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The Duke of Sussex remembers fondly the years from his childhood spent with Princess Diana, the Princess of Wales’s former bodyguard Ken Wharfe said. And the experiences Harry has done with his mother and brother Prince William are influencing the upbringing he and Meghan Markle are giving to their own children, the commentator added.
In a comment written for the latest issue of Hello! magazine, Mr Wharfe said: “Harry and William remember their childhood with great fondness and appear to be drawing on the experiences Diana gave them to shape the upbringing of their own children.”
Meghan and Harry are behaving similarly with their own children across the Atlantic, he added.
He added: “They enjoy bucket-and-spade family fun on the beaches in Norfolk – while Harry and Meghan have been spotted taking Archie and the family dog for walks on the beach near their home in California.”
Mr Wharfe, who wrote with author Ros Coward the book Diana: Remembering the Princess, first started working as a bodyguard for Prince Harry and Prince William in 1986.
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