will be published on January 10, 2023, the publisher confirmed that he and his brother Prince William will discuss the exact moment when he walked behind his mother’s coffin. It’s the first time either brother has spoken in such detail over the events of the funeral (although they’ve touched on it very briefly over the years), and has spoken about Prince Harry’s feelings thus far and in the meantime. It’s my first time reading it. , and grief after the funeral, and after the death of his mother.
“It was one of the most poignant images of the 20th century: two boys and two princes walking behind their mother’s coffin as the world watches in grief and horror.” When Princess Diana, Princess of Wales was buried, billions of people wondered what the princes were thinking and feeling, and how their lives would unfold from that point on. ”
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Prince Harry’s previous comments on the late Princess Diana’s death
The memoir isn’t the first time Prince Harry has spoken out about his mother’s death or funeral. Newsweek, the Duke of Sussex said: I don’t think you should ask your child to do that under any circumstances. I don’t think that will happen today. ”
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in a BBC documentary Diana, 7th, Prince Harry revealed it was a “group decision” for the brothers to walk behind the coffin. I think it was part of that,” he said. “Honestly, I don’t have an opinion on whether it’s right or wrong. I’m glad I was a part of it. Looking back on it now, it was really nice to be a part of it.”
Prince William previously discussed his mother’s funeral
The new Prince of Wales also spoke briefly about his involvement in his mother’s funeral. “This is one of the most difficult things I have ever done. But the numbers have been overwhelming and incredible. There’s a balance and that’s what we had to do.”
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