Prince Harry has Diana's death re-examined

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Prince Harry has Diana's death re-examined
Prince Harry has Diana's death re-examined

Prince Harry apparently has no peace after his mother's death. Now the British dropout royal has de alt intensively with the last hours of his late mother, Princess Diana, for his upcoming book. The British newspaper "The Sun" learned this from Paris legal circles.

Diana's tragic death re-examined

So the royal tried to "get more information about his mother's death," a source revealed: "There are many people in France who remember the night of the accident. It's only natural that Diana's son would want to know more about this for his book."

Prince Harry is currently working with a ghostwriter on his memoirs, which will be released later this year - accompanied by TV and podcast projects.

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His memoirs are so profound

The book is intended to focus on the immediate period following the loss of his mother in August 1997. Harry blames this tragedy for his psychological problems, which he at times tried to solve with alcohol and drugs when he was younger.

The book, which the US journalist J. R. Moehringer works should not contain any criticism of Queen Elizabeth II. His difficult relationship with father Prince Charles and brother Prince William are therefore addressed.

From crash to death

Died at the age of 36

Princess Diana died at the age of 36 in an accident in a Paris tunnel. Her car crashed into a pillar at high speed while fleeing paparazzi. Her partner at the time, Dodi Al-Fayed, and the driver, Henri Paul, also died. Paul was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.

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