Motherhood was an important part of Princess Diana’s life. She was a brave soul who wasn’t afraid of making her own choices and breaking royal rules when it came to function as a normal human being.
From the birth of her two sons, Diana did what she felt was best for her children. She always treated Harry and William as children with emotion and imagination before considering them as a prince. The princess of Wales selected the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s hospital for William’s birth.
“I live for my sons. I would be lost without them,” Diana famously said. From this statement, it is easily assumable what role her sons played in her life. Diana took her children with her when she went on Royal tours instead of leaving them alone in the palace. When William was nine months old, Diana made her travel partner on their Australian tour.
Diana wanted to be a regular mom. She loved spending time at home with her children, she took them on walks on the beach, and at an amusement park. She wanted to give them a normal childhood in general.