The-late Princess Diana would be “thrilled” that her son Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle moved to the United States a few years ago, claims a royal expert.
Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty magazine, was close to Diana, and actually spent time with her shortly before a tragic accident took Prince Charles' former wife in a horror car crash in 1997.
Now she has opened up about what she thinks Diana would make of her son's recent behaviour and actions, as well as other royal issues.
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She told The Mirror: “She decided she wanted to settle in America and would be thrilled Harry has realised her dream for himself and done just that.
“She knew William's destiny was the monarchy and would have been happy he has come to terms with his tough role. Diana would have been sad the Queen was having so many troubles at her great age, but she would have known however frail she might appear, the Queen can deal with anything.
“It was Diana’s membership of the Royal Family that defined her. No matter how hard she tried to take charge of her own destiny, she only managed to break free in the last year of her life. She was happy. Helping others was always her calling and if she was still here it would be the same today."
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Harry and Meghan stepped back from official royal duties in 2020, and it saw them take a back seat during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this year.
Stepping back from royal duties is something that Diana was looking at doing after her divorce, too, according to Ingrid.
She explained: “At last, she would be able to be her own person, do her own thing and spend her own money, as and how she wished. It wasn’t quite like that as she discovered.
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“The royal family still wanted to control her and place restrictions on her future activities and she was terrified she would lose William and Harry to the system she had escaped from herself.
“She insisted she still loved Prince Charles, but once the panic of losing him and being on her own subsided, she began to look for new projects that might benefit from her involvement.”
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