Ex-assistant of Elizabeth II made a sensational statement: the death of Princess Diana is to blame for the marriage of Prince Harry

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in May 2018.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in May 2018.


Former Queen’s Assistant Dickey Arbiter stated that Prince Harry would never marry Meghan Markleif his mother Princess Diana had lived. In the opinion of the Arbiter, Harry’s life path in this case would have changed quite a lot.

“If Princess Diana were alive today, we wouldn’t be going through this. I doubt that Harry would marry Meghan, because Harry would not be in the state in which he was as a result of the death of his mother, he would have gone a completely different path, – quotes the words of the ex-Queen’s aide British tabloid The Mirror.

According to the Arbiter, princess Diana thought in the right direction, and Prince Harry was “very reasonable” as a child.

At the time of the tragic death of Princess Diana, Harry was 12 years old, and the death of his mother, according to acquaintances with the royal familyhad a profound effect on the boy.

In addition to disapproving remarks about the marriage of Prince Harry and its consequences for the royal family, the Arbitrator also spoke sharply against the BBC in connection with the scandal surrounding the journalist Martin Bashir, who falsified facts in order to obtain Princess Diana’s consent to an exclusive interview.

Recall, in order to ingratiate himself with the princess, Bashir said that the nanny of Princes Harry and William Alexander Pettyfer, known as Tiggy Legge-Bourke, was in an intimate relationship with the boys’ father, Prince Charles.

“It’s shameful that it took the BBC 27 years to apologize to Tiggy Legge-Bourke, as well as the fact that she actually had to go to court and reveal some of her personal details. There is arrogance at the highest levels of the BBC and the belief that they can get away with it, said Dickey the Referee.

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