Prince William revealed that when he became a father, it returned to him the painful feelings he felt after the death of his mother, Princess Diana, when he was 15 years old.
Prince William linked these feelings as one who becomes the father of children, remembers the difficult times he went through without one of his parents.
According to the BBC, the Duke of Cambridge, who has three children with his wife Catherine, said feelings of a “shocking” event could reappear when you became the father of children.
He told BBC documents about mental health that he had experienced difficult situations at times.
His mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, died in a car accident in Paris in 1997. Prince William, the father of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, said he and Catherine were supporting each other during these difficult times.
He was talking to former professional soccer player Marvin Sordel on a program that focused on the mental health of men and soccer. The former Bolton Wanderers striker, Sordel, described how feeling when he became a father was “the most difficult time of his life,” adding that he had suffered from his feelings and had difficulty with it because he did not grow up with his father.
“Having children is the biggest moment of change in life,” the Duke of Cambridge says, adding to the presenter of the program. Very quickly getting excited when you have children because it is a very different stage of life. “He continued:” And there is no one to help you somewhat, and I definitely found it very emotional. “