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This is how Harry embraced Diana's siblings in London: the princess was touched by her vision – world stars

This is how Harry embraced Diana's siblings in London: the princess was touched by her vision – world stars

princess diana siblings, Lady Jane Fellowes And Charles Spencer He didn't let you down yesterday Prince Harry.

Princess Diana's siblings supported Prince Harry

The Duke of Sussex arrived in London on Tuesday, where a ceremony to mark the 10th anniversary of his love project, the Invictus Games, was held on Wednesday at In St. Paul's Cathedral. None of the royals paid their respects at the event, but the Spencer family wasn't about to miss Harry's big day.

Lady Jane Fellowes and Charles Spencer also attended the party.

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Diana's sister, Jane Fellowes, 67, and her younger brother Charles Spencer, who celebrates his 60th birthday this month, arrived in elegant outfits for the event.

Many videos of Harry welcoming his relatives with a big hug are circulating on TikTok. Diana would certainly have cried at this poignant moment if she were still with us.

The fans were also affected by the great match.

“He seems so happy, bless him for that. At least Spencer's family is there for him.”

“What one family cannot do, another family can do.”

“I respect them even more for supporting Harry,” they said.

The royals are still visibly angry with the Duke of Sussex, with William perhaps the angriest of them all. Harry would be open to a reconciliation, but it seems that has not happened yet. Before the prince arrived in London, he worked hard to at least see King Charles, who was suffering from cancer, but the king also excluded him because of his royal connections.

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