Here’s The Devastating Question Prince Harry Asked Right After His Mom’s Tragic Death

Princess Diana was one of the most popular members of British royalty in recent memory. And now that it has been years since she died in the tragic car crash, Prince William and Prince Harry are coming forward to speak about how their mother’s death affected them. And although Queen Elizabeth II allegedly told her grandsons to stop “soul-baring,” they are coming forward to open their souls up to the masses and reveal the tragedy their family had to go through after Princess Diana died trying to escape the paparazzi.

A documentary was released on Channel 5 titled, “Diana: 7 Days That Shook The Windsors.” And in that program, Prince Harry and Prince William reveal the depths of the tragedy as it tore about their lives.

Prince Harry was just 12 years old when his mother died. And he could not understand what had happened. It was just so horrible and her death so violent, he couldn’t figure out if she really was gone. Not only that, but life kept moving forward for Prince Harry and Prince William. Their father and grandmother wanted them to hold onto normalcy, even sending them to church just a few hours after Diana was killed.

Prince Harry didn’t even know if the unthinkable was true. He had to ask his father for confirmation because life just seemed to be moving forward as normal although his mother had died. It was handled tragically.

“Prince Harry actually asked his father, ‘Is it true that Mummy’s dead?’” biographer Tina Brown discloses in the program. Prince Harry was confused because although they were at the church service, the late Princess of Wales wasn’t even mentioned. Rumor has it that Queen Elizabeth did not want to upset her grandsons so she made sure Princess Diana’s death was not mentioned in their presence. But the public saw this as just another example of her “cold detachment” that Princess Diana had to deal with while part of the royal family.

The fact that her death was not mentioned at Crathie Kirk church, proved that the Queen was just trying to protect her grandsons. But it was probably the wrong move. It only incited more confusion and tragedy. The truth could have been better.

Ingrid Seward, who works as royal biographer, captured the public reaction perfectly. “The first thing we saw of the boys was when they were going to church for Sunday service. And people were saying, ‘How could they? These boys have just lost their mother.’ It was almost like the tug of war, you know, ‘she’s ours, she’s ours’.”

The fact that Diana was not mentioned at the Sunday service also shocked Daily Mail reporter Richard Kay at the time. “A lot of people found it extraordinary that at that time, no mention was made of her passing,” he said. “That, I think, did ring a bell all over the country. The Royal Family did not want the focus to be so on Charles Spencer walking behind the coffin. They thought that would, that wouldn’t be right, that somehow it would set the Spencers apart from the Royal family.”

Princess Diana was one of the most popular members of British royalty in recent memory. And now that it has been years since she died in the tragic car crash, Prince William and Prince Harry are coming forward to speak about how their mother’s death affected them. And although Queen Elizabeth II allegedly told her grandsons to stop “soul-baring,” they are coming forward to open their souls up to the masses and reveal the tragedy their family had to go through after Princess Diana died trying to escape the paparazzi.

A documentary was released on Channel 5 titled, “Diana: 7 Days That Shook The Windsors.” And in that program, Prince Harry and Prince William reveal the depths of the tragedy as it tore about their lives.

Prince Harry was just 12 years old when his mother died. And he could not understand what had happened. It was just so horrible and her death so violent, he couldn’t figure out if she really was gone. Not only that, but life kept moving forward for Prince Harry and Prince William. Their father and grandmother wanted them to hold onto normalcy, even sending them to church just a few hours after Diana was killed.

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