Prince William comforts the children who have lost their mother and remembers his loving mother Diana sadly.
Deborah, a writer from London and a BBC podcast host, was diagnosed with stage 4 of bowel cancer in 2016, and it has spread, when Deborah was only 35 years old and had a pair of children to support, all of which is unimaginable to ordinary people who are in the golden period of career and life. Deborah herself did not understand how a healthy vegetarian could have bowel cancer, and as soon as she found out, it was advanced.
Deborah could not fall, and she did not want the children to see her collapse. Instead of being vice-chancellor, she began working as a reporter and columnist for The Sun, where she co-hosted a BBC programme, "You, Me and big C," with other cancer patients, in which she shared her mental journey with everyone about cancer and encouraged patients like her not to give up and not to complain about themselves. At the same time, wake up to everyone that cancer is lurking around, do not be blinded by superficial health. Her sunshine and optimism have infected countless people, and William, Duke of Cambridge, has awarded her the Knight's Medal of the British Empire in recognition of her strong optimism. The British people donated £7.4 million to her, but it all came to an abrupt halt in July, and Deborah finally did not overcome the disease and left.
In a recent interview with The Times, her husband, Sebastian, told reporters that Prince William was very concerned about his family, especially his two children, because her mother, Princess Diana, also left them at his and Harry's age. At the time of Diana's death, William was 15, Harry was only 12, and Deborah's son was 14 and her daughter was 12. Sebastian told reporters that he had no idea that the future king of England would have no shelf at all, and was very frank. And when talking about his mother's sudden death, he could feel William's suppressed choking and sadness.
William told the children, "Since his mother died in Paris in August 1997, he and Harry have not forgotten her for a moment, although 25 years have passed, they can feel that there has never been a moment when mother has left them." At a recent meeting, Harry also told him that some of the personalities of his children Archie and Lilibet, and even one side of their face, were very much like those of their mother Diana. "Prince William encourages my children, you have to live well, Mom will always pay attention to you, she wants you to be healthy and happy, Mom's departure is just the demise of the flesh, but she will surround you in another way, protect you, believe me!".