Prince Harry explains how King Charles informed him that his "mummy," Princess Diana, had passed awayPrince Harry explains how King Charles informed him that his "mummy," Princess Diana, had passed away

Prince Harry explains how King Charles informed him that his "mummy," Princess Diana, had passed away

In "Spare," Prince Harry recalled not crying when his father, King Charles, told him about his mother's passing.In "Spare," Prince Harry recalled not crying when his father, King Charles, told him about his mother's passing.
In "Spare," Prince Harry recalled not crying when his father, King Charles, told him about his mother's passing.
In his shocking autobiography Spare, Prince Harry, 38, said his father King Charles, now 74, did not hug him when he broke the news to him about the passing of his mother Princess Diana in 1997.
Harry recalled the incident, which occurred when he was only twelve, and said, "What I do remember with startling clarity is that I did not cry Not a tear My father did not hug me.".
NBC News reports that during the conversation, Charles did refer to his youngest child as "my dear son.".
Harry also stated in his letter that their father had informed them that Diana had suffered head injuries and was not expected to survive the car accident that occurred in Paris on August 31, 1997.
It was initially thought that paparazzi had contributed to the Pont de l'Alma tunnel accident, but it was later discovered that their driver Henri Paul had been operating the limousine while intoxicated.
This was all a trick, Harry said, and with nothing to do but wander the castle and muse to myself, a suspicion set in.
Since her life has been miserable due to being pursued, harassed, and the subject of lies, she staged an accident as a distraction ...
...and fled, he continued, and this time neither the people around me nor the media were pulling the rabbit out of the hat.
Harry and William drove through the tunnel where their mother died as adults because they wanted to feel the alleged "bump" that sent the car off course.
It was just a short, straightforward, no-frills tunnel. There was no reason anyone should ever perish inside of it. I had always imagined the tunnel as some treacherous passageway, dangerous by nature.