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Revealed: The different ways Prince Harry and William’s children refer to Princess Diana

Princes William and Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, died 24 years ago, but her spirit lives on in their lives every day – perhaps even more so now that they are parents.

Last year, the Duke of Cambridge revealed that his three children, Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and three-year-old Prince Louis, send Princess Diana Mother’s Day cards.

“Every year on Mother’s Day, George, Charlotte, and Louis make cards for William in memory of their Granny, Diana,” the couple wrote alongside three adorable homemade cards made by the kids.


Princess Charlotte adorable card for Princess Diana (Photo: © Instagram)


Both George and Charlotte addressed their late grandmother as “Granny Diana” in the cards, and sweetly stated that they loved her “very much” and that “papa is missing you.”

Meanwhile, Prince Harry’s exclusive interview with Today’s Hoda Kotb aired on Wednesday, and it was during that candid conversation that Meghan Markle’s husband revealed that his children, Archie, three, and Lili, one, refer to Princess Diana as “Grandma Diana.”


The Cambridge kids refer to Diana as “Granny Diana” (Photo: © Instagram)


When asked if he tells his children, particularly Archie, about his mother’s death, Harry told Hoda: “Yes, absolutely. I don’t tell him everything that’s happened, but I do tell him that this is Grandma Diana and that we have a few photos up in the house.”

He also stated that he is constantly aware of her presence. “It’s been more so in the last two years than it’s ever been,” he said.

“It’s almost as if she’s finished with my brother and is now attempting to assist me. She helped him get set up, and now she’s assisting me. That’s how I’m feeling. He has his children, and I have mine.”


Prince Harry’s son Archie refers to Diana as “Granma Diana” (Photo: © Getty Images)


“She’s keeping an eye on us,” he added.

In Harry’s AppleTV+ docuseries The Me You Can’t See, released last year, the Duke revealed that one of Archie’s first words was “grandma,” and that a picture of Diana hangs in his nursery.

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“”And it was one of the first words he said — apart from’mama,’ ‘papa,’ and then ‘grandma,’ I have a photo of her in his nursery,” he continued. Diana, my grandmother.”

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