Prince Harry’s goal is to “make the Royal Family villainous characters”, claimed a royal expert while discussing the Duke of Sussex’s claims about Princess Diana’s death. Royal expert Kinsey Schofield was speaking to Mark Dolan on GB news about the claims made by Harry.
Prince Harry revealed that he cried only once after his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales died when he was just 12 years old.
During his first interview about his memoir ‘Spare’, the Duke of Sussex said he feels guilty for not weeping publicly, revealing that he only cried at a private burial service.
During the interview, Harry tells ITV’s Tom Brady: “Everyone knows where they were and what they were doing the night my mother died.”
Ms Schofield responded to the comments: “I don’t think in my years of studying the death of Diana, I have never heard anything about anyone telling Harry and William that they could not mourn, that they weren’t allowed to cry or that they weren’t allowed to respond to their mother’s death and in any single way that they wanted to.
“Perhaps, they felt like they couldn’t because people around them weren’t reacting in that way but they were never instructed to behave in a certain way.
“They were never instructed not to cry or not to be upset over their mother.
“Smiling faces you are saying are sweet, little boys that seems to be like trying to be courteous in a very uncomfortable situation.”
She was asked whether “history is being re-written once again” amid the Duke’s comments.
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