Diana will be ‘disappointed’ that Britain is ‘not going any further’ in tackling homelessness
Prince William reveals his mother, Diana, introduced him to homelessness ‘at a young age’ and is ‘really glad’ she did
prince william His late mother confessed that she would be “disappointed” that the UK still hadn’t addressed the issue. homeless.
The Prince of Wales starred in last night’s short film comic reliefhe sat down with two people who had experienced homelessness, Noshin and Miles.
In a candid conversation, William said that his mother, Diana, princess of walesshe has invested in tackling this problem all her life.
“My mom taught me the causes of homelessness from an early age, and I’m really glad she exposed me to that—that part of life,” he said.
“I think she’s going to be disappointed that we haven’t gone a step further in addressing and preventing homelessness than she did when she was probably interested and involved in homelessness.”
Prince William has confessed that his late mother will be “disappointed” that Britain isn’t addressing the homeless problem.
In a candid conversation, William said his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales (who was pictured together in 1985), has been invested in tackling the issue all her life.
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In Prince William’s conversation with Norshin and Miles that aired last night, Prince William provided intricate details about his lived experience with the homeless.
The Prince of Wales appeared in last night’s Comic Relief short film and sat down with Noshin and Miles, two people who have experienced homelessness.
Miles told William that he had “a dark and difficult time about five years ago” after having his 10th seizure.
Nausin described her story as “relatively complicated”, having been in and out of mental hospitals as well as being homeless.
She says the constant change has affected her “psyche,” adding, “It affects your confidence. You stop being a unique individual.”
Miles told William he went through a “dark and difficult time about five years ago” after having his 10th seizure, saying he “hit rock bottom”.
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“Life threw a lot at me. I had to lose it all to really find what I needed,” he said.
“If you’re homeless, don’t have a support network, and don’t have anyone to turn to, the pain of the situation is even worse,” Nausin added, and William nodded in acknowledgment.
“There are a lot of prejudices and a lot of misconceptions about what it means to be homeless,” William said.