Prince Harry had to deal with the grief of losing his mother at a young age, and this is a loss he continues to experience every day. In the ITV's special documentation of Prince Harry and Megan Markle's recent royal tour, he shared the devastating pain he was experiencing, calling it "a wound that rages."
Prince Harry has a constant reminder of his mother
In the documentary on ITV Harry and Megan: An African Journey Prince Harry opens up about how constant media attention he is against , is a painful reminder of his mother, Princess Diana.
Harry told Tom Bradby's ITV News on Ten Anchor
cameras and spotlights is "the worst reminder of her life unlike this
When asked, "Do you feel somehow at peace or so
still something like a wound that rot? ", Prince Harry's response was heartbreaking.
He shared, "I think it is probably a wound that pus. I think that
to be a part of this family, in this role, in this work, every time I saw a
camera, every time I hear a click, every time I see it flash
takes me right back, so in this respect it is the worst reminder of her life
unlike the best. "
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] The visit to Africa was personal for Prince Harry, as he followed in his mother's footsteps 22 years after her death.
He explained: "To be here now, 22 years later, is the attempt to finish what he began. will be incredibly emotional. But everything I do reminds me of her. But as I said, the role, the work, and the kind of pressure that comes with it, unfortunately, reminds me of the bad things. "
While visiting a street in Angola, which was once a minefield that Princess Diana visited, Prince Harry shared," Emotionally following my mother's footsteps down that street for 22 years. Being here on this transformed and busy street … shows the enormous impact that mining is having on communities and their future. "
He added:" There are still more than 1,000 minefields in this
a beautiful country that remains to be cleared. I'm almost sure she would have
Prince Harry had an emotional visit.
Charity Organization for Mining. Halo Trust Executive Director James Cowan, who was responsible for organizing Prince Harry's visit to the same area his mother used to visit in Angola, noted that Harry was "Strongly Affected" during the visit. He shared, "It was obviously an emotional visit for Prince Harry to follow in his mother's footsteps and see her Huambo legacy firsthand."
He added: "This visit was of great importance to him. He was
greatly affected by the transformation in Huambo and is incredibly passionate
to honor the work his mother started.
Cowan added, "I know Prince Harry a little bit of our time
in the military and I'm happy to work with him in Halo. He is funny,
he has charisma and he also has a great sense of what really matters
this world. I think it's a very wonderful combination. ”