I think it's fairly obvious how far back it goes. It's when I was very small.
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Yeah, so, lots of people have. ... Yes, we fire when we have to, take a life to save a life, but essentially we're more of a deterrent than anything else. If there's people trying to do bad stuff to our guys, then we'll take them out of the game.
I love representing [the queen], but to be honest with you, and as far as I see it and as far as William sees it as well -- our service towards our country in the military in whichever shape or form it takes, will always come first.
I can't wait to be an uncle. I think it's very unfair that they were both forced to publicize it when they were, but that's just the media for you. I just only hope that she and him, but mainly Catherine, hopefully that she gets the necessary protection to allow her as a mother-to-be to enjoy the privacy that that comes with.
I don’t think you can ever be urged to settle down. If you find the right person and everything feels right, then it takes time, especially for myself and my brother. You ain’t ever going to find someone who’s going to jump into the position that it would hold. Simple as that.
I probably let myself down, I let my family down, I let other people down. But at the end of the day I was in a private area and there should be a certain amount of privacy that one should expect . . . It was probably a classic example of me probably being too much army, and not enough prince. It’s a simple case of that.
It's the one time since she's died where I've thought to myself, it would be fantastic if she was here. And just how sad really for her, more than anything, not being able to see it. Because I think she would have loved the day and I think hopefully she'd be very proud of us both for the day . . . I'm just very sad that she's never going to get a chance to meet Kate.
Pippa? Ha! No, I am not seeing anyone at the moment. I'm 100 per cent single. I'm working a lot at the moment, so dating and watching TV are the last things I have time for.
Every day, I know I do and I’m sure William does as well, whatever we do, wherever we are and whoever we’re with I particularly always wonder what she'd think, what she’d be doing if she was with us now. If she’d be sitting here having a laugh, whether she’d be in the background sticking her tongue out or whether she’d be playing football with the children. That’s what keeps us going every day – that thought of what would she be like if she was around today.
I have known Kate for years and it's great that she is now becoming part of the family. I am enormously pleased. I always wished for a sister and now I have one.
It's very nice to be a sort of normal person for once; I think it's about as normal as I'm going to get.
I would never want to put someone else's life in danger when they have to sit next to a bullet magnet. But if I'm wanted, if I'm needed, then I will serve my country as I signed up to do.
I think it's very different when you're famous for sport, famous for this and this. You know we were born into it. If you're born into it I think it's normal to feel as though you don't really want it.
You know, God knows what is said in the papers that we don't read about [that], you know, it's just poisonous.
After our mother's death, there was so much of us being in the public. And then being seeing stuff on TV and reading stuff saying, "Oh, they show no emotion," that sort of stuff. You know, that's our public side? If we don't feel comfortable pouring our eyes out in front of thousands of people, then that's our problem . . . You know, people can portray that as much as they want. But we've got each other to talk to.
She wasn't always herself in the camera. She was much more natural behind the scenes when there was no one else there . . . She was quite good at acting. If you know what I mean. She wasn't acting as though trying to be somebody that she wasn't. But very much trying to be as normal as she could in front of the cameras which she hated so much.
For me personally what happened you know that night, whatever happened in that tunnel -- no one will ever know. And I'm sure people will always think about it the whole time . . . I'll never stop wondering about that.
It's weird because I think when she passed away there was never that time, there was never that sort of lull. There was never that sort of peace and quiet for any of us due to the fact that her face was always splattered on the paper the whole time. Over the last ten years I personally feel as though she has been, she’s always there. She's always been a constant reminder to both of us and everybody else.
I think [Princess Diana would] be happy in the way that we're going about it but slightly unhappy about the way the other people were going about it as in saying, "Look: you're not normal, so stop trying to be normal," which is very much what we get a lot. You know it's like stop trying to be normal. You've got certain responsibilities. Which obviously we do and we know we have certain responsibilities. But within our private lives and within certain other parts of our life we want to be as normal as possible. And yes it's hard because to a certain respect we never will be normal.
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