However, there was one other over-riding factor, a dread of upsetting their father - and Camilla (together, left, last year).Pictured inset: The Diana memorial fountain in Hyde Park.Mole Valley District Council in Surrey have been left with a lot of questions to answer after a wild house party ended in murder.
She was last seen in Chichester, West Sussex, yesterday evening and friends were unable to get hold of her.
Earlier this year, the actress - who shot to fame in ITV wartime drama Foyle's War (right) - was ordered to wear an electronic tag and banned from driving after she was caught speeding in her BMW with a child in the back without a proper seatbelt.
It is understood Honeysuckle has been receiving psychiatric care in recent weeks.
The hosts Jason White and Summerlyn Farquharson (right and far right) are understood to have charged £20 each for entry to the party and DID get a licence from the council to sell alcohol and provide entertainment despite complaints after a similar party last year.
Amid a deepening recruitment crisis, half of the maths teachers in the study reported they are teaching alongside at least one non-specialist, with staff having to be drafted in from other departments.
The sister of Foyle's War star Honeysuckle Weeks revealed last night that her sibling is 'safe and sound' after police began looking for the troubled actress.Perdita Weeks posted on Twitter (bottom right) on Friday evening: 'Safe and sound thank you all xxxx.' Detectives began looking for the actress after they became concerned about her 'recent behaviour' and feelings of anxiety she reported to her family.Prince Harry (centre, with his mother in 1986), 31, revealed at a barbecue held earlier this week for the UK mental health campaign Heads Together that he only began speaking about the loss of his mother three years ago.While his actions were being celebrated as examples of Harry's vital qualities in championing taboo subjects, it was his reflections on his mother that were being talked about in Buckingham Palace corridors.Long-time courtiers were left wondering about the significance of the remarks and why, almost 19 years after Diana was killed, Harry should now feel the time was right to 'open up' about her.This should not, of course, be interpreted as an unwillingness to mourn his mother but rather a determination to keep his grief private.