Prince Harry Recalls Shaking Mourners’ Wet Hands After Diana’s Death

Prince Harry Recalls Shaking Mourners' Wet Hands After Diana's Death

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In a brand-new interview, Prince Harry remembers the psychological days following the death of his mom, Princess Diana, and how he followed his royal tasks after her death.

Speaking to the U.K.’s ITV for a sit-down set to airJan 8– 2 days prior to the release of his questionable tell-all narrative Spare, the previous senior royal remembered how he, at age 12, and bro Prince William, then 15, joined their papa, now-King Charles III, in welcoming mourners and seeing flower homages around Kensington Palace in honor of the late Princess of Wales not long after she was eliminated at age 36 in an auto accident in Paris onAug 31, 1997.

“I cried once, at the burial. I go into detail about how strange it was and how, actually, there was some guilt that I felt, and I think William felt as well, by walking around the outside of Kensington Palace,” Harry informed ITV’s Tom Bradby “And there are 50,000 bouquets to our mother. And there we were, shaking people’s hands, smiling. I’ve seen the videos. I look back over it all. The wet hands that we were shaking—I couldn’t understand why their hands were wet.”

Harry then discussed, “It was all the tears that they were wiping away.”