Published On: Fri, Aug 30th, 2019

Royal news: Princess Diana’s photographer describes ‘worst thing’ Prince Charles ever did | Royal | News


The anniversary of Princess Diana’s death is marked at the end of this month, August 31 – 22 years since the tragic car accident that took place in Paris. Speaking ahead of the anniversary Arthur Edwards, Princess Diana’s former photographer, recalled the day. The royal veteran photographer told Nine News Australia: “We all remember that day on August 31, it was a terrible tragedy.

“I can imagine when Prince Charles had to wake Harry and William and tell them that their mother was dead must have been the worst thing he ever did.

“And the worst shock those boys ever got. Of course Harry has carried that with him for many years, saying it still affects him.

“So when he takes Meghan and Archie to that little island on the Althorp Estate and looks down at the grave and plaque and explains to Meghan, I imagine he will probably shed a tear.”

Harry and Meghan will head to Althorp on the 22nd anniversary of the Princess of Wales’ death on August 31.

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The Duchess of Sussex has also never visited Princess Diana’s final resting place.

A source told the MailOnline: “Harry wants Meghan to see his mother’s resting place.”

The couple will also take baby Archie Harrison to see his grandmother’s resting place for the first time.

Prince Harry and Prince William used to visit their mum’s island grave on her birthday and the anniversary of her death.

Harry will also make solo visits to Botswana, Angola and Malawi while Meghan, Archie and their newest nanny will remain in South Africa.

The source said: “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.”

Diana visited Angola in 1997 and walked through an active minefield, detonating a mine in front of an audience of international reporters, with the help of a land mine removal expert.

Princess Diana made the trip as a fervent supporter of an international treaty banning landmines.



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