Royal author Andrew Morton revealed via Princess Diana's biography that her eldest son Prince William wanted to become a policeman to protect his mom.
Nothing competes with a mother's invaluable love for her kids—well, except it is duly reciprocated by the loved children, then, there may be a chance on the competition scale for both mother and child love.
Princess Diana's affection towards her children, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, was known to all. She took pride in talking about them.
It has been more than two decades since she passed away, and the world cannot easily forget the few adorable comments she made about her firstborn, Prince William.
In her biography "Diana: Her True Story," crafted by royal author Andrew Morton, the mother of two, mentioned that Prince William cared so deeply for her that he talked about joining the Police Force to give her his assured protection.
The same book reflected on how selfless the blue-blood was as a child. Princess Diana explained that he did not mind any inconveniences when it came down to sharing.
According to the book, being kind-hearted was a common trait shared between mother and son. Even in her absence, her sons uphold values learned from their mom.
Undoubtedly, Prince Harry learned remarkable lessons before and after his mom's car accident death in 1997.
They sweetly describe her influences on them via interviews, mental health campaigns, and a documentary commissioned in 2017 to mark the 20th anniversary of the deceased.
Undoubtedly, Prince Harry learned remarkable lessons before and after his mom's car accident death in 1997—she was fleeing from paparazzi, which led to a car crash.
Last year, he decided to exit the royal family with his wife Meghan Markle and their son, Archibald. They mentioned shuffling homes between the UK and America.
Experts believe that Prince Harry's decision to no longer be a senior royal is because he is trying to shield his family from the media's eagle eyes that had a hand in his mother's fate.
Sources also say that dropping the bombshell of their exit a few days into the year was very calculated and planned. It would not be difficult to agree to this as the Duke of Sussex openly declared that protecting his wife and son is a top priority.
They are currently settled in the US, and whether they are under public scrutiny as public figures, the couple has maintained their cool and are living the happily-ever-after life.