According to royal biographer Andrew Morton, Prince Harry continues to “think about his mother” every day and can’t get over his feelings of anger at the tabloids.Emotional with Oprah Winfrey in May In an intimate interview, the 37-year-old prince previously opened up about the impact of losing Princess Diana so young, saying her untimely death was “absolutely unjust.”
The noted biographer, who wrote the 1992 book Diana: Her True Story, said this anger at the media made the Duke of Sussex “fear” for the safety of his wife, Meghan Markle. claimed.
Morton said on the podcast “Royally Us”, “I don’t think there’s a day that Harry doesn’t look back and make decisions based on what happened to his mother.
“The fact that they first flew to Canada and then to the West Coast was due to Harry’s desire to protect his wife and son and, as he said, he wanted to know what had happened to his mother. I didn’t want it to happen to him. Wife, he was afraid of it.
“I mean, there is no way out until he comes to terms with what happened to his mother. I don’t think the anger issues he faces and his hostility towards the media will ever go away.
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Prince Harry has repeatedly spoken out about his distaste for British tabloids, branding them “toxic” and accusing the media of creating a “really difficult” environment for him and his wife.
In May, he co-produced and starred with Oprah Winfrey in the Apple TV+ series The Me You Can’t See, which spotlighted various celebrities discussing mental health.
During the interview, he spoke candidly about the traumatic effects of his mother’s death, revealing that he turned to drinking and drugs to “hide” his feelings.
Harry said: “I was so upset by what happened to her (Diana) and the fact that there was no justice…the same people who chased her through that tunnel were in the back seat of that car. I took a picture of her dying.”
The couple announced that they would step down from their roles as senior royals in January 2020, less than two years after Meghan joined the monarchy.
After completing their royal duties, the Sussexes moved to Montecito, California and founded their own non-profit foundation, Archwell.
They also have a number of lucrative deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify, and Harry plans to publish an “accurate and totally true” memoir in the fall of 2022.
Speaking to Oprah about their new life and Diana’s continued impact, the Duke told Oprah: last year. “
As a touching tribute to their mother, Harry and Meghan named their newborn daughter Lilibet Diana. The couple welcomed their second child in June of this year and are already parents to two-year-old Archie Harrison.