Prince Harry says he sees Princess Diana in his wife Meghan Markle’s kids. This remark came during a virtual ceremony for the Diana Award.
Prince Harry had made an appearance at the recently concluded Diana Award. The virtual ceremony honors young people between the ages of nine and 25 for sparing no effort to improve other people’s lives.
To recap, the Diana Award was established back in 1999 in Princess Diana’s memory, as per an Elle report. In his speech, Harry touched on his mother’s legacy. The ceremony took place on what would’ve been her 61st birthday.
Harry began by saying that he thinks daily about the mark she left” on everyone around her. “I see her legacy in all of you,” Harry explained.
Prince Harry Says He Sees His Mother’s Legacy In Diana Award
“I see her legacy in a Diana Award community that spans multiple generations. He added, “I see her legacy every time I meet with families, young people, and children from all corners of the world. And, I see my mum’s legacy when I look at my own children every day.”
Further, Harry stated that Diana thought him to strive for a “better world.” Also, he admitted that he understands her better after having kids.
Harry shares two children with Meghan Markle. The couple shares a son Archie, 3, and a 1-year-old daughter Lilibet. Their daughter is named after her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
“Now, as a husband and a parent, my mother’s voice is even stronger in my life,” he added. All of you have helped keep her voice alive by showing the world how each small action counts, how kindness is still valued, and how our world can be better if we choose to make it so.”
Towards the end of the speech, Harry said, “I know the memory I hold of my mum will never fade, because I see her spirit in each of you. So, thank you for keeping her fire alive.”
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