On September 15th, 2022, the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, was held at Westminster Abbey in London. The funeral was attended by many members of the royal family, including Prince Charles, Prince Philip, and Diana’s two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.
The funeral procession began at Kensington Palace, where Diana had lived, and included hundreds of representatives of the charities she had been involved with. At the front of the procession were Diana’s two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, who walked behind her coffin. Following them were Prince Charles and Prince Philip, who had both been very close to Diana during her life.
The funeral was a very emotional event for all those involved, and Prince Charles was no exception. He had been married to Diana for 15 years before their divorce in 1996, and had remained close to her until her death in 1997. As such, it was only natural that he should attend her funeral.
The funeral was a solemn affair, and Prince Charles was seen to be deeply affected by the occasion. He was seen to be wiping away tears during the service, and his presence was a reminder of the deep love and respect he had for Diana.
In the end, Charles did attend Diana’s funeral, showing his respect for the woman he had once loved and still held in high regard. His presence was a reminder of the deep love and respect he had for Diana, and it was a fitting tribute to the woman who had been such an important part of his life.