As part of Diana documentary, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge talk to bereaved parents about keeping memories alive
Our Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, visited our centre in East London with The Duchess of Cambridge earlier this year. Their Royal Highnesses were filmed talking to two bereaved parents that had been supported by Child Bereavement UK, and we were delighted that our Ambassador Emily Arch, whose baby, Abbie, was stillborn; and John Dwyer, whose daughter, Rosie, died when she was 19, were featured in the documentary.
Speaking of their experiences of grief, The Duke talked about the importance of keeping memories alive and said: "It doesn't go away, it never goes away, but you learn to deal with it better."
The documentary Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy was made to mark 20 years since the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. It aired on 24 July and can be watched again online on the ITV hub. Click below to watch the trailer.