Diana sang aloud to Tina Turner as she drove her sons to school: Prince William shares this precious family memory and other personal moments on podcast It’s time to walk Apple (Fitness + Subscribers) for mental health, one of his favorite commitments.
Tina Turner on the way to boarding school
In this Apple-designed recording, William, 39, who is second in line to the British throne, says he himself would love to start the week in the tube stunned From hard rock band AC/DC: “Nothing gets better on a Monday morning, when you’re a little muddy after the weekend and trying to get back on track for the week.”
He described a “real family moment” when his mother, Princess Diana, sang “at the top of her voice” on the track. Best From American rocker to ease the atmosphere and ease his anxiety by sending him and his little brother Harry back to their boarding school. They were sometimes joined by the policeman who accompanied them.
Once we got to the school gates, ‘it’s back to reality, go on. Because before, you’d get lost in songs, wanting to replay, just so this family moment could last. And when I listen to it now, (this song) it takes me back to those car trips and it brings me back a lot of Mom’s memories.
Charlotte and Louis are a fan of Shakira
Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson explains that his three children inherited the same love of music, with their preference Wakawaka by Shakira. Charlotte is running around the kitchen, in her ballerina outfit. She’s gone completely crazy, with Louis following her trying to reproduce her gestures, he explains. And most mornings, there’s a big argument between Charlotte and George as to what song we’re listening for. The solution?
In this podcast, which will be available for free on Monday and the proceeds of which will be donated to the prince’s charities, William also says Princess Diana took him to a homeless shelter to show him the “real world,” “outside the palace walls.”
Shocked at his position as a pioneer
William also describes how his job as an ambulance helicopter pilot, which he practiced for two years until 2017, “impacted him” because it “brought home people’s shock and grief”. Plus a few moments where he felt awkward, like Taylor Swift forced him to take to the stage to sing with Jon Bon Jovi.
This podcast comes at just the right time, as his brother Harry and wife Meghan Markle have often been spotlighted. The spouses have repeatedly criticized the royal family, and there is talk of a “cold” between the two brothers. An opportunity to give a calmer and more accessible picture of William.
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