"My mother had just died and I had to walk a long way behind her coffin surrounded by thousands of people watching me while millions more did on television", Harry told Newsweek magazine in an interview published last month.
"Diana: In Her Own Words" will air on the National Geographic Channel this coming August 14 and it is said to be about her troubled marriage with Prince Charles. "It was lovely at the same time, and it was fantastic now looking back at it", Harry added.
Wharfe also describes the cringe-worthy "kiss that missed" episode during that trip, when Diana "intentionally humiliated" Charles by turning her face away as he kissed her.
"There was a stunned pause (and a few bemused glances from Embassy dignitaries), until the silence was broken by Diana, who said, 'Oh, that must be for me, ' and began to laugh", he writes. "This sounds really wrong but she wasn't centre of attention on this occasion".
"She'd come and go and she'd come in probably at bath time, cause an awesome ... scene, bubbles everywhere, bathwater all over the place, and then leave", he told ITV. The broadcast from Buckingham Palace, which has become a defining moment of her monarchy, was clearly spoken from the heart by the Queen, who was dressed in black. "They were purposely ganging up on her", royal biographer Ingrid Seward said.
Diana's previous individual security officer Ken Wharfe relates in his new book Guarding Diana: Protect The Princess Around The World: "Le Gadget was maybe our finest breeze up, and a practically consistent wellspring of giggling".
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrive at Warsaw airport to start a 3 day tour on July 17, 2017 in Warsaw, Poland.
"I love the fact that there's still such veneration inside her immediate family for what she was, and what she meant".
"I think that what you might call Britain's stiff upper lip brigade ended with the funeral".
"So in many respects, she's done far more to transform the monarchy than perhaps even the Queen in the 15 years or so that she was a member of that institution". And Diana deserves a place in history.