Prince Harry Says He Feels Bad About Not Being Able To Cry Over The Death Of His Mother, Princess Diana

Prince Harry was in a state of complete disbelief after learning about the death of his mother. He confessed to Anderson Cooper that he felt guilty for not being able to grieve over the memory of his mother, and he also revealed that he would watch movies to see if he could cry in an effort to overcome his inability to cry in response to the memories of his mother.

The Duke of Sussex stated that he wanted to cry and would think about the memory of Lady Diana and simply feel sad, but for some reason, his body blocked his tears from departing his eyes. He indicated that he would think about Lady Diana and simply feel sad.

During the interview for 60 Minutes, he said to Anderson Cooper that “there was this weight on my chest that I felt for so many years that I was never able to cry.” He felt it for so many years. “For so many years, I carried about with me what felt like a weight on my chest,” she said.

Even when he was forced to watch old videos of his mother, Prince Harry was unable to bring himself to shed a single tear for her.

“So, I was always trying to find a way to cry, but… even when I was sitting on my sofa and going over as many memories about my mother as I could draw up, I realized that I couldn’t bring myself to grieve about her,” she said. In addition to that, I would occasionally watch videos online using the internet. He went into more detail.

It was revealed by Prince Harry that when the funeral procession was taking place for her mother, he attempted to disguise his shock by smiling as he normally would. This was done when the funeral procession was taking place. On the other hand, this made him feel much more disturbed and guilty than he already had been feeling before. Prince Harry reflects on how the hands of the mourner felt wet and remember how he felt at the time.

I can still vividly remember the pang of guilt that came over me when I realized that the people William and I were meeting were displaying a wider range of emotions than we were, and possibly more emotions than we even felt ourselves. This realization brought me to the realization that the people William and I were meeting were displaying a greater range of emotions than we were.

There was a significant amount of crying that took place. I make a remark about how people’s hands were quite clammy and nobody seems to mind. And at first, I was extremely perplexed by that,’ he admitted, seeing the way that others were feeling in response to the situation.

Prince Harry Says He Feels Bad About Not Being Able To Cry Over The Death Of His Mother, Princess Diana
Prince Harry Says He Feels Bad About Not Being Able To Cry Over The Death Of His Mother, Princess Diana

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They had been using the palms of their hands to dab away their own tears, which is why their hands were wet. I do remember that one of the strangest features of it was when you would remove flowers from people and then arrange those flowers with the rest of the flowers. I found that to be one of the most bizarre aspects of it. That seemed to me to be somewhat peculiar.

As if I were some kind of go-between for them and the pain that they were experiencing. And that was something that stood out to me as particularly significant.’ He was able to recall the event, as he mentioned to Anderson Cooper before.

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