“I was deceived”: the brother of Princess Diana remembers her funeral

“I was deceived”: the brother of Princess Diana remembers her funeral

If not “cheating”, princes William and Harry would not have to go behind the coffin of his mother, told Earl Spencer 20 years after the death of her sister, the British Princess Diana.

The brother of Diana, Princess of Wales Earl Spencer said that the British Royal court forced his nephews William and Harry to survive the horror of the funeral procession and lied to him that the princes themselves have expressed a desire to go behind the coffin of his mother.

Graf called the coercion of princes “strange and cruel”, and a half-hour funeral procession through Central London in front of a million mourners — “the most terrible moments of my life.”

On the eve of the 20th anniversary of the death of the Princess of Wales, her younger brother told bi-Bi-si, that “passionately opposed” to William and Harry walked behind the coffin, and I’m sure Diana would be against it.

“I was deceived, I was told that they volunteered. Of course, it was nothing,” Charles Edward Maurice Spencerpratt Princess Diana

“It was the worst part of the funeral, no doubt, to follow the coffin sisters side by side the broken-hearted boys”.

“It is impossible to forget that feeling, when the soul falls into a deep well of sadness, and you’re driving the devastating wave of grief. I still have nightmares”.

Prince Harry recently recalled the funeral and said that “no child should experience such”.

To conduct the Princess came over a million people. A corridor stretches from St James Palace to Westminster Abbey. People were screaming, pelted the coffin with flowers, shouting declarations of love and words of support to the Princess and her children, which only aggravated the suffering of walking behind the coffin.