In his book, Prince Harry strongly criticizes Paul Burrell
Duke of Sussex claims Paul Burrell exploited his mother’s death to make money
Prince Harry describes the events he experienced in 2003 in his book
Prince Harry’s recently released book is full of revelations. If he openly criticizes members of the royal family like Prince William and Kate Middleton, he also attacks former relatives of Princess Diana. In his book, Prince Harry, 38, claims that Paul Burrell used his mother’s death to make money. Note that Paul Burrell, 64, was the Queen’s footman. Thereafter, he was Lady Diana’s butler for 10 years until the princess’s death in 1997.
The Duke of Sussex claims Paul Burrell exploited his mother’s death when he published his book ‘A Royal Duty’. Moreover, in his autobiography, the husband of Meghan Markle affirms that the book of Mr. Burrell, published in 2003, had provoked strong criticism from the royal family. In a statement, the Clarence House brothers had accused Paul Burrell of “cold and open treason”. Faced with these criticisms, Paul Burrell had accepted the suggestion to meet the princes in order to justify his book. He also wanted to talk about the parts of their mother’s life that they didn’t witness, according to Daily Mail. “I would love to tell them what I think,” added Paul Burrell.
Prince Harry: ‘He exploited his disappearance for money’
Archie and Lilibet’s father’s book clearly describes how he learned about Paul Burrell’s book. At the time, Prince Harry was 19 and working as an unpaid farm laborer in Australia. “Mum’s former butler had written a story that told nothing,” says Prince Harry. “It was just a man’s version of events that was self-justifying and self-centered,” he continues, adding, “My mother said of this butler that he was a very good friend. dear and that she trusted him implicitly. So did we. And now this. He exploited her disappearance for money. It made my blood boil.”
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