Knowledge can never be underestimated. And that is very much evident in Prince Harry’s effort who has come to honour his mother’s stand with utmost liberalism.
Paying tribute to the tortured mother
Recently, royal expert Leslie Carroll has alleged that if Princess Diana could have seen her youngest son at present, she couldn’t just hide her pride as Harry has all the way been courageous to protect his family with the privilege of independence.
She shared with Express.co.uk saying, “She loved America; and no one understood better than Diana how suffocating the palace protocols were, especially to members of the family who could not be in lockstep with them.”
Countering the royal charade
Cut back to the present time, just look at Harry and Meghan. How astoundingly similar they are to Diana!
Ms Carroll further revealed, “Diana and Harry—and Meghan, as well—are all very physically and emotionally expressive people who wear their hearts on their sleeves, behaviour that is antithetical to the public persona of a royal”. But Diana had to bear the brunt of the imperial brood who withdrew everyone’s attention within the household as an alien grounded in reality. Carrol, however, elaborated, “Diana understood as well what it felt like to be criticised by the ‘men in grey,’ as she nicknamed the palace bureaucrats, for being different from the other members of the royal family.”
Relieving Diana’s stifling soul
Later on, she remarked, “As examples of their continued commitment, and very much in Diana’s mould”, the royal couple parted their way into a new kingdom. There comes the role of determination.
In 1995, Dina in an interview with BBC allegedly hoped for her son’s enlightening future as she told, “And they have knowledge – they may never use it, but the seed is there, and I hope it will grow because knowledge is power.” Indeed, that has carved out an independent position out of the Windsor Castle till date.
However, last year while speaking to ITV, Prince Harry disclosed the impact that his royal lifestyle had come to pose upon his psychological stance, which he said demanded “constant management”.