Princes William and Harry from childhood learned not only the delights of life in the palace, but also simple work.

Their mother, Princess Diana, believed that sons should take part in charity from childhood. She sent heirs to orphanages, forced them to write letters of thanks, and even sent them to sell newspapers on the street.

“I want them to understand human emotions, people’s insecurities, people’s suffering, as well as their hopes and dreams,” The List reports the words of the princess.

Lady Dee said that she gave her sons knowledge that they can use in the future. Prince William’s childhood experience was not in vain. The heir well remembered how he stood on the pavement in the trader’s signature red cap and tried to attract the attention of passers-by in order to sell the newspaper.

Now he is trying to teach his children not to lose touch with ordinary people. Royal offspring already regularly write letters of thanks, and who knows, maybe one day they will also stand on the street and sell something, like children from ordinary families.

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