Prince William And Prince Harry Share Personal Family Photos Of Their Mother

Prince William And Prince Harry Share Personal Family Photos Of Their Mother

Harry, 32, tells the filmmakers the final chat is something he will regret all his life.

"Looking back at it now-it's incredibly hard".

"And then funnily enough, we got to the age when William would turn round and go, 'Oh, this is ridiculous, you know, I'm the older brother, why do I have to be dressed the same as him?' And I'm sort of sitting there going hang on a second, if you're going to dress differently I'm not going to be the only person dressed like this - this is just ridiculous", he said.

"And if I'd known that was the last time I was going to speak to my mother, the things I would have said to her..."

The documentary, Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy is broadcast on ITV on Monday at 9pm.

Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy airs Sunday, 30 July, at 7pm only on Channel 7.

None, however, is likely to be as significant as this one, because it has been made with weighty contributions from Prince William and Prince Harry. It also includes interviews with family friends who have never before spoken, and Sir Elton John also speaks about the late Princess of Wales and her work.

"Our mother was a total kid through and through". "When everybody says to me "so she was fun, give us an example" all I can hear is her laugh in my head".

Ever the joker, Prince Harry took the photo and said: "I just remember having the skinniest legs, and still do". Since the British royals were only 15 and 12 at the time of their mother's death, they had kept their grief to themselves.

Prince William also shared a story about when Diana surprised him with a meeting with his favorite supermodels.

"She organised when I came home from school to have Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell waiting at the top of the stairs", he recalled.

William says he talks constantly to his own children, George and Charlotte, about "Granny Diana" who, he says, would have "loved them to bits". "She'd be a nightmare grandmother, absolute nightmare", he quipped.

His brother added: "It was that love that - that even if she was on the other side of a room. that you, as a son, you could feel it". "One of her mottos to me was, you know, "you can be as naughty as you want, just don't get caught", Harry said. (It was) arguably probably a little bit too raw until this point.

Nick Kent, the film's executive producer, said he believed the document offered a glimpse of "the private Diana". Rather, they wanted to cover new ground and make a different type of film.