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Prince Harry ‘Wants Peace’ With Royals in Honor of Princess Diana’s Memory: “Using Mummy Once Again”

Prince Harry allegedly “wants peace” with his royal family in remembrance of Diana, Princess of Wales, and has grown distant from them.

If I were looking for a place to relax, I would visit those gardens. It was my number one desire. In his “explosive” memoir, Spare, published in 2023, the Duke said, “I wanted it for my family’s sake, and for my own— but also for hers [Diana].”
“I knew how desperately she would want — no, did want — peace between her boys, and between us two and Pa,” Harry confesses in the best-selling work.

Princess Diana of Wales, along with her lover Dodi Fayed, intoxicated motorist Henri Paul, and bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones, tragically lost her life in a vehicle crash that occurred in late summer 1997 in Paris, France.

Only Rees-Jones survived the crash, and he still doesn’t remember what happened immediately afterward.
The fifth in line to the British throne opened up about his struggles with sadness following his mother’s death at the young age of 12. No one around me could actually lend a hand, and that was the hardest thing for me. Heart of Invictus, the Duke of Sussex’s 2023 Netflix documentary, revealed that he lacked the necessary support system, network, and expert counsel to determine the nature of his mental health issues.

“The trauma I experienced after losing my mother at such a young age, I was never conscious of,” Harry went on to say. I repressed it, as would have been typical of adolescent boys, and no one ever brought it up. I was bouncing off the walls as it all came exploding out; I’m no longer naive; I’m experiencing everything.

The news of the princess’s passing spread as the young prince and his brother, Prince William, who was fifteen years old, were on vacation with the royal family at Balmoral Castle. Upon waking the two princes in the wee hours of the morning, Charles delivered the dreadful news.

“What I do remember with stunning clarity is that I did not cry,” Harry wrote in his memoir, after describing the “decades of effort to reconstruct that morning” he had gone through. No one wept. I never felt an embrace from my dad. One royal insider said that the former working royals were “using Mummy once again,” but this contradicts that story.

This realization comes after the prince’s May 8 visit to Britain, during which he reunited with relatives from his mother’s side at St. Paul’s Cathedral for an Invictus Games ceremony.

Charles, Earl Spencer, Diana’s brother, supposedly “sided” with Harry and Meghan Markle in their recent feud with the royal family, but Diana’s memory lives on via their descendants.

According to royal expert Tom Quinn, Harry’s mother’s family’s presence at the occasion was a clear indication of their devotion. “The Spencers continue to perceive the royal family, to a certain degree, as an enemy,” Harry said.

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