Tuesday, 26 Sep 2023

Princess Diana’s sweet moment with Harry and William resurfaces in viral clip

An adorable comment made by Princess Diana about her young sons Prince Harry and Prince William has re-emerged in a viral video.

The late Princess of Wales made the cheeky comment about the Royal brothers while on one of her many humanitarian visits – just weeks before her tragic death on August 31, 1997.

Diana was known for her extensive charitable work, including those connected with her international campaign to eliminate the manufacture and deployment of anti-personnel landmines.

In January 1997, she visited Angola and was famously photographed walking through a live minefield. The princess then visited Bosnia from August 8-10.

Footage of her visit to two young landmine victims during that tour has been uploaded by TikTok by user “remembering.diana” and has amassed a huge 400,000 views in the past three days.

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Diana is seen speaking through an interpreter while being told the youngsters’ parents were “very happy to hear that you have beautiful sons as well.”

The princess jokingly replied in reference to Prince William, then 15, and his brother Harry: “They keep me on my toes! They’re quite naughty.”

The famous clip has gone viral on TikTok and has seen several people comment and praise the princess.

One user wrote: “RIP People’s Princess,” referring to the moniker given to her by then-British Prime Minister Tony Blair after her untimely death.

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Another person wrote in reply to the video: “That unmistakable and iconic voice,” while a third person commented: “Beautiful lady.”

Diana tragically died in a car crash in Paris in August 1997 and had planned to continue her work with a visit to Cambodia and Vietnam in October of that year.

Prince Harry took up his mother’s work with landmines. In his January 2023 memoir Spare, he said taking up her cause made him feel closer to her.

In 2013, the Duke of Sussex visited minefields in Angola. Later writing about this in his book, he lovingly said: “This had been Mummy’s most passionate cause at the end. (She’d gone to Bosnia three weeks before she’d gone to Paris in August 1997.)

“Many could still remember her walking alone into a live minefield, detonating a mine via remote control, announcing bravely: One down, 17 million to go.

“Her vision of a world rid of land #mines seemed within reach back then. Now the world was going backwards.”

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