The princess wants to change the monarchy and direct her two sons to achieve this goal.
Diana taught her for William and Harry when the princes were 4 and 2 years old. Photo: UK Press.
In an interview with Martin Bashir for the sheet Panorama In 1995, Diana shared how to teach Prince William and Harry to ask whether the monarchy needed change to survive.
"I understand that change is frightening for everyone, especially if they don't know where to go," Diana said, "people always feel good to stand in place. I think there are some things that can change, which will reduce doubts and sometimes outlines the intricate relationship between the monarchy and the public, moving forward "
When Bashir asked Diana what to do to change the monarchy, the princess revealed how she had raised her children.
"Yes, for example, with William and Harry, I want them to participate in projects involving homeless people or those who die of AIDS – even though I told them they had cancer. I took my child to all areas where I was sure there were no children at this age to come. "
Prince Harry followed his mother in the Halo Trust project to help eliminate the remnants of war in Africa. Photo: UK Press.
"They have knowledge – which they might never use – but it will be like seeds and I hope it will grow because knowledge is power," Diana added.
Bashir continued, "What kind of experience do you expect to help your child – and how will that experience affect them?"
"I want them to understand people's feelings, human insecurities, hopes and dreams," Diana said.
Prince Harry hugged a woman on the Sydney dock during a 16-day tour in four Oceania countries in mid-October. Daily Mirror.
During his trip last month in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, Prince Harry was praised for his behavior on several occasions. While climbing the Sydney Harbor Bridge, the aides advised Harry to stop the conversation with a woman but the 34-year-old prince refused.
The Duke of Sussex spent 10 minutes chatting with Gwen Cherne, whose husband committed suicide last year. When Prince's staff tried to drag him away, Harry replied, "I speak and I will not leave at this time."
The Duke of Sussex also regularly visits Lesotho in Africa. The Prince has created a special relationship with the community and philanthropic activities here.
Prince William conversed with a homeless person in London. Photo: UK Press.
Prince William was also praised for his kindness and warmth to the public. The 36-year-old prince has a way of communicating with people as if they were friends.
The Duke of Cambridge once entertained a teenager who was bullied for dancing. "George also likes to dance, his mother always dances, he likes to dance, and if it's your favorite thing, you just do it, don't let the opinions of others work for you. Excited," William said.