C., she establishes the secret identity of Diana Prince and begins working for Steve Trevor.
In a new video, which sees the trio discuss the topic of mental health ahead of this week's London Marathon, which will support their Heads Together campaign, Harry reveals that the pair would avoid the subject as it was too painful.
Based in Australia, Peters can be contacted via his website, which is a member of our Hall of Fame.
Growing up with antiques collectors and costume designers, I developed a passion for the Victorian age and the 19th century.
'No matter how many books you read, nothing can prepare you for it,' she said.
Prince Harry gave an interview this week to The Telegraph, explaining how he'd come close to a breakdown because he never dealt with his grief.
In this interview, historian and art director Hayden Peters charts the evolution of mourning jewelry from the 16th century through its most prolific period during the reign of Queen Victoria.
Along the way, he discusses how mourning jewelry differs from sentimental jewelry, and highlights such genres as hairwork, miniature portraiture, and symbolism.
'When you speak to other people's families and little kids and stuff you think "wow, I don't want them to go through the same things",' he explained. Kate paid tribute to the princes' 'amazingly close' relationship, saying it had obviously been a big help.
'With a little bit of experience you want to do everything you can to help to stop them bottling it up.''I always thought, what's the point of bringing up something that's only going to make you sad. 'Most of the time,' joked William, adding: 'We've probably been brought closer because of the circumstances.' The film captures a conversation between Their Royal Highnesses that occurred at Kensington Palace on the afternoon of Wednesday 19th April as they looked ahead to this weekend's Virgin Money London Marathon and reflected on the growth of the campaign over the last year.
The tone of the note expresses to Diana’s trusted confidante the princess’s rising level of anxiety and feelings of fear and frustration.
In the letter, dated December 3, 1991, Diana wrote to Poplak, “I do feel extremely isolated more than ever now, as I see what’s coming to this country and this family.” Poplak received the letter only six months before Andrew Morton’s biography ‘Diana: Her True Story’ was published.