No wonder Harry acts the way he does…
A renowned royal biographer is speaking out this week to say that Prince Harry is “constantly” worried that he’ll lose his wife Meghan Markle like he lost his mother, Princess Diana.
Angela Levin, who interviewed Harry for her 2018 book “Harry: Conversations with the Prince,” immediately noticed how anxious the royal seemed in his new mental health docuseries “The Me You Can’t See.” In fact, she was so worried by how she saw him acting that she is now recommending that Harry “back away” from the spotlight so that he can better himself.
“How dreadful if Harry constantly thinks that he will lose Meghan like he did Diana and blames racism,” Levin wrote on Twitter. “Plus can’t get rid of M’s threat to commit suicide. His life sounds too much for him and he should back away from being a woke lecturing celebrity.”
This came after Harry revealed in the docuseries that Meghan decided not to commit suicide because she did not want him to lose another woman in his life the way he lost his mother.
This is horrific emotional manipulation and a ghoulish control mechanism Meghan is using on Harry.
“The thing that stopped her from seeing it through was how unfair it would be on me after everything that had happened to my mum and to now be put in a position of losing another woman in my life, with a baby inside of her, our baby,” Harry said, according to Page Six.
Harry was only 12 years old when his mother was killed in a car crash in Paris, France back in 1997. In his docuseries, Harry opened up about just how serious Meghan was about potentially committing suicide before they stepped down as senior royals last year.
“The scariest thing for her was her clarity of thought,” he said. “She hadn’t ‘lost it.’ She wasn’t crazy. She wasn’t self-medicating, be it through pills or through alcohol. She was absolutely sober. She was completely sane. Yet in the quiet of the night, these thoughts woke her up.”
In Meghan’s explosive tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey back in March, she claimed nobody in the royal family was willing to help her because it “wouldn’t be good for the institution.”