Prince Harry is “constantly” worried, according to a renowned royal biographer, that he would lose his wife Meghan Markle, just as he lost his mother, Princess Diana.
In his latest mental health docuseries “The Me You Can’t See,” Angela Levin, who interviewed Harry for her 2018 book “Harry: Conversations with the Prince,” instantly noticed how nervous the royal seemed. She is so concerned about Harry’s actions that she is now advising him to “step back” from the spotlight so that he can improve himself.
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How dreadful if Harry constantly thinks that he will lose Meghan like he did Diana and blames racism. Plus can't get rid of M's threat to commit suicide. His life sounds too much for him and he should back away from being a woke lecturing celebrity.
— Angela Levin (@angelalevin1) May 24, 2021
On Twitter, Levin wrote, “How dreadful if Harry constantly feels he’ll lose Meghan as he did Diana and blames prejudice.” “Plus, I can’t seem to shake M’s threat of suicide. His life seems to be too much for him, and he should avoid becoming a woke celebrity lecturer.”
This came after Harry admitted in the docuseries that Meghan chose not to commit suicide because she didn’t want him to lose another woman in his life as he did with his mother.
Meghan is manipulating Harry’s emotions by using a ghoulish control system on him.
“What kept her from seeing it through was how unfair it would be on me after all that had happened to my mother and to no one else,” she said.
When Harry’s mother was killed in a car accident in Paris, France in 1997, he was just 12 years old. Before they stepped down as senior royals last year, Harry revealed in his docuseries how serious Meghan was about possibly committing suicide.
“The scariest thing for her was her mental clarity,” he said. “She hadn’t ‘lost it,’ as the saying goes. She wasn’t crazy. She wasn’t self-medicating, whether it was with pills or alcohol. She had been completely sober for a long time. She was perfectly normal. These feelings, however, awoke her in the silence of the night.”
Meghan said in an explosive tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey in March that no one in the royal family was able to support her because it was “women’s work.”