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Prince Harry had a ‘stern’ conversation with himself over Princess Diana’s death


Prince Harry admits he was angry with himself for not being able to handle Princess Diana’s death.

Writing in his memoir ‘Spare’, the Duke of Sussex admits: “The illusion of mum hiding, preparing to return, was never so real that it could obliterate reality entirely. But it got her enough. erased so I could postpone most of my grief.

Harry adds: ‘I still hadn’t cried, I still hadn’t cried except once at his grave I still hadn’t dealt with the bare facts. Part of my brain knew it, but part of it was totally isolated, and the division between those two parts kept the parliament of my consciousness divided, polarized, blocked. As I wanted. »

He later admits, “Sometimes I had a harsh conversation with myself. Everyone seems to believe mom is dead, period, so maybe you should come on board. But then I would think: I will believe it when I have the proof. With solid evidence, I thought, I could properly cry and cry and move on.

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