King Charles III “deeply regrets” letting his sons, Princes William and Harry, walk behind the coffin during his mother, Princess Diana’s funeral, a royal author claimed.
Christopher Andersen, who wrote a new book about King Charles, The King: The Life of Charles III, told Us Weekly: I think it’s a kind of PTSD. “
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Christopher Andersen points out that Prince Harry still feels it’s “triggering” to fly to London from time to time, saying:[He said] It reminds me of those days when he had to walk behind the coffin, and they were more or less bullied into doing it by the palace – the gray man who actually runs the palace. by the people Diana was complaining about.
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“[Charles, Earl Spencer], Diana’s brother … also says he feels cheated and regrets it. He said it was like walking through a tunnel of sorrow.
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Prince William was 15 and Prince Harry was 12, but their mother, Princess Diana, died in 1997 after being injured in a car accident.
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“I think both William and Harry thought, ‘Who’s a stranger who hasn’t met her?’ I think he understands to some extent that it is his fault that they have suffered. [that]said the author.
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As he attended his mother’s funeral, Prince Harry said: “My mother just passed away and I was walking behind her coffin surrounded by thousands of people with millions watching on TV. I had to walk all the way.I don’t think any child should be required to do that under any circumstances.I don’t think that would be the case today.