William has previously opened up about the struggles he faced after losing his mother at a young age.
In the BBC One documentary ‘Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health,’ the future king spoke about the traumatic events.
He said: “When you’ve been through something traumatic in life, that is, your dad not being around, my mother dying when I was younger, your emotions come back in leaps and bounds because it’s a very different phase of life, and there’s no one there to kind of help you.”
William further explained that not having his mother has made his own parenting feel “at times, overwhelming … Me and Catherine, we support each other, and we go through those moments together, and we evolve and learn together”.
William also pointed out how grief can resurface, even when you think you have processed it.
He said: “Emotionally, things come out of the blue that you don’t ever expect or that maybe you think you’ve dealt with.”
In a heartbreaking tribute on Mother’s Day earlier this year, William’s children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, also paid tribute to their “Granny Diana”.
Her seven-year-old brother George’s card said: “Dear Granny Diana, Happy, happy Mother’s Day. I love you very much and think of you always, Sending lots of love from George xxxxx.”
The Queen, who has had a difficult year herself after losing her husband Prince Philip, is also set to be heartbroken this weekend as XR protesters targeted Buckingham Palace earlier this week.
The activists filled a fountain outside the palace with fake blood.
The environment group scaled the landmark and held up placards reading “royal bloodbath” as they took their demonstration to the Queen’s residence.
A number of protesters also stood in the fountain at the Queen Victoria Memorial, which they covered in red paint in protest at animal hunting.
Extinction Rebellion protests are aiming to occupy parts of central London for two weeks.
The group’s chief aim this year is to demand the Government halts all new investment in fossil fuels.
Prince George’s tree at Highgrove has grown much taller than the little Royal expected – and is now even “higher” than a barn.
Prince Charles, 72, shared an insight into a hobby he and his grandson share.
The pair, along with Princess Charlotte, planted Balsam poplar trees in 2015.
The royal children have been measuring themselves against the trees often, the Prince of Wales told poet laureate Simon Armitage on BBC Radio 4.
“The fun is to get grandchildren to plant a tree now and then see so they can measure themselves, if you know what I mean, by the size of the tree,” Charles said.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK