Kate Middleton talked about how she feels being the mother of two children during an event at the Global Academy in London. Middleton has a son Prince George (3 years old) and a daughter Princess Charlotte (23 months old) with her husband Prince William.
At the event, she talked about motherhood where she admitted, "It is lonely at times," she continued saying, "You do feel quite isolated ... But actually, so many other mothers are going through exactly what you're going through."
At the event, Middleton was talking to Mush app co-founders, Katie Massie-Taylor and Sarah Hesz. She also opened up and said, "But it's being brave enough, like you obviously were, to reach out," reported US Weekly. After her speech, she even had a chat with one of the attendees.
Recently, Prince William shared with the BBC One Documentary titled "Mind Over Marathon" the experience after losing his mother. Even after 20 years of his mother's death, the loss is still with him. And he says that it never leaves one. He adds, "I still have shock within me - people say it can't last that long but it does," reported BBC.
When Princess Diana died, Prince William was just fifteen while, Prince Harry, was 13 years old. She has been a very loving and caring mother to her sons. She was very close to her children and often dropped them to school when her schedule allowed.
The Duke of Cambridge also revealed that one just learns to deal with such a big loss. Since the event is very big in one's life, one can never get over it. Diana, Princess of Wales died in Paris in a fatal car crash in 1997. The crash even caused the death of the people who were accompanying her including Dodi Fayed and the driver Henri Paul.