THEN: During a four-day tour of Zimbabwe in 1993, Diana rolled up her sleeves at the Nemazura feeding center – a Red Cross project for refugees. “Without that help not only the kids we have fed, but also the elders, would have passed away,” said local tribal chief, Fortune Charumbira.
NOW: Following the Asian tsunami of 2004, both William and Harry packed boxes of emergency supplies, bound for victims in the Maldives, at a Red Cross depot in Bristol, England. “We just wanted to be hands-on,” Harry told the British press. A family friend told reporters of the princes’ volunteer work: “They want to perpetuate her and her memory by doing some of the things, and championing some of the causes, that she did.”