Prince Harry has revealed the trauma he suffered after losing his mother, Princess Diana.
The Duke of Sussex has been extremely outspoken about his last phone call with Diana, expressing immense regret.
“If I had known this was the last time I was going to tell my mom about the things I would do – things I would have said to her,” Harry said in a documentary titled Our mother Diana: her life and her legacy.
He revealed that he had broken down twice while missing Diana, at her grave in Althorp on September 6, 1997, and since then “maybe, maybe once”.
“So, you know, there’s a lot of – there’s a lot of heartache that’s yet to be released,” he said.
“There isn’t a day that William and I don’t wish she was still here, and we wonder what kind of mother she would be now, what kind of public role she would have, and what a difference she would make,” Harry added.
Earlier in 2017, William told reporters of the documentary: “It’s a tribute from her sons to her. ”
“It’s one thing to make a documentary like this and it’s another thing in front of you guys and explaining something very personal to you,” he added. “Nonetheless, I think it’s very important that I’m here to do it. ”
The two brothers who find it very difficult to talk about Diana’s death in public said, “We will no longer talk about her so openly and so publicly.”