- A person close to the royal family recently made the statement that Princess Diana would have been proud of her son Harry
- The opinion comes after Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle revealed why they decided to part ways with their royal duties
- Many shocking revelations were made by the former royal couple during a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey recently
Royal expert, Omid Scoobie, recently made a very bold statement about the late Princess Diana and her son Prince Harry. According to Omid, Diana would be extremely proud of Harry for speaking out about life behind the scenes as a royal family member.
Omid's assumption comes not long after Prince Harry and his wife, US actress Meghan Markle, did a tell-all interview with talk show host Oprah Winfrey during which they let many cats out of the bag about alleged racism and mistreatment they received from certain royal family members.
Speaking during an E! News interview, Omid touched on the fact that many people expressed views that Diana had come to regret a Panaroma interview she did only two years before her passing.
He then went to say that her doing the interview signified how much she was all for people speaking their truth - even those truths that can be considered difficult and not to mention on a public platform under many prying eyes. And this is what Prince Harry and Meghan did in their interview.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the world has been left in shocked after Meghan Markle made some startling revelations about getting married into the royal family. According to Meghan in a recent Oprah Winfrey interview, not only she but her first son baby Archie had been subjected to racial discrimination.
According to Markle, before the birth of baby Archie, some royal family members had raised concerns about the skin tone the little one would be born with - obviously worried that he may be on the darker side.
The former Dutchess and wife of Prince Harry then revealed that baby Archie had been stripped of any royal titles and was also not provided with the royal protection that is customary for babies born in the royal lineage.
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