Prince Harry offers advice to two grieving children

ICONINSIDER — Prince Harry has offered advice to two grieving children who lost their mother last year.
The 32-year-old royal – whose mother Princess Diana died in a tragic accident aged 36 years old when he was just a teenager – has reached out to Emily Briggs, 11, and her brother Isaac, 13, to share comforting words to the pair, which saw him tell the two youngsters “everything will be OK” following the death of their parent, although “everything” feels “really bad” now.
Speaking about the encounter with the flame-haired hunk at the annual rugby match, which saw the Royal Navy and Army go head to head to be crowned champion at London’s Twickenham stadium on Saturday (29.04.17), Emily said: “He just told us everything will be OK, even though everything seems really bad at the moment, it will get better.”
Emily has praised Harry as “nice”, and her sibling has also credited the star as “a normal guy”, because the pair discussed everything from the cadets, to sport, and coping with the loss of a loved one.
And Isaac has hinted he has a lot in common with Harry than he first thought.
He told The Telegraph newspaper: “We talked about the cadets, we talked about rugby, about losing parents – he was the same age I was and [it happened] in kind of a similar way.”
And the children’s father, Matt Briggs, encouraged his kids to speak to Harry and to open up about their suffering because he believes their grief is “different” to that of a husband.
He said: “I think especially for them [it’s important] they know his story. Your grief as a husband is different to grief as a child, I just wanted to stand back and let them have that moment.”

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