I am now fired up and energized and love charity stuff, meeting people and making them laugh.”From left to right: The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince William, Earl Spencer, Prince Harry and Prince Charles outside Westminster Abbey during the funeral procession for Diana, Princess of Wales, on Sept. He added, “I sometimes still feel I am living in a goldfish bowl, but I now manage it better.I still have a naughty streak, too, which I enjoy, and is how I relate to those individuals who have got themselves into trouble."Despite feeling under the microscope at times, the royal strives to maintain an “ordinary life,” inspired by the late People's Princess.“My mother took a huge part in showing me an ordinary life, including taking me and my brother to see homeless people," he said."The British public and the whole world need institutions like it," he explained.
It was their grandfather, Prince Philip, who offered to walk with them and advised William, then 15, that he would probably regret it if he didn't.
Harry's African children's charity, Sentebale, is close to his heart, along with the country of Lesotho and its heir, Prince Seeiso, who co-founded the charity.
Here, he visits Kananelo Center for the deaf in Lesotho in February 2013.
Princess Diana was not a monarch and her sons were children.
Harry's recall of his feelings about walking behind his mother's coffin is a new revelation about the royal behind-the-scenes decisions 20 years ago.