Prince Harry said that the cause of Princess Diana’s death was racism in the royal family.

Prince Harry made a number of scandalous statements in a new interview with Oprah Winfrey on AppleTV+’s The Me You Can’t See. In particular, the Duke of Sussex paid a lot of attention during the conversation to his mother, the late Princess Diana. He recalled how hard he experienced her death, which eventually led to his addiction to alcohol and drugs.

In addition, Prince Harry hinted that Lady Di was a victim of racist views in the royal family. It seems that the scandal that erupted in the background of Meghan Markle’s statements in early March, does not stop him in the slightest. Recall that at the time, Harry’s wife said that Buckingham Palace was concerned about what skin color her son Archie, who will be born in May 2019, will have.

In a new interview with Oprah, Prince Harry made it clear that history is repeating itself, and drew parallels between the attacks Meghan Markle has been subjected to and those against Princess Diana. “My mother was harassed until the day she died when she was in a relationship with someone who was not white,” he noted. – It’s incredibly disturbing to know that I could lose another woman in my life. The list grows as long as this business model exists, as long as these people and this industry exists.”

Prince Harry stressed that he no longer intends to put up with it, and he regretted that he had not brought up racism in public when he first started dating Meghan.

Recall that Princess Diana died in 1997 in a car accident after she had been dating the Egyptian film producer Dodi Al-Fayed for several months and their relationship became public. The circumstances of the couple’s death are still not fully elucidated. When Meghan Markle, while pregnant, told Prince Harry that she was going to kill herself, he decided to break the vicious circle and do anything for the happiness of his wife and child. This eventually led to the Megzite.