The death of Princess Diana and its impact on her son Prince Harry is a recurring theme in his memoir, and at the end of the book he reveals that he speaks to his late mother through “a woman of powers.”
The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex, whose book Spare released on January 10 (January 11 in Australia) but has since leaked to Spain, recalls the incredible moment when he realized that his late mother was indeed in the room during the session.
Diana, who died in a car accident in 1997 when Harry was 12, told her son through an unnamed medium: “You’re living the life she couldn’t. You live the life she wanted for you.
Harry, who suspected himself of “trash” when he first sat down with this woman, writes that he immediately felt “an energy around her” that brought him to tears.
And the epiphany came when a woman recounted a personal moment between Harry, his wife Meghan Markle, and their then-toddler Archie that convinced him that his late mother was following him into the afterlife.
The woman said that Diana was telling a story about “decoration”.
Earlier in the book, Harry talks about how Archie accidentally broke his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II’s Christmas tree decoration.
“Your mom says… something about a Christmas decoration?” Mothers? Or grandma? Did it fall? Broken?” the woman apparently told Harry. She added, “She [Diana] was here.”
Harry told her, “Archie was trying to fix it.” The woman replied, “Your mother says she laughed a little about it.”
The woman, Harry writes, told him that his mother was with him “right now” during the reading.
He goes on to explain how Diana said she knew he was “looking for clarity” and that “so many questions” he had would make sense in time.
The details of the session remain vague, and Harry does not mention when or where it happened.
Elsewhere, he reveals that he was taken through the Paris tunnel – Alma’s underground passage – where Diana was killed, to clear up her death at the age of 36.
He also demanded that the driver accelerate to 65 miles (104 km) per hour – the same speed that Diana’s chauffeur was driving before the accident.
Harry writes that no one should die in a “no-frills tunnel”, adding that he “felt almost nothing” as he drove through the “bump” at speed.
“The impact that supposedly caused my mother’s Mercedes to veer off course,” he writes.
“I always imagined the tunnel as some kind of treacherous passage, inherently dangerous, but it was just a short, simple tunnel with no frills.”
After driving through the tunnel three times, Harry writes that he didn’t get the “closure” he was looking for.
Spare officially releases on January 10th, though many of the stories from it have already made their way to news sites after multiple leaks.
Among the most damning claims are Harry’s account of a physical fight with his brother Prince William in 2019, losing his virginity to an older woman when he was 17, and killing a total of 25 people while serving in Afghanistan.
This came after it was revealed that millions had been spent preventing any leaks of Harry’s book ahead of its release, with the same stringent security measures as those previously used to Harry Potter book releases.
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