Charles Spencer shares his grief after the heartbreaking death

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Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer shared bad news on Friday after his nephew, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released a Netflix movie.

The 58-year-old did not comment on Harry and Meghan’s news but instead took to Twitter to express his grief over the death of George ‘Johnny’ Johnson, the last surviving World War II Dambuster. Sq Ldr George was a bombardier in the British Royal Air Force’s “Dambusters”, who destroyed important ships in Germany using specially designed “paint bombs” during the Second World War. His family confirmed he died peacefully in his sleep at his retirement home in Bristol on Wednesday. He is one hundred and one years old.

Paying tribute to the last surviving member of 617 Squadron, Charles wrote: “Sad to see the last Dambuster of WW2 has died, aged 101. ‘Johnny’ Johnson was certainly a lovely, humble and (unimportant say) courage.”

Charles continued to avoid talking about Harry and Meghan and instead went about his business as usual.

Charles Spencer twitted :

Ahead of his moving tribute, Charles shared a video from the grounds of Althorp House, regaling fans with the sweeping views of his 13,000 acre estate. Commenting on the sidelines, he wrote: “The cold winter days this morning still linger.”

Commenting on the reaction from his 100.6k followers, one of them replied: “Magic!” “Wow beautiful,” added another, while a third called the set “Awesome x.”

Prior to this Tweet, Charles had last posted on Twitter on Thursday morning, just 20 minutes before the documentary became available to watch on Netflix.

Sharing a photo of the family tree decorated with Christmas wreaths and tomatoes and pine cones, she wrote: “Christmas at Althorp – my great-grandfather, Bobby Spencer, getting into the festive spirit.”

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