Friday, 23 Aug 2019

The secret letter made by Queen Elizabeth II after the death of Princess Diana


The young Lady Diana and Queen Elizabeth IIThe young Lady Diana and Queen Elizabeth II - The news of Lady Diana’s death, on August 31st 1997, caused the whole world to mourn. The people all over the world gave their condolence to the family of the Princess of Wales.

When the whole world mourned, Queen Elizabeth II did not even move from the Balmoral Castle in Scotland. She stayed there with her two grandsons, Prince William and Prince Harry. This caused many critics to be aimed at her. She was accused of withdrawing from the tragedy.

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However, six days after Diana’s death, the Queen secretly wrote a letter to her close friend, Lady Henriette Abel Smith. The letter shows the Queen’s hidden side as a caring grandmother to her grandsons.

“It was indeed dreadfully sad, and she is a huge loss to the country. But the public reaction to her death and the service in the Abbey seem to have united people round the world in a rather inspiring way. William and Harry have been so brave, and I am very proud of them. Emotions are still so mixed up, but we have all been through a very bad experience!” the Queen wrote.


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