Apologies for any kind of quote or acknowledgement to the Daily Mail however I did see an article about Princes Harry and William. Acknowledging their last interaction with their mother and now, in retrospect, they would have said things differently. As it would be their ever interaction with their mother 😦
Isn’t that just the saddest thing. We all look back on interactions we would have and have had with loved ones. Things we would have said, wished we had said, had we known that was going to be our last interaction.
I feel for these boys/men. By age they are absolutely men, by situation, it takes them back to their child state of who they where when they lost their mother. Most of us get to deal with and acknowledge out grief privately, not so for these lads. Scrutinized by the press and public, mostly (that I have read) favorably, but still how private is sorrow/grief to us, general you and me *us* and how we struggle. Harry and William are human beings and still everything will be scrutinized in the press and reported. Yes they may have agreed to an interview but still, I just think God, imagine trying to deal with your own personal grief and then have hundreds, thousands maybe even millions commenting on it. You are doing it wrong, doing it right, this is ok but this isn’t!
Just my two bobs worth. I know many celebs embrace the “life” and their children/siblings automatically get pulled in. I just think, when it comes to grief, there is nothing more private and yet it is out there for all to see, comment on, speculate and even judge. Like you *generalised you* don’t have enough to deal with!