In his new mental health documentary series “The Me You Can’t See,” which he teamed up with Oprah Winfrey on, Prince Harry opened up about his mother Princess Diana’s death. He also talked about his fears over “history repeating itself” when it came to his wife Meghan Markle.


Harry said in the series that he can vividly remember driving in a car as a child with his mother and older brother Prince William while Diana was being chased by the paparazzi.

“She was almost unable to drive because of the tears, there was no protection. One of the feelings that come up is helplessness. Being too young, being a guy too young to be able to help a woman, in this case, your mother. And that happened every single day until the day she died,” he recalled, according to People Magazine.

Harry went on to say that he had a strong desire “to be normal” in his formative years, adding that his life as a British member of the royal family was “puzzling,” and the visions of his mother driving still haunt him all these years later.

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“Unfortunately, when I think about my mom the first thing that comes to mind is always the same one, over and over again: Strapped in the car, seatbelt across,” he said. “My brother  in the car as well, and my mother driving and being chased by three, four, five mopeds with paparazzi on.”

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Harry also talked about his fears of “history repeating itself” when he saw the way his wife Meghan was being treated by the press.

“Without question, I was so angry with what happened to [Diana] and the fact that there was no justice at all,” Harry explained. “Nothing came from that. The same people who chased her into the tunnel photographed her dying on the backseat of that car.”


“We get followed,” he continued. “Photographed, chased, harassed. The clicking of cameras and the flashes of the cameras makes my blood boil. It makes me angry and takes me back to what happened to my mom and what I experienced as a kid. Not just traditional media, but also social media platforms as well. I felt completely helpless.”

When asked if he has any regrets, Harry said his “biggest” is not making changes sooner to protect his wife by “making more of a stance earlier on in my relationship with my wife and calling out the racism when I did.”

” History was repeating itself,” Harry said. “My mother was chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone that wasn’t white and now look what’s happened. You want to talk about history repeating itself, they’re not going to stop until [Meghan] dies.”


That is absurd. Nobody on the planet cares enough for Meghan Markle to “chasse” her around, the way they did iconic Princess Di.

Harry’s mother was a beloved icon that fetched non-stop news. Meghan is a D-list American actress who hardly anyone likes.

There’s no comparison between the two.

And Harry, who claims he wants all this privacy, is still out there giving interviews and doing podcasts, for crying out loud.

It’s bizarre that Harry would make this assumption – sounds like Meghan has convinced him she’s a heck of a lot more important than she actually is.

This piece originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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