Prince Harry kicked off the Concert for Diana with the rock ‘n roll cliche: “Hello, Wembley!”
More than 60,000 people attended an emotional night to remember at the Concert for Diana staged by Princes William and Harry.
The young royals marked the 10th anniversary of the death of their mother with a little help from the women in their lives – Harry shared a kiss with girlfriend Chelsy Davy as the event began, while William was joined in the royal box by Kate Middleton, fuelling rumours the couple are back together.
They did not sit together, however, and Kate brought along sister Pippa and parents Michael and Carole for company.
Both girls helped the princes organise the six-hour concert, which featured a line-up of top names including Sir Elton John, Lily Allen, P Diddy, Kanye West, Rod Stewart, Take That and Joss Stone.
Prince Harry and William addressed a crowd of 63,000 in the stadium and a global TV audience of 500 million watching in 140 different countries, on what would have been Diana’s 46th birthday.
“This event is about all that our mother loved in life – her music, her dancing, her charities and her family and friends, said William. “We just want you to have an awesome time and enjoy the line-up.”
The concert ended with never-seen-before home movie footage of her childhood.
Many in the crowd hugged and wiped away tears as they watched images of her as a smiling toddler and a young girl playing on a swing, riding her bicycle and dancing for the camera.
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