Prince William isn’t the only one who struggled to open up about his loss. In a December documentary marking the anniversary of the creation of Sentable — a charitable created by Prince Harry to honor his mother’s memory — the youngest of her sons spoke candidly about his grief. Harry, 32, said that Princess Diana’s death gave him a new outlook on life. While he was once the kind of person to subdue his emotions, Prince Harry said he has embraced his title and begun using it to “make a difference.”

“The fact that I’ve managed to keep Sentable going…for the last 10/11 years has been fantastic because now everything else I’m involved in makes sense to me and I’m just getting started,” Prince Harry said (via Daily Mail). “My mother died when I was very, very young and I don’t want to be in the position. Now I’m so energised, fired up, to be lucky enough to be in a position to make a difference.”

At a previous event, Prince William bonded with another young person about the heartache he experienced after Princess Diana’s death. During a visit to Keech Hospice Care in Luton, England, in August 2016, the duke connected with a 14-year-old named Ben who had lost his mother one year prior according to ET Online.

“Time makes it easier,” he assured Prince William. “I know how you feel, I still miss my mother every day and it’s 20 years after she died.”

Princess Diana died in 1997 in a fatal car crash in Paris. She was 36 at the time.