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Prince Harry on seeing ‘a lot’ of Princess Diana in Meghan Markle, her memories of her mother and losing her

from netflix harry and meghan is more than just a look at their love story; It is one of the most intimate portraits yet of Prince Harry’s life as a member of the royal family and the impact his mother, Princess Diana, had on him.

Harry spoke in the documentary about how his mother would protect him and his brother Prince William from the paparazzi when she could, his memories of her, dealing with her loss and how part of the reason he fell in love with Meghan Markle went because he saw a lot of Diana in her. Here, everything Harry shared about Diana’s impact on him.

In tackling love and life, Harry believes he is following Diana’s approach of following her heart over her head, unlike other men in her family.

“I think for a lot of people in the family, especially obviously the men, there can be a temptation or an urge to marry someone who would fit the mold rather than someone you might be meant to be with,” Harry said. “The difference between making decisions with your head or with your heart. My mom certainly made most of her decisions, if not all, from her heart. Me too am my mother’s son.”

Prince Harry with his mom Princess Diana

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Harry sees himself as “cheeky” like his mother.

“I don’t have many early memories of my mother,” Harry began. “It’s like internally, I blocked them. But I always remember her laugh, her cheeky laugh. She always told me, ‘You can get in trouble, but don’t get caught.’ And I’ll always be that cheeky person on the inside.”

Harry credited Diana with protecting him and William from Pap smears…and referred to the cost to him of seeing her harassed by them.

“My mom did a good job trying to protect us,” Harry said. “She took it upon herself to basically confront these people. I think she had a lived experience of how she was struggling to live that life. She felt compelled to talk about it, especially in that Panorama interview. I think now we all know that she was tricked into giving the interview, but at the same time, she told the truth about her experience.”

“My mom was bullied her whole life with my dad,” Harry continued. “But after they broke up, the bullying reached new levels. By the time she got divorced, by the time she left the institution, she was alone. Yes, she may have been one of the most influential and powerful women in the world, but she was completely exposed to this. I saw things, I experienced things, I learned things. The pain and suffering of women who marry in this institution. I remember thinking, ‘How can I find someone who is willing and able to handle all the baggage that comes with being with me?’”

Harry fell for Meghan in part because he saw “so much” of his late mother in her.

When Harry and Meghan first started dating in the summer of 2016, Harry said: “As I got to know Meghan more and more, I thought, ‘Now I’m really falling for this girl. So, despite my own fear, I just opened my heart to see what was going to happen.’”

“So much of what Meghan is and what she is like is very similar to my mother,” she continued. “She has the same compassion. She has the same empathy, she has the same confidence. She has this warmth about her. I accept that there will be people around the world who fundamentally disagree with what I did and how I did it, but I knew I had to do everything I could to protect my family. Especially after what happened to my mom. You know, I didn’t want history to repeat itself.”

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Harry privately wrestled with his treatment of him by the press after his mother passed away.

“When my mum died, we had two hats to wear: one was two grieving children who wanted to grieve and grieve and process that pain of losing our mum,” Harry said. “And two was the royal hat, show no emotion, go out, meet people, shake hands. The UK literally swept me and William away as his children in anticipation of seeing me and William out there. It was very difficult for both of us.”

As she struggled with pain while at Eton College, Harry began to notice that she was getting the press treatment that she had before.

“That’s when all the things that had happened to my mum started happening to us,” Harry said of his time at Eton and his teenage years. “Not all the stories were false, but there were a lot of exaggerations and typical rehashes. She’s bouncing off the walls, she’s doing drugs, she’s drinking, she’s out late. She is in a nightclub, she has a girlfriend here, she has a girlfriend there. What’s going on?”

“You know, there’s a difference between having to accept, ‘Okay, we have this position in this family and therefore there will be a level of interest,’ and being surrounded by paparazzi chasing you in cars through red lights. ‘”. he continued. “And then he would chase you down the road on foot, which is what happened probably 30 or 40 times when he was younger. It was too much.”

“Everything that was happening in the UK was very intense,” he said. “I was trying to balance the whole experience of being a kid who is trying to deal with the loss of his mother without a lot of support or help or guidance. It didn’t seem right. It didn’t seem fair to me.

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