Prince Harry writes foreword to book for children who have lost parents to Covid

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Duke writes about his mother’s death in book for bereaved children as part of National Day of Reflection

The Duke of Sussex has reflected on the pain of his mother’s death in a foreword to a book for children of health workers who have died in the coronavirus pandemic.

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Prince Harry wrote that the death of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997 when he was 12 had left “a huge hole inside of me” but that it was eventually filled with “love and support”, according to the Times.

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