Prince William And Prince Harry Talk About Princess Diana’s Tragic Death In New Documentary

Prince William And Prince Harry Talk About Princess Diana's Tragic Death In New Documentary

Prince William and Prince Harry will appear in an upcoming BBC documentary about Diana’s tragic death. It has only been a rumor up until this point. The royal sons are willing to share their broken hearts – for all the world to see. They will appear in a special documentary to commemorate the life of their mother Diana.

The 90-minute documentary is set to premiere on BBC, reports Digital Spy. It will talk about the week leading up to the death of Diana, the Princess of Wales.

The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry are said to speak out about their mother’s death. The film will include two in-depth interviews from both her sons. They won’t make an appearance for just a few minutes. They will recall the moment they heard the news of their mother’s death to the funeral. The documentary will also talk about Diana’s life and what she means to her sons, as they preserve her memory, 20 years later.

Prince William And Prince Harry Talk About Princess Diana's Tragic Death In New Documentary

It’s not just about Prince William and Harry though. Others are said to speak out in the film, including her closest family members, friends, journalists, and political figures. Some of them are said to be speaking out for the first time since her death. The documentary has no title or premiere date yet. However, it’s directed by Henry Singer, who also made Baby P: The Untold Story and 9/11: The Falling Man.

Jenny Saunders and Jessica Ludgrove also co-produce the film. Meanwhile, Alison Kirkham and Clare Sillery of BBC will executive produce the film. This isn’t the first time that Prince William has spoken out about his mother. Earlier this week, his interview with GQ was published. He talked about the grief he experienced as part of the Heads Together campaign. He told the publication that he is “in a better place” to speak out about the impact that her death head on the world.

Prince William And Prince Harry Talk About Princess Diana's Tragic Death In New Documentary

Prince William admits that it took him 20 years to get there. He still finds its incredibly “difficult” to speak out on his mom’s tragic death. It still feels “raw” to him, as if it happened yesterday. He remarked that when other people talk about her, they act like they know her. But, only Prince William and Harry truly know their mom. And that’s why now is the best time for them to speak out and honor their mother.

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6 responses to “Prince William And Prince Harry Talk About Princess Diana’s Tragic Death In New Documentary”

  1. Bubbly says:

    Both of them, William and Harry, experienced something horrific. We get that! Now it’s time they got their own charisma, their own actions, and their own personal lives to define them.

    It’s really time for them to stop this profuse whining about the death of their mother. Now they only look like a couple of weak, pathetic adults who have no idea how to make something worthwhile with their lives unless they use someone’s death to boost their own image.

    Time to move on and, if at all, speak only of their late mother’s happy days and achievements. But I guess that wouldn’t bring enough oomph for their liking, would it?

    • Elizabeth Connell says:

      well said

    • Christian says:

      You certainly make a valid point. It may also be possible that this sharing of latent grief may be a PR move with which the general populace can relate in a time when monarchy seems to be such an anachronism.

    • Kevin Pham says:

      yes, with all do respect to that family
      i was just about to say everything you said
      ?????????????????????? but you did with flare
      and i must say thank you in advance
      hopefully this family will begin to accept their new transition in life and allow the dead to rest in peace and make a mark on this world that would do her death justice and respect for themselves and us all.

  2. royalwatcher says:

    They did speak quite a lot about her and more than a handful of times.

  3. Bubbly says:

    royalwatcher is right, Caroline. Whether they brought the subject on by themselves or not, almost every time they have spoken their mother’s untimely passing was mentioned.
    Perhaps you refer to a “couple of handfuls” in regards of actual documentaries only? I would agree with you on that.