Diana, Princess of Wales, was well known for her fund-raising work for international charities. From 1989, she was the president of the Great Ormond Street Hospital for children, as well as dozens of other charities. She was well known for being a devoted and doting mother to her two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. Although she made charitable contributions throughout the world, she always negotiated her public duties around her children, making sure they were always a priority.
Prince Harry has reassured two children that the pain they feel after their mother's death "will get better" after she was hit by a cyclist and killed in east London. He consoled 11-year-old Emily and 13-year-old Isaac Briggs after meeting them during half time of the Army v Navy rugby clash at Twickenham. Their mother Kim, a 44-year-old HR consultant, had been on a lunch break when she was hit by a cyclist in Old Street, east London, on February 12 last year.
This morning Prince Harry visited The Sharks rugby club at Kings Park Park Stadium as part of his Tour in South Africa; there he was given two t-shirts, one for himself and one for Prince George. He later visited Durban beach to meet with Surfers Not Street Children participants. | 1st December 2015