On 30 August 1997, the prince Charles addressed a letter to Lady Diana. A letter that the princess of hearts, died the next day, there has finally never had the opportunity to read.
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The date of August 31, 1997 will forever remain etched in the hearts of the british people. While she resides in Paris, Lady Diana was killed in a car accident in the tunnel of the Alma bridge. An unexpected death for the family, beginning with prince Charles, who wrote him a letter on the eve of his disappearance, as reported our fellow-members of Gala. Despite their divorce, the former spouses continue to maintain cordial relations and do not hesitate to contact regularly to discuss the education of their two children.
If the prince William is a student fairly bright, his little brother Harry is in school failure. A situation that convinces his parents to make a redouble. But prince Charles ends up by doubting, and wants to share his hesitations to his former wife. Installed in his office at the castle of Balmoral, he addressed to him a letter. “My dear Diana“, he starts, before asking him if the repetition of the young Harry really is a good thing.
After handing her letter to her secretary, prince Charles is convinced that Lady Diana will call upon receipt of his mail. But this phone call will ultimately never take place. The next day, the heir to the british crown learned that the mother of his two children died, and flies away immediately to Paris to repatriate his remains. It is thus alone that he will have to learn to manage the education of her boys.
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