Another blow for Harry. What hurtful words Princess Diana had about him. It has now been revealed after an audio recording was made public.
Princess Diana’s painful words about Harry
An audio recording of Princess Diana talking about how Prince Charles, now King Charles III, was disappointed they had a boy and not a girl when Prince Harry was born has been released.
Princess Diana recorded several audio tapes in the 1990s, which she secretly handed over to author Andrew Morton before her death in a car crash. Part of the audio archive is available for the first time, just ahead of a documentary due to be released next year: “Diana: The Rest of Her Story”.
We remind you that Thursday, August 31, marked the 26th anniversary of Diana’s death. On those tapes, Diana said her husband wouldn’t even talk to her stepmother, Raine Spencer.
“Because at Harry’s christening, Charles approached mummy and said: You know we were so disappointed, we thought it was going to be a girl,” he said.
Princess Diana’s biographer, Andrew Morton, told ABC’s Good Morning America that it was very emotional to hear Princess Diana’s voice and her views on the monarchy.
“There was never a second thought that Camilla would become queen, so we have a very different perspective on history,” said Andrew Morton.
Asked when he would release more audio, Andrew Morton said: “There’s global interest, but we’ll have to see what happens.”
Prince Harry’s Invictus Games documentary fails to make US or UK Netflix Top 10
Prince Harry’s new Netflix documentary ‘Heart Of Invictus’ failed to make the Netflix Top 10 in both the UK and the US after its release earlier this week.
Harry’s latest project was launched on Netflix on Wednesday as part of the Sussexes’ £80million deal with the streaming giant – following last year’s bid for the controversial ‘Harry & Meghan’ series.
The five-episode series features athletes preparing for last year’s edition of the games. There, Harry opened up about his battle with mental health after returning from military service in Afghanistan. His wife, Meghan Markle, appears only briefly in several scenes, supporting Harry.
The Invictus Games are an annual international sporting event dedicated to wounded and war veterans, founded by the Duke of Sussex in 2014 after he himself served in Afghanistan.