How Prince William Reminds His Children of The Late Princess Diana
Prince William recently talked about how he reminds his children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, of his late mother Princess Diana. It is difficult, but important to him that his children know they have two grandmothers.
In the 2017 TV documentary Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy, Prince William (36) and Prince Harry (34) openly talk about their mother Princess Diana (†36) and their relationship with her. William also discusses how he tells his older children, Prince George (5) and Princess Charlotte (4) about her.
Prince William talks to his children about "Grandma Diana"
The Prince says that he and his wife, Duchess Catherine (37), have many photos of Diana in their house. When he tucks in George and Charlotte at night, he regularly tells them about his mother, who died in 1997.
For Duchess Catherine this is not possible, of course, as she has never met Diana. But Prince William frequently reminds George and Charlotte that they have two grandmothers. “I just try and remind them that there are two grandmothers their lives, and so it's important that they know who she was and that she existed”, the 36-year-old told “Hello!”.