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Prince Charles embraces Princess Diana’s legacy as lead strategy influenced by former wife




PRINCE Charles intends to open private palaces for the public in a move inspired by Princess Diana, a royal expert claimed. Princess Diana’s death influenced Prince Charles, who has increasingly opened up to his sons and the British public since her tragic death in 1997. Lady Julie Montagu claimed the Prince of Wales and his late former wife had a very “strong” co-parenting relationship before her death for their sons’ growth. Prince Harry and Prince William are quite “balanced” due to Prince Charles evolved fatherly affection who really “stepped up” when they needed him the most.



The List said: “As Diana’s ex-husband and the father of her children, Charles found himself thrust into unfamiliar and unexpected territory. In a move that surprised some, Charles flew to Paris and brought Diana’s body back home to England himself.



“Over 20 years later, Charles still seems to be impacted by his ex-wife. In May 2021, it was reported that Charles intends to turn the private homes of the members of the royal family into publicly accessible spaces. As a source told The Sunday Times: “The prince wants to bring people in to connect with the institution. He recognizes it needs to keep evolving.



“Despite the fact that their marriage ended in separation, allegations of infidelity, and ultimately divorce, many sources have noted that Prince Charles and Princess Diana were able to co-parent their sons quite well.



Expert Emma Cooper told Us Weekly that when it came to co-parenting, the exes just made it work: “Charles and Diana had no problems bringing up their children together, whether they were together or apart, and you can see in the sort of deep love that their sons have for both of them.”


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Ms Cooper also noted that Harry and William are both quite “balanced,” which sheds light on the kind of parenting they received from each parent. By putting their sons first, Diana was able to have a strong co-parenting relationship with her ex-husband for the brief period between their divorce and her death.



She added: “As tragic as Diana’s passing was, it also seems that the event forced Charles into a parenting role he might have left to her otherwise.”Julie Montagu, a royal expert explained in “The Queen and Prince Charles: Mother and Son” how Charles had to learn to be a dad in a new way.



She said: “He really stepped up in that parenting role when he needed to.” Prince Charles became more affectionate who “protected” his children and also tried to fill the void caused by Diana’s sudden death. Prince Harry himself praised his father in the past for his stepping up after Diana’s death.



He said: “One of the hardest things for a parent to have to do is to tell your children that your other parent has died. How you deal with that, I don’t know. “[Our dad] was there for us—he was the one out of two left, and he tried to do his best and to make sure that we were protected and looked after, but he was going through the same grieving process as well.”



Prince Charles who grew closer to Camilla Parker-Bowles waited for his sons’ wish to introduce her to them. Royal author Penny Junor said: “Charles was always sensitive about William and Harry’s feelings regarding Camilla. “It was never going to be easy, but the boys dictated the pace and soon realized that Camilla made their father enormously happy, and that his happiness was more important than anything else.”

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