The 34 -year-old talked to the periodical about his family, his children, and the loss of his mother, Princess Diana. William is known for being reserved and has been opening hours more about his mother’s death since he and two brothers, Harry, took on the mental health initiative Heads Together.
Aug. 31 will observe the 20 th commemoration of the shocking death of Princess Diana. Prince William told GQ that despite the time that has passed, his mother’s death still isn’t an easy topic.
” I still find it difficult now because at the time it was so raw ,” William told GQ.” And also it is not like most people’s bereavement, because everyone else are all aware of it, everyone knows the legend, everyone knows her .”
Princess Diana was one of the world’s most public figure while she was alive and after her lamentable extinction in 1997, she became even more of a household name. The automobile disintegrate that killed Diana triggered international scheme speculations and investigations and left her two young sons to mourn in the public eye.
William examined how the surprise affected him in a BBC documentary promoting his Heads Together campaign in April.
” You never get over it, it’s such an unbelievably big moment in their own lives that it never leaves you ,” William told the BBC.” You just memorize to address it .”
A number of tributes are being scheduled for the anniversary of Diana’s death. The BBC is filming a drama inquiring the implications of the her coincidence on the public, Dateline NBC is running a two-hour special, and Kensington Palace is planning a memorial garden-variety that should be ready by the anniversary.
Despite all this, William says that what does him saddest is that his wife and children will never know his mother.
” I would love her to have met Catherine and get to see “their childrens” grow up ,” William told GQ.” It draws me lamentable that she won’t, that they will never know her .”
Prince William’s full interrogation will be out on June 1 for British GQ’s July issue.