Duke of Cambridge emerged from Kensington Palace on Monday night to
say thank you to those gathered to remember his mother who was born
on July 1, 1961, the Daily Mail
“William told me he knew we’d been coming
here for years and thanked us for what we were doing for his
mother,” John Loughrey, a 59-year-old admirer, told the outlet. “I
think I’m still shaking now. I feel very emotional.”
Loughrey said that after shaking William’s
hand, he asked the prince about the forthcoming Diana memorial that
will stand at Kensington Palace.
“Soon, very soon,” the prince said. “We
just want to make sure it is right. It’s important to get it
the past few years, Princes Harry and William have become more
candid about dealing with grief in the wake of their mother’s
unexpected death from a car crash in Paris in 1997.