Prince Harry believes Princess Diana is speaking to Meghan Markle from beyond the grave, according to one royal author.
The Duke of Sussex reportedly told a pal the People's Princess has been reassuring the couple "what they're doing is right", despite having tragically passed away in a car crash in Paris back in 1997.
Royal biographer Tom Bower made the shock claim during an appearance on the GB News segment Dan Wootton Tonight, where he said the bombshell revelation came from "Harry's lips".
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"Harry told a friend that he believes Diana is speaking to Meghan from beyond the grave," the author of the best-selling book Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors told Wootton.
"I’m sure it's true as it came from Harry's lips.
"He told a friend of his that Meghan is in touch with Diana and that Meghan is assuring Harry that his mother is sure that what they’re doing is right and she supports them in everything they are doing."
Wootton was quick to point out Harry's late mother would likely be unhappy about his ongoing rift with his older brother, Prince William.
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In response, Bower said: "Yes, but he needs reassurance. And Meghan has found the perfect vehicle to reassure him that all is well by telling him that his mother approves of everything he has done."
Harry and Meghan stepped down from their royal duties back in 2020.
The pair relocated first to Canada and later to Montecito, California, where they now live with their two young children, Archie and Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor.
Since then the couple have thrown themselves into various media projects with the likes of Spotify and Netflix, as well as spearheading their non-profit organisation Archewell.
However they were dealt a devastating blow when Spotify announced they were pulling the couple's lucrative podcast deal, declaring they had "mutually agreed to part ways" two and a half years into the partnership.
The couple have also shown little sign of reconciliation with their royal relatives, with Harry having recently flown back to the UK but not visiting with his brother or dad, King Charles.
But one royal expert, Richard Palmer, thinks the Sussexes could one day be welcomed back into the fold.
"I'm sure the King would welcome them back," he said during a recent episode of Daily Express' Royal Round Up.
"I mean… he's quite keen to heal that family rift. But, it's obviously very raw at the moment and it's very noticeable."
Dan Wootton Tonight airs on GB News at 9pm from Monday to Thursday.
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