According to the revelations made by the Mirror, Tuesday, August 16, Prince Harry is still looking for information on the life of his mother, Princess Diana, to mention in his next book. Information so far under seal but that may make a lot of noise within the royal family.
Information that may make a lot of noise! As reported by the Mirror, Tuesday, August 16, Prince Harry is recently in search of answers. For in his next memoirs – scheduled for the end of 2022 – Meghan Markle’s husband intends to present a “true and completely accurate” account of the life of his mother, Princess Diana.
According to the Anglo-Saxon media, in order to do this, Prince Harry has approached French justice and researchers to obtain additional information about the car accident that killed his mother on August 31, 1997. “There have been approaches that suggest Prince Harry is intensely focused on getting more information about his mother’s death,” a French police source told The Sun (relayed by the Mirror) before adding, “There are plenty of people in France who remember the night of the accident. It’s normal that Diana’s son wants to know more about it for his book.” Proof that his memoirs are likely to make the effect of a bomb within the royal family, which, as the media recalls, was quickly plunged into a “tsunami of fear” when the announcement of Prince Harry’s memoirs was announced.
The memoirs of Prince Harry: a source of tension?
For several weeks now, experts in royalty agree that between Harry and William relations are no longer in the clear. At issue is the release of the memoirs of the youngest son of Prince Charles. “I see no hope of reconciliation between the Sussexes and the Cambridges before the publication of Harry’s book,” commented Phil Dampier, on his Twitter account.
To this, since the upcoming trip to England of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was announced in the press, our colleagues from the Daily Express reported that no meeting between the couple – now settled in the United States – and that of Prince William is planned. A warning sign for experts who see an undeniable distance …
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