Prince Harry finally talks about His Legendary Mother, Princess Diana
Born on September 15, 1984, Prince Harry is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, the late Princess of Wales.
He is officially entitled as "His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales".
In June 2015, The Queen made him the Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO).
In his military career, he has served as a Second Lieutenant in the Household Cavalry and later promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
He has also worked as an Apache Pilot on his tour in Afghanistan. He left the army after the service of 10 years in June, 2015, but still works in an effort to support the wounded soldiers and women.
When Princess Diana died, Harry was only 12 years old and accompanied by his brother, father, grandfather and uncle Earl Spencer in walking behind the funeral cortège.
There is no escape and no lie that I actually regret for not talking about her. From the very first 28 years of my life, I have never tried and even thought to talk about it. There is no denial of the fact, whether you are a member of a royal family or soldier or any star. It really does not matter, everyone suffers and everyone can suffer.— Prince Harry
His Notable Charity Work and Royal Duties: Prince Harry following the Footsteps of His Late Mother
- Prince Harry is extremely dedicated to charitable activities and public service. He also supports The Queen undertaking official engagement in the United Kingdom and overseas.
- Along with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, he founded the charity named Sentebale (meaning "Forget Me Not") in the memory of their mothers.
- The charity was founded to support orphan and vulnerable children suffering from severe diseases such as HIV/AIDS.
- Prince Harry also helped in organizing the Invictus Games in London in 2014. Invictus Games are internationally renowned sports for wounded and sick Servicemen and women.
- Most of his charitable activities is via sports. He has raised lots of money, by sports events, for charity.
- Till now, Prince Harry has supported more than 25 causes that include AIDS & HIV, Animals, Poverty, Slavery & Human Trafficking, Education, Health, Environment, Hunger, Peace, Philanthropy, Human Rights, Disaster Relief, Cancer, Bullying and Adoption.
- Just like his late mother, he is a great supporter of people, including children, who are suffering from HIV/AIDS and proved it to the world that these people also deserve to live and laugh like everyone else.
We are humans and it is alright to suffer. But as long as one talks about the same, it is not at all a weakness. Weakness is much different. It means having a problem, but not observing it and not solving it in any manner.— Prince Harry
Prince Harry's Patronages
Prince Harry is a patron of the following organizations:
- 100 Women in Hedge Funds' Philanthropic Initiatives
- Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund
- Dolen Cymru
- England Rugby 2015
- Free The Children
- Global Angels
- Help for Heroes
- Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund
- Invictus Games Foundation
- London Marathon Charitable Trust
- National AIDS Trust
- Rugby Football Union Injured Players Foundation
- Rugby Football Union All Schools Programme
- School's Games
- The HALO Trust
- The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry
- The Silverstone Heritage Experience
- Walking With The Wounded's Expeditions
All I want to do is to make my MOTHER feel Proud.— Prince Harry in an interview with People's Magazine
Check out the below video, where Prince Harry talks about his late mother, Princess Diana. The video also captures the few moments of an event, organized by Prince Harry, to throw light on the mental health issues. The event is attended by many sports stars. He tells BBC that any one can suffer from such issues.