In a rare moment for the royal, Prince William has opened up about the loss of his mother, Princess Diana.
Visiting the Child Bereavement UK centre in London, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge comforted children who has lost their parents by making memory jars in their honour.
William, 34, opened up to a nine-year-old girl who had recently lost her father.
“Do you know what happened to me? You know, I lost my mummy when I was very young too. I was 15, and my brother was 12,” he said. “Do you speak about your daddy? It’s very important to talk about it, very, very important.”
The royal also revealed that he was angry after his mother’s death.
“He told us how he felt angry when she died. He very specifically used that word anger, he felt angry about it,” a mother, Lorna, told reporters. “He also told us how important it was to talk about how we feel when we lose someone as he found it very difficult to talk about it.”