On her 50th birthday, honoring Princess Di's proudest achievement: motherhood
"She's always there," Prince William said in an interview with Matt Lauer, 10 years after his mother's tragic death. "She was massively strong and gave us both reservoirs of strength."
William was just 15 when Diana died in a car wreck at 36. If she were alive today, she would be celebrating her 50th birthday with William, his new wife Kate, and her second son Harry, just 12 when she passed away.
"It still upsets me now, the fact that we didn't have much of a chance as children to spend time with her," the young prince told Lauer in 2007. "The time we did spend with her was amazing."