‘Granny Diana’s’ hurtful Mother’s Day remarks against Prince William were made by Princess Charlotte

It’s safe to assume that Prince William and Kate Middleton are working hard to get ready for King Charles and Camilla’s coronation, just like the rest of the Royal Family. Their three children, Prince George, Prince Charlotte, and Prince Louis, will be present when the couple follows the procession to Westminster Abbey.

Given their ages, Charlotte and Louis can be anticipated to be cast in a supporting part at the coronation, while George is likely to receive a more prominent position.

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However, Charlotte may wear a crown of some sort for the first time at the coronation, which would actually be against royal protocol. This could be a historic moment for Charlotte.

Despite the gravity of their royal responsibilities, William, Kate, and their kids are all lovely individuals who never hesitate to have a good time. They both have no problem displaying their more vulnerable, human sides.

The way Charlotte and her siblings once remembered to honour their late grandmother, Princess Diana, on Mother’s Day, may have been the best example of this ever.

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Less than two months remain until King Charles’ coronation. It will occur on May 6 and be observed by the British public all around the country.

The royals will make their way in procession to Westminster Abbey for a customary liturgy that will include a holy oil anointing. The coronation will include participation from both the adult royals and the royal youngsters.

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Innumerable royal weddings, liturgies, coronations, and funerals have taken place in the Abbey throughout the years; Charles and Camilla, the Queen Consort, won’t be going there by themselves.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not participate in that exact phase of the coronation because it is only for senior members of the Royal Family, even if they are in the UK for the event.

William and Kate used the occasion to share some lovely Mother’s Day cards that their kids had made in the past. Princess Charlotte and her brothers opted to honour not just their mother but also Princess Diana, who was William’s late mother and grandmother.

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Charlotte wrote in her card, “Dear Granny Diana, I am thinking of you on Mother’s Day.” “You have my undying love. You are missed by Papa. Many thanks, Charlotte.

George then wrote: “Dear Grandma Diana, Happy Mother’s Day, everyone. I send you a lot of love from George and think about you all the time since I love you very much.

When he was just two years old, Prince Louis made a cart with a heart and several creatures that had been adhered to the cart.


Princess Diana will always play a significant role in both the public’s and the royals’ lives.

Prince William talked openly about his mother’s death and his recollections of her in 2017. He also talked about how he taught his kids about their deceased grandmother.

We now have more pictures of her up throughout the house, and we occasionally discuss her. In a 2017 BBC documentary, he said, “It’s challenging because, obviously, [Kate] didn’t know her, so she can’t really provide that level of detail.


It is crucial that George and Charlotte understand who she was and that she existed, William continued. “So, I do regularly, putting George or Charlotte to bed, talk about her and just try and remind them that there are two grandmothers, there were two grandmothers in their lives.

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