Prince regrets not talking about mother’s death
Prince Harry, whose mother, Diana, died when he was only 12, said he regretted not opening up sooner about how her death had affected him. The British prince, now 31, was speaking at a barbecue he hosted at Kensington Palace in honour of a mental health charity. Guests included some of Britain’s top athletes, who also spoke about their personal struggles. “I really regret not ever talking about it,” the prince told Rio Ferdinand, a former England soccer captain whose wife died from cancer last year. The soccer player was reportedly asking the prince for advice on how he should talk to his three children about the loss of their mother.