Another reaction. Queen Elizabeth II probably wouldn’t have ignored Prince Harrymemoirs, Spareroyal expert Christopher Andersen said.
“Apparently, nothing could embarrass the queen,” wrote the author The King: The Life of King Charles III exclusively told Us weekly on Wednesday, January 11th. “Keep Calm and Carry On. She probably would have taken some action, as she did with Diana.
Candid interview with Princess Diana Panorama in November 1995 was considered her own decision at the time (it is known that she was persuaded to give an interview after she saw forged documents, only more than 20 years later). “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a little crowded,” Diana famously said in the TV special, referring to King Charles IIIromance with Queen consort Camilla.
The following month, the Queen called on the duo to divorce after three years apart, despite the then Princess of Wales saying she had no desire to end the marriage.
“Having reviewed the current situation, the Queen wrote to the Prince and Princess earlier this week and gave them her opinion, supported by the Duke of Edinburgh, on the desirability of a speedy divorce. The Prince of Wales also holds this view and informed the Princess of Wales following the letter,” Buckingham Palace said in a December 21, 1995, statement. “The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will continue to do everything in their power.” help and support the Prince and Princess of Wales, especially their children, during this difficult period.”
Diana agreed to a legal divorce in February 1996 and the paperwork was completed in August. She died a year after the divorce in a car accident in Paris.
Andersen said Us that the Duke of Sussex is in a “similar situation” after his memoir dropped bomb after bomb, including an alleged physical fight with Prince William and Charles’ awkward jokes about Harry’s paternity rumors.
“[Queen Elizabeth] definitely this is the person who started it all the minute she wouldn’t allow part-time royal status. She could; she could have made for the Sussexes all the comforts they wanted. She chose not to. Because you either fully enter or exit, ”the author noted. “She, apparently, did not hesitate to deprive him of military ranks, parade ranks, which was a really crushing blow for him.”
The royal expert believes that the new monarch can take a cue from his mother. “So I think maybe Charles will guide her in terms of that kind of power and at some point do something drastic so he can put that behind him. Whether he can do it before May, I don’t know. But at some point he will probably have to do it,” Andersen said.
With a report by Christina Garibaldi
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