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Ten years later, it's hard to tell what's truly recalled and what's suggested by family stories, photos and home movies.
Amy, who was just 4 when her father died, relies on her sisters for her memories.
They read books about September 11 and listened to speakers, including former New Jersey Gov. And then they were told to find someone's story to tell. Many of the children of 9/11 were reluctant to talk about it.
Some dreaded the 10th anniversary and the repeated replays of the planes, the impacts, the fireballs and the collapsing towers.
She was rumoured to be dating Prince Harry last year before his romance with actress Meghan Markle emerged - but a senior royal source said their was no truth to the speculation.
Princess Maria-Olympia is Queen Victoria’s great-great-great-great granddaughter through the Greek royal line while Harry is Victoria's great-great-great-great grandson.
Taken during the summer of 1982, the image of the wiry young man on the steps is fading now. Hargrave was 38 and a vice president at Cantor Fitzgerald when he died at the World Trade Center during the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
He has curly brown hair, sparkling dark eyes and a mischievous smile. The company lost the most workers that day -- 658 -- and many of them left families behind in New Jersey. Corinne pointed at the address spelled out in wrought iron on the top step: "Nine Eleven." T. Hargrave was one of hundreds of New Jersey dads who went to work in the city on a gorgeous fall day 10 years ago and never came home.
Schuster told the sisters they could stop talking if they felt tired or emotionally upset. "If I were have to have something terrible happen to me, I would want to live my life like the Hargraves did," she said. It's not going to go away." Read Megan Schuster's story Untold stories What was it like to lose a mother or father on 9/11? To be an emblem of one of the worst events in recent U. Many resent the media for relentlessly bombarding them with the images of their parents' deaths.
The princess and socialite wore a sheer lace lilac dress, dressed down with a pair of bright white trainers, sweeping her blonde hair into a chic side parting.
Maria-Olympia's paternal grandparents are Constantine II and Anne-Marie of Denmark, who were the last King and Queen of the Hellenes, making her both Greek and Danish royalty.
Like others of her generation, particularly kids from the suburbs that surround New York City, she learned too soon about fear and loss.
At home and at school, where she was in the sixth grade, she saw adults sobbing and didn't know why she felt so scared.