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Were these Princess Diana’s plans for Prince William and Harry?

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Princess Diana’s plans for her children Prince William and Prince Harry were found on her desk on the day of her untimely death in a car crash, Mirror reported. According to the plans, Princess Diana had considered moving to North America after her divorce from then Prince Charles. She was also in the process of purchasing a home in Malibu, California, US, the report said.

For William and Harry, Princess Diana wanted to take several weeks each year aiming to expose them to a different culture, the report said.

Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, had also confirmed her plans in November 2019.

“Diana was also deciding to spend some of her time in America. In fact, the day she died, on her desk were plans of a home in Malibu in California, which she was in the process of purchasing,” Paul Burrell said.

“She was going to take William and Harry for three, four weeks every year to America to give them a different culture, to give them a different insight into life,” Paul Burrell added.

For William and Harry, Princess Diana wanted to take several weeks each year aiming to expose them to a different culture, the report said.

Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, had also confirmed her plans in November 2019.

“Diana was also deciding to spend some of her time in America. In fact, the day she died, on her desk were plans of a home in Malibu in California, which she was in the process of purchasing,” Paul Burrell said.

“She was going to take William and Harry for three, four weeks every year to America to give them a different culture, to give them a different insight into life,” Paul Burrell added.

Were these Princess Diana’s plans for Prince William and Harry?

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