Fue breve, los chicos querían volver a jugar con sus primos y no pasar el rato hablando por teléfono.Pero esa llamada se quedó en mi memoria, pesa bastante.El programa forma parte de una serie de homenajes a Diana ante el próximo 20mo aniversario de su muerte el 31 de agosto de 1997.Cuando alguien me dice ‘así que era divertida, danos un ejemplo’, todo lo que oigo es su risa en mi cabeza, dijo Enrique.Guillermo contó una historia que reveló la vida privilegios que tenía de niños.Lo organizó para que cuando llegara a casa de la escuela estuvieran Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington y Naomi Campbell esperando en lo alto de las escaleras.Guillermo dijo que habla a menudo a sus hijos _el príncipe Jorge, de 4 años, y la princesa Carlota, de 2 años_ sobre Diana para que ella sea una presencia en las vidas de sus nietos.
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