Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Prince William confesses he still misses his mom Princess Diana

Princess Diana passed on in 1997 after a ghastly motor accident in Paris but her sons still have fond memories of her and miss her dearly.

In an emotional encounter at a hospice in luton, Prince Willians consoled a young boy on the death of his mother telling him 'time makes it easier'. according to Mirror.

The boy, Ben delivered a heart felt poem of praise to his late mom,responding to it William told him how after 20years he still missed his mom dearly so he could feel the boy's pain and comforted him.

William ended by making Ben, his brothers Thomas and Richard and their father Gary promise that they were going keep talking to each other.

The visit to the Keech Hospice also saw the duchess make her own connection with the bereaved when she gave a hug to a six-year-old boy who lost his older brother two years ago.
“I love cuddles,” she said.

Mr Hines’s wife Alexandra died from cancer in June last year aged 40.
While his brothers Thomas and Richard, 24, spoke of the help the hospice had given them since their mother’s death, including counselling and music therapy, Ben – who is mildly autistic – spoke from the heart as he described how “lovely” his mother was and how upset he was by her death.

On Mother’s Day, he said, she would insist they have a Chinese meal for a treat, even though she could not eat it herself.

“I miss her so much,” he said.
Mr Hines, 48, a gardener from Luton, said: “I was getting all choked up towards the end when Ben was talking about his mum.”


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