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It stands as a stark contrast to the more static atmosphere of Clarence House on the other side of Hyde Park – the official home of Charles and Camilla – or the grandeur of Highgrove.
It is almost as if the House of Windsor now stands divided, with two clear alternative visions forming of the future of monarchy beyond the reign of Elizabeth II.
For not giving up Camilla, for failing to love their mother and for ultimately, unwittingly contributing to her death.As for love, Diana, did not have a monopoly on that, either.Charles might not wear his heart on his sleeve as she did, but there is no question that he has one. And there can be no doubt that he loves his sons deeply.It also gives us a window into the future, of the kind of monarch William intends to be when he finally inherits the throne.In Kensington Palace, where an exhibition of Diana's dresses draws daily crowds, and where her sons have just recreated her private writing desk – a kind of mini shrine complete with family photographs and her favourite pop music albums – William and Harry have created their own little royal compound – a youthful, informal, golden Eden.
Whether consciously or otherwise, William and Harry have excised him from this account of their childhood.