Prince William and Prince Harry paid tribute to their late mother Princess Diana during her 20th death anniversary. With this, the two recalled very strange moment which happened when the whole Britain was in grief due to the tragic death of the people's princess.
Business Insider reported that William and Harry together with Kate Middleton visited the memorial garden at the Kensington Palace last Wednesday to examine the tributes to their mother outside the gates. It can be recalled that20 years ago, just five days after their mother died last August 31, 1997, Harry and William looked on at the sea of flowers outside their former home.
In 1997, William and Harry were aged 15 and 12 respectively as they were applauded after arriving at the Kensington Palace together with their father, Prince Charles. In a BBC documentary titled "Diana, 7 Days", the two princes spoke movingly about their experience during the difficult times of their lives.
According to William and Harry, they experienced a very peculiar and weird moment but also very touching, the two added that they saw everybody was crying and that it seemed like everyone wanted to touch them. William further shared that it was like nothing one can really describe since it was very unusual.
Then Harry even added that people were just grabbing and pulling them into their arms and he did not blame anybody for that. The younger son of Diana went on to describe those moments as quite shocking. He could also recall people screaming and crying. He could even remember that the people's hands were wet because they just wiped away their tears from their face before shaking his hand.
Like what they did 20 years back, Mail Online reported that Harry and William greeted the members of the public and those who were there at that moment to commemorate Diana's 20th death anniversary. Like before, they were handed flowers and messages by well-wishers.
Lastly, William and Harry even recalled their memories of their walk around the Kensington Palace last 1997 and shared that it was all the way down referring to the sea of flowers outside the gates. Earlier, the two were joined by Princess Kate as they toured the memorial garden made for the late Princess Diana.