Prince Harry shared that his father King Charles did not hug him when he told him about the death of Princess Diana in 1997.

Harry was 12 years old and visiting his grandparents at Balmoral Castle with his brother Prince William at the time.

Charles told Harry that Diana suffered from head injuries and was unlikely to survive the car crash that occurred on August 31, 1997.

Diana was in Paris with her boyfriend Dodi Fayed at the time of the crash, which was believed to have been caused by paparazzi.

However, it was later revealed that the driver of the limousine, Henri Paul, had been driving under the influence.

Diana's bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones was the only survivor of the crash.

As a child, Harry believed that Diana may have faked her own death to escape public attention and the paparazzi.

Harry and William drove through the tunnel where their mother died as adults and found it "short, simple, no-frills."

Harry wrote in his memoir, Spare, that he had always imagined the tunnel as a dangerous passageway.