Prince Harry reveals he feels mum Princess Diana's presence 'in everything I do' as he raises kids Archie and Lilibet
PRINCE Harry said he feels Diana's presence with him more now than ever before.
The Duke of Sussex added that it feels like she is helping him to get set up in life.
He told NBC's Today show: "For me, it's constant. It's more so in the last two years than ever before.
"It's like she's done her bit with my brother and helped him get set up. Now she's helping me get set up.
"He's got his kid and I've got my kids. Our circumstances are obviously different.
"But I feel her presence in almost everything I do now.
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"It's definitely more in the last two years. She's watching over us."
Asked if Diana would be proud of him, he said: "I'm sure she is."
Harry, 37, made the comments as he sat down with US journalist Hoda Kotb in yet another explosive interview.
Prince Harry also spoke of a "special relationship" with the Queen.
He said: "The best thing about the Queen is her sense of humour.
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"We have a special relationship. We talk about things she can't talk about with anyone else."
But he said he is not sure if he will come to her Platinum Jubilee this year, adding: "There's lots of issues with security and everything else.
"That's what I'm trying to do. I'm trying to do everything to make sure my kids can meet her."
The comment echoes remark his ongoing row with the UK government over his security.
And it came after The Sun revealed Harry and Meghan have been invited to stand on Buckingham Palace's balcony for the celebrations.
He also did not immediately respond to whether he missed Princes Charles and William.
Harry insisted his focus was on the Invictus Games, ensuring everyone there had the best time, adding: "Then I go back and my focus is my family, who I miss."
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But he did then admit he "of course" misses his dad and brother.
And he said he wanted to "protect" the Queen and ensure she had the "right people" around her.
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