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Prince Harry: why he does not react, like his brother, to the controversial interview with their mother, Lady Diana?

25 years ago, Martin Bashir got an interview with Lady Diana, where the latter answered very personal questions about her marriage and her mental health. Discreet since his withdrawal from the British royal family, Prince Harry is currently criticized by some media for not adding his voice to that of his brother, Prince William, on the issue of a new investigation into the circumstances that led Lady Diana talking to BBC reporter. A source close to the Duke of Sussex then told People: “Sadly, some people not only see this as a search for truth, but also try to use it as an opportunity to try to drive a wedge between the brothers.”

Over the years, Prince Harry has spoken about how his mother’s passing when he was just 12 years old had affected him deeply. If the latter did not react to the investigation carried out by the BBC, the source of the American magazine added: “You don’t need a public statement to imagine what he feels in private, people know How much his mother means to him. He has spoken courageously in the past about loss and grief, and the immense impact it has had on him. ” For his part, Prince William said he was in favor of the investigation via a statement released by Kensington Palace. He said: “The independent investigation is a step in the right direction. It should help establish the truth behind the actions which led to the Panorama interview and the subsequent decisions taken by those at the BBC at the time. . ”

Charles Spencer’s accusations

Days after the Sunday Times reported that Martin Bashir had created fake bank statements for Lady Diana to agree to be interviewed for BBC Panorama, the late princess’ brother Charles Spencer told People: “The BBC does has yet to apologize for what really matters here: the incredibly serious tampering of bank statements suggesting that Diana’s closest confidants were spying on her for her enemies. ” Before adding: “This is what led me to talk to Diana about such things. This led to the meeting where I introduced Diana to Bashir on September 19, 1995. This then led to the interview. The BBC has so far refused to acknowledge the above. They claim that Diana was not misled. They ignored my request to know if the apologies for their fake bank statements extend to those who really persuaded Diana to meet Bashir. ” Last week the BBC said an apology had been made to Charles Spencer and that it would hold a “solid and independent investigation.”

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