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Lady Diana’s death: Archie, Lilibet and forget-me-nots… her son Harry dedicates an unexpectedly moving speech to her


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Thursday, August 25, 2022, Prince Harry made a point of paying a moving tribute to his mother, Lady Diana, almost 25 years after her death. He spoke at a charity polo match.

Prince Harry participated in a charity polo match on Thursday, August 25, 2022. If he was quickly criticized after traveling to Colorado on a private jet, the brother of Prince William won the tournament for a good cause. Indeed, his team won several million dollars for the Sentebale foundation. This foundation raises awareness and helps young people in southern Africa.

After his victory, Prince Harry paid a moving tribute to his mother, Lady Diana. Indeed, the 25th anniversary of her death will be celebrated on August 31, 2022. For the occasion, the one who was 13 years old at the time of her death said: “In Sesotho, the Basotho language, the word Sentebale means ‘do not forget me’. Next week is the 25th anniversary of my mother’s death, and she will certainly never be forgotten. A direct reference to the former wife of Prince Charles, who had a special affection for forget-me-nots.

Prince Harry talks about his children during his tribute to Lady Diana

During his beautiful tribute to his mother, Prince Harry did not fail to mention his children, Archie (3 years) and Lilibet (1 year) as reported by Hello! Magazine. “I want this to be a day filled with memories of her amazing work and love. I want it to be a day where we share my mom’s spirit with my family, with my kids, who I would have loved to have her meet” he said. A way to show how much he misses the woman, who died at the age of 36.

Finally, Meghan Markle’s husband wanted to salute the work of Lady Diana “to support and destigmatize people living with AIDS”. A work that he continues today, especially in Botswana. “The country is on its way to becoming the first in Africa to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV,” he said. Before concluding his speech, Prince Harry finally declared very moved: “Every day, I hope to make her proud”. An unexpected tribute, but particularly touching for the man who has been away from the royal family for several years.


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Lady Diana’s death: Archie, Lilibet and forget-me-nots… her son Harry dedicates an unexpectedly moving speech to her

Thursday, August 25, 2022, Prince Harry made a point of paying a moving tribute to his mother, Lady Diana, almost 25 years after her death. He spoke at a charity polo match.

Prince Harry participated in a charity polo match on Thursday, August 25, 2022. If he was quickly criticized after traveling to Colorado on a private jet, the brother of Prince William won the tournament for a good cause. Indeed, his team won several million dollars for the Sentebale foundation. This foundation raises awareness and helps young people in southern Africa.

After his victory, Prince Harry paid a moving tribute to his mother, Lady Diana. Indeed, the 25th anniversary of her death will be celebrated on August 31, 2022. For the occasion, the one who was 13 years old at the time of her death said: “In Sesotho, the Basotho language, the word Sentebale means ‘do not forget me’. Next week is the 25th anniversary of my mother’s death, and she will certainly never be forgotten. A direct reference to the former wife of Prince Charles, who had a special affection for forget-me-nots.

Prince Harry talks about his children during his tribute to Lady Diana

During his beautiful tribute to his mother, Prince Harry did not fail to mention his children, Archie (3 years) and Lilibet (1 year) as reported by Hello! Magazine. “I want this to be a day filled with memories of her amazing work and love. I want it to be a day where we share my mom’s spirit with my family, with my kids, who I would have loved to have her meet” he said. A way to show how much he misses the woman, who died at the age of 36.

Finally, Meghan Markle’s husband wanted to salute the work of Lady Diana “to support and destigmatize people living with AIDS”. A work that he continues today, especially in Botswana. “The country is on its way to becoming the first in Africa to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV,” he said. Before concluding his speech, Prince Harry finally declared very moved: “Every day, I hope to make her proud”. An unexpected tribute, but particularly touching for the man who has been away from the royal family for several years.

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