I cannot remember where I was when I heard the news but that is irrelevant. What is important is how I felt about Princess Diana and her loss, which were ones of admiration, love and sadness; she was a very special woman.
Whether I believe in if her death was a conspiracy or not; sadly, nothing will bring her back but what will always be in my heart and head will be what she did for the Royal family, the way she was, her outstanding beauty and what she did for her many charities. I believe that no current or future princess will ever come close.
You all know that I am highly spiritual and, though I have never been “in contact” with Diana, I believe that I now what she feels. She is very worried about her younger son, Harry and so this post is directed at him.
“Dear Prince Harry,
Your beloved late mother and I are very worried about you. You have changed, sadly for the worse, and “we” put this down to your wife, Megan. Neither I or your mother consider her to be a princess, given what she has down to not only break you away from your family but for what she has actively done to hurt the Royal Family.
You may believe that you love her; I believed that too with both of my ex wives but they tried to change me into something that they thought I should be and it eventually ended in a great deal of sadness and hurt. My partner, who was in the middle, took me for what I was, warts and all. We rarely argued but took care of each other, as I had done for my wives but, for them it was not enough.
It is not enough for your wife either. Even on the 25th anniversary of your mother’s death, she is dictating the narrative and that narrative is all about her, not your mother. Deep down, my two wives thought only about themselves and Megan is exactly the same; she thinks only about herself.
Like for my wives, your wife searched you out. Though you and I are very different, the marriage was not about “us”; it was about Megan and marrying a prince, with the accompanying riches and fame.
The British people loved you and were happy when you got married, as everyone knew what you had been through and that you seemed to have found happiness. No one now believes that you are happy, as your wife has shown her true colours.
My advice to you, for what it is worth, is to leave Megan and to rebuild the bridges with your brother and father. After everything that has happened, you are considered a “puppet on a string” by the British people; the puppet master being your wife. They have lost all respect for you and that is solely down to your wife.
You are lying to yourself Harry. I did during my two marriages but then I crashed and burned. Throw away those rose tinted glasses and return to being your true self. Return to the bosom of your family and the British people. Deep down, you know that you will never achieve true happiness until there are huge changes in your life.
As I was, you felt alone and wanted a soul mate. For a relationship to work, you have to be total equals but that will NEVER happen whilst you are married to Megan. I only became an equal when I was with my partner but she sadly died from cancer. Even though we were together for two years, they were the most profound and happiest two years of my life, ever.
Harry, do it for yourself and do it for your children. They will thank you for it later in life, once they realise how unhappy you were when you were married.