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- Prince William and Prince reportedly got together to remember their mother on the anniversary of her death.
- This year is particularly poignant as it’s the first since Prince Harry became a dad.
- This follows royals news which revealed the ‘emotional’ encounter Princess Diana had with a mother at cemetery weeks before her death.
Losing a parent is always painful, and remembering the loss when the anniversary of their death comes around never gets easier – so it’s no wonder Prince William and Prince Harry are choosing to spend the difficult day together.
According to reports, the brothers got together to reminisce about their mother.
A source told American publication Us Weekly: “They talk about the little things about Diana that made them laugh: the ski trips and outings to Thorpe; the effort she went to on their birthdays – all of it.”
According to the insider, the brothers had their spouses and children join them later – which is particularly special for Prince Harry, since it’s the first time he’s marked the painful date as a father himself.
The royals also take the time to talk about their mum’s work in helping people around the world, and use it to brainstorm their own charity campaigns.
“They always discuss Diana’s charity work and brainstorm ways they can continue her legacy. Helping others and being a role model to those less fortunate is at the top of their priority list”, they added.
This year marks 22 years since Princess Diana passed away in a tragic car accident in Paris.
During the significant 20th anniversary two years ago, Prince William reflected on walking behind his mother’s coffin on the way to her funeral.
In one ITV documentary, Diana: Her Life and Legacy, he said: “It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done, that walk. I felt like she was almost walking along beside us, to get us through it.”
Prince Harry also revealed that he and his brother were still suffering intense grief after their loss, 20 years on.
He confessed: “There’s, you know, there’s a lot of — there’s a lot of grief that still needs to be let out.”