King Charles Sincerely Regrets This Decision Involving His Two Sons, According to Royal Biographer
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One of the hardest parts of being a parent is knowing that you're going to make mistakes, and that's true even when you're a member of the royal family. In his new biography, The King: The Life of Charles III, author Christopher Andersen wrote about a moment when he thinks King Charles III wished he could go back and change.
Us Weekly received an exclusive interview with the royal biographer, and in their conversation, Andersen said he believes the monarch genuinely regrets that his two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, are litigating behind Princess Diana's coffin during her funeral. "I think it's haunting him because it's haunting them, and they've talked about it," Andersen said.
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Anderson added, "I wrote that I believe it's a form of PTSD."
While researching his biography, Anderson discovered that Prince Harry still gets nervous about flying to London, and it could be because of the memories of the day.
He noted that Prince Harry said being in London "reminds him of that day when he had to go behind the coffin and they were more or less pushed into it by the palace - by the gray men who really run the palace." the people Diana used to complain about.”
Andersen added, "Diana's brother, [Charles] ... has also said he felt he was tricked into doing it and regretted it. He said it was like walking through a tunnel of grief."
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At the time of her mother's death, Prince William was only 15 years old, while Prince Harry was only 12. And while that moment was tragic enough for the two young royals, they also had to take their grief very publicly.
"I think both William and Harry were like, 'Who are these strangers they've never met?'" Anderson posited. "So they were angry about what had happened. And Charles, I think, understands that to some extent he was responsible for them having to go through [that].”
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However, since that tragic time, the two royals have had many years to process their grief and have been very open about their experiences.
Then last summer, the brothers got to honor the memory of Princess Diana when they attended the unveiling of a statue in Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden. In a statement from both, they wrote: "Today, on our mother's 60th birthday, we remember her love, strength and character - traits that made her a force for good around the world and countless lives for the better have changed. We wish every day that she was still with us and we hope that this statue will forever be seen as a symbol of her life and legacy.”
We think Princess Diana would be proud.
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Diana, Princess of Wales
member of the British royal family; first wife of Prince Charles (1961–1997)
Charles, Prince of Wales
King of the United Kingdom since 2022
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex
Duke of Sussex
William, Prince of Wales
Elder son and heir to Charles III of the United Kingdom
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