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As for love, Diana, did not have a monopoly on that, either.Charles might not wear his heart on his sleeve as she did, but there is no question that he has one. And there can be no doubt that he loves his sons deeply. But today it's very common for women to ask men out on dates as well. Men are the most vulnerable because they are most likely to ask first.Of course, Charles must bear some responsibility for this.His one great weakness as a royal is that, unlike his mother, he put his heart before his duty.
And by the way Diana, even in death, continues to shape perceptions of him as a royal and as a husband, and of how the destructive side of Diana howls after him down the years, haunting the present and exacting revenge in the cruellest way possible: through their sons.
Whether consciously or otherwise, William and Harry have excised him from this account of their childhood.
Not once is he spoken about directly, save for in the context of Diana's unhappiness and their parents' subsequent divorce. The Queen is there, with her heartfelt concerns for her struggling daughter-in-law; but of Charles, nary a whiff.
For the millions who, 20 years on, still mourn the Princess of Wales, tonight's ITV documentary will make for bittersweet viewing.
At a preview screening I attended at Kensington Palace, Prince William introduced the film.'Twenty years on, Harry and I felt it was an appropriate time to open up about our mother,' he explained.