Prince Harry shared 'special gifts' mother Princess Diana gave to world

PRINCE HARRY opened up about the "special gifts" his mother brought to the world that he hoped to continue giving, unearthed interview footage revealed.

PUBLISHED: 11:57, Wed, Nov 25, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:28, Wed, Nov 25, 2020

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Harry has committed much of his work under the Royal Family to charitable causes. The Prince has focused his efforts on helping charities related to children and young people, carrying on his mother's legacy in the UK and around the world. Princess Diana used her status and power to shed light on organisations and humanitarian crises, especially in Africa, that were severely underfunded and appeared at a loss.

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In 1997, shortly after her divorce from Prince Charles, Diana was photographed famously walking through minefields in Angola.

She harnessed her publicity as the world's most famous woman at the time to call on an international ban on landmines - this trip largely credited with boosting the campaign for a global landmine treaty signed later that year.

In 2006, Harry formed Sentebale, based in Lesotho, Africa, which means "Forget me not", supporting children and families plagued by HIV and extreme poverty - an honour to Diana.

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Harry reflected on the impact his mother had had on both him and the world in a 2016 interview with ABC News, talking about her "special gifts" to people.

Prince Harry: The royal talked about the 'special gifts' his mother brought to peoplePrince Harry: The royal talked about the 'special gifts' his mother brought to people (Image: GETTY)

Royal news: Harry has contributed to many charitable causes in his timeRoyal news: Harry has contributed to many charitable causes in his time (Image: GETTY)

He said: "We will do anything we can to make sure she's (Diana) never forgotten and carry on all the special gifts that she had that she portrayed when she was alive.

"I hope that a lot of my mother's talents are shown in a lot of the work that I do.

"Weirdly, this wouldn't be my first time going to Florida.

"I ended up going with her - it's one of my very happy memories, I went on space mountain 14 times, it was absolutely fantastic; the best thing ever.

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