Prince Harry Misses His Mom

Between becoming a new parent with Meghan Markle, plus Mother’s Day just around the corner, Prince Harry has family on the brain. Particularly, his late mother Princess Diana – who, just like the rest of us, he misses very much.

During his trip to The Netherlands to mark the countdown to next year’s Invictus Games in The Hague, he chatted with former soldier and Netherlands Invictus team hopeful Dennis Van Der Stroon. Van Der Stroon tells People magazine that they bonded over becoming fathers... and missing their mothers. The birth of Harry’s son Archie has “given him a new focus and goal” in life, but becoming a parent brought his own late mother Princess Di to mind.

“He said missing a mother is like missing some kind of security, how you need that as a son and it falls away when you lose your mother,” Van Der Stroon recalls. “He meets a lot of people in his work who have lost relatives… when he hears their story, he doesn’t feel so alone.”

·ONE MORE THING! Princess Eugenie is the latest Royal to welcome baby Archie to the family. She’s taken to Instagram post a photo of the happy family, writing in the caption, “I’m just so happy for you!!”

·BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE! BBC has fired 5 Live host Danny Baker over a tweet he swears was just a “stupid gag.” It certainly didn’t come across that way... more like a jab at Meghan’s African-American heritage. In the tweet that since been deleted, he shared a photo of the Royal couple holding hands with a dressed-up chimpanzee, writing, “Royal baby leaves hospital.” BBC says that regardless of Baker taking back the tweet, the original post “goes against the values we as a station aim to embody.”

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