The Princes who are known for their humble and friendly approach to public has shown again when Prince Harry comforted group of brave monthers who lost their sons in Afghanistan war.
Prine Harry who was just 12-year-old when Princess Diana died, presented group of eight moms known “Band of Mothers” with a Special Recognition Honor at The Sun’s Milies Awards.
Band of Mothers, first met as their sons’ bodies were repatriated to RAF Lyneham on July 14 and later set up the charity Afghan Heroes which supports bereaved families and frontline troops. Each of the eight men were killed in Afghanistan within 24 hours of each other during July.
Prince Harry said to brave Moms: “Your story is truly humbling. To show such immense courage in the face of tragedy is beyond words.”
Jane Whitehouse, one of the Band of Mothers, told how caring Harry’s humanity and humour reminded her so much of Princess Diana.
She said: “He was brilliant with me and I think it’s just the way the Royals are. He has got the same way with people that made his mother so famous.”
Prince Harry wrapped a comforting arm around her as he presented the award. Trembling with emotion, 54-year-old Jane said: “Prince Harry felt warm to me it was like touching my own son. The way he consoled me was incredible. It was like a mother’s love.”
Later talking about his own experience in Afghanistan, Prince said: “As far as what you are doing with this courage sending parcels to every single serviceman and woman in Afghanistan I can tell you first hand what a difference it makes. It’s not just what’s inside that counts it’s also the knowledge people are thinking of you back home.”