Prince Harry Tells CBS’ Norah O’Donnell He Hopes His Mother Would Be ‘Incredibly Proud’

By Mark Joyella 

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On Mother’s Day, Prince Harry tells CBS’ Norah O’Donnell he hopes his mother, Princess Diana, would be proud of the man he has become–and the work he is doing for veterans.

Prince Harry is in Orlando, Fla., for the debut of the Invictus Games, a competition for wounded, ill and injured active or veteran service men and women, which begin today:

O’Donnell: This is Mother’s Day here in the United States, what do you think your mother, Princess Diana, would think about what you’ve done here for veterans?

Prince Harry: I hope she would have been incredibly proud, I hope she would be sitting up there having her own little party and looking down thinking, you know, of what we have achieved, because this is a massive team effort. ….And I hope that, you know, my mom would be sitting up in the corner somewhere like that and watching it and you know, she would, you know, I would love it if she was here and I am sure she would be running around causing chaos like I intend to.

The interview, which was previewed on Friday’s CBS Evening News, will air Monday morning on CBS This Morning.

 

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