The British royal family charges for Christmas with its famous traditions, such as Christmas cards and adorable Christmas trees, before celebrating the actual Christmas Eve in Sandringham.
Despite royal traditions and formalities, the deceased was Princess Diana Some special rules at Christmas.
beloved princess who passed away When the sons were aged 12 and 15, he feared that the royal upbringing of Prince Harry and Prince Williams would spoil them, without realizing their privilege.
mingling with employees
Ken Wharf, the former bodyguard of Princess Diana and Prince Charles, says the move should have been strict Christmas rules, which young princes had to follow. OK! magazine.
– She was very insistent that her children talk to all the staff. Wharf says Diana often said that all the employees were part of a larger family.
Therefore, the princess and the boys were often seen walking around the place where the royal crew lived. Especially in the kitchen, according to Wharfe.
In the documentary “Diana Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy”The youngest of the men, Prince Harry, said the mother was a mischievous father who encouraged her son to be himself.
One of her slogans was “You can be as naughty as you want, as long as you don’t get caught,” says the 37-year-old.
Wharf says the then little prince took his mother at his word. He says Harry liked to play hide and seek, and the castle searched for the best hiding places.
– He would often ask the housekeeper if it was a closet where no one knew where he could hide, recalls the bodyguard.
Give Christmas gifts to princes
But getting to know the castle staff was not enough for the popular princess. Its rules have also gone beyond Christmas gifts for boys.
– Diana was very careful to make sure they weren’t overwhelmed with gifts. Wharf explained that the gifts appeared from unknown sources, and were often returned or donated to charities because they were not needed.
“naughty and loving”
They separated in 1996. It is said that one of the reasons that led to the divorce was the current wife of Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles (74).
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