Prince Harry believed Princess Diana faked her death to avoid scrutiny.
The Duke of Sussex was just 12 years old when his mother died in a car accident in Paris. When the tragic news was delivered to him, he was convinced that the princess had played a ‘prank’ on the world, and that the accident was a ‘distraction’. “Let her run away and hide.
he said: All this was a trick.
“And once upon a time, that trick was being done by Mommy, not by the people around me or the press. , she staged an accident as a distraction and fled.
After the princess’ death, Harry’s school “housemother” asked Harry to write a “final” letter to his mother, but Harry believed she was still alive.
In his new memoir, Spare, he writes:
Years later, Harry asks a press secretary to check secret police files on the crash. This also killed Diana’s boyfriend Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul, who were horrified to find the paparazzi at the scene.
he wrote: My stomach clenched when I realized their true origins. flashes.they were [paparazzi photo] flashes.
“Until this moment, I didn’t know that the last thing Mom saw on earth was a flash.”
During the 2007 Rugby World Cup, Harry and his brother Prince William drove through the tunnel where the crash took place and then discussed Princess Diana’s inquest, which was described as a ‘joke’ and ‘insult’. was branded with
he wrote: We talked about the recent autopsy. Just kidding, we both agreed. The final report was insulting. Fantastic, full of basic factual errors and gaping holes in logic. It raised more questions than it answered. ”
The two decided to call for a reopening of the investigation, but were “diverted by those in power.”
Elsewhere, the 38-year-old prince said he regretted ending the call “hurry” during his last conversation with Diana because he was too busy playing with his cousins.
he wrote: Little did he know that the search would take decades. ”