Memories of Lady Di's death are ubiquitous – especially for son Harry. Now Royal talks about the worst time of his life and explains why he can't stop it.
"Everything I do is reminiscent of them." Prince Harry is open like never before and now speaks in front of a camera about his mother, Princess Diana, who died in 1997. As part of the South African trip, which he had begun in late September with Duchess Meghan and the then four-month-old son Archie, a documentary film that shows Royal from a site usually denied to the public.
The Duke of Sussex traveled not only to South Africa but also to Botswana, Angola and Malawi. He wanted to end what his mother had once begun. Together with a charity he pushed forward with the fight against landmines in Angola. "It was quite emotional to follow my mom's footsteps 22 years later," he said of the moving project.
"It brings me back to it immediately"
Prince Harry is still not worried about Lady Di & # 39; s tragic death time. He was only twelve years old when she died after a car accident in Paris. The one-hour documentation makes this clear. In it, the 35-year-old talks about a still "shaking wound". "Every time I see a camera or its flash, every time I hear a click, it immediately takes me back there," Royals said.
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To escape this feeling is not possible for him. By being part of the royal family, "with the role, the job and the pressure that comes with it," says Prince Harry, "unfortunately he reminds of the bad things."
The film project was carried out by journalist Tom Bradby (52). He accompanied the royal family on their African journey and can say according to "The Sun": In the short time he has not only realized what luck the royal status can mean, but also what pressure and what pain. He also added to Prince Harry, "His big fear is that his wife is under the same pressure as his mother."
The documentary "Harry and Meghan: An African Journey" will be on October 20 at 21 (Local Time) broadcast by the British TV network ITV.