Princes William and Harry have given their first U.S. tv interview to publicise the 1st July Wembley stadium concert they have organised in their mother’s memory. In the interview with NBC news reporter Matt Lauer, the Princes stated that their biggest ambition is to continue Princess Diana’s legacy. Harry who is normally shy and retiring, did most of the talking during the interview, stating that the past 10 years since their mother’s death had gone by really slowly for both him and William. William stated that the pain of Diana’s death has never gone away for either of them. The Princes also gave a warning to any prospective partners. When they were asked if their positions as second and third in line to the throne make it difficult to form relationships, William replied that they both came with “a lot of baggage!”
Both boys are certainly a chip off the old block. Diana would be very proud of both of them. The boys are a credit to the Royal family. They should be grateful that Diana was their mother and instilled such great values and lessons into both of them. The interview is due to be broadcast in the States next week but eager viewers can see a preview on Today Show which will be released this Friday.