Prince Harry has revealed that he is planning to create a tribute to his late mother, Princess Diana, that will ‘last forever’ and be unveiled next August, which will mark 20 years since her untimely death.
Speaking at the Invictus Games in Flordia, USA, the caring and compassionate royal told Hello! magazine that he felt that there weren’t, “enough” memorials to her, “on the right scale”, and he’d like to do something that will celebrate his mother’s work and life.
The 31-year-old royal confessed that he and his brother Prince William still think about their beloved mother, “every single day” and so they, “want to make sure that there’s something that she’s remembered by”.
It has been almost two decades since the terrible news that Princess Diana had been killed in a fatal car crash in Paris shocked the world. However, almost 20 years after her untimely death, her legacy still lives on, greatly supported by her two sons who carry on many of her charitable legacies.
Talking about his idea to create a permanent tribute to his mother, Prince Harry revealed his ideas so far, “something needs to be put in stone or in place as a memory. Every single day we still think about her, so it would be very fitting on the 20th anniversary [of Diana’s death] to have something that is going to last forever and is a proper recognition of what she did when she was alive.”
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