Prince William Still Regrets His Last Words to His Mother Diana
Prince William and Prince Harry lost their mother tragically in a car accident at a very young age. Prince William discusses his last conversation with her
Kensington Palace recently posted about the birthday of Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, and the heir to the British throne. With three happy children and a beautiful supporting wife by his side, William is very much the picture of a perfect life. The future king of Britain is greatly popular among the masses since his birth. People love him and his wife to the extent that they want William to become the King of England instead of Charles. The luck seems to favor Prince William in every possible way. But life is not a bed of roses be it a prince or a peasant. Everyone has his/her share of miseries.
Prince William and his brother Prince Harry lost their mother suddenly in a tragic car accident. Even before her death, the children saw the turbulent marriage of their parents hence life was never a perfect picture for them. Being the royal children they were under media scrutiny even before they were born. Even on their mother’s funeral the little boys had to hold their emotions back and had to experience the entire global media capturing their every move. Their trauma increased many folds and still stays in their hearts.
It’s been over two decades since the death of Princess Diana but this pain is inconsolable. The brothers still remember their final conversation with their mother Diana. In the documentary, ‘Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy’(2017) they voiced their thoughts about their mother’s life and their lives after she passed away. William told that he still regrets his final conversation with his mother and that phone call is still stuck in his head. She was in Paris while the brothers were vacationing at Balmoral Castle, Scotland. She wanted to talk to them but the boys were in a desperate rush to go out and play just like the children their age. William said that had he known what was coming up next he would have acted differently.