Prince Harry Married Meghan Markle “Because She’s Like Diana”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle retired from their top royal posts earlier this year because they want to be independent, but it really goes further than that. A few months before Meghan and Harry backed away, Harry wrote a letter to Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday the editors of, saying he wanted Meghan’s bullying to stop because he didn’t want her to end up like her mom, Princess Diana. But now we learn that the similarities between Meghan and Diana go beyond careful scrutiny by the British press.
- Former Princess Diana butler Paul Burrell believes Prince Harry chose to marry Meghan Markle because she is similar to her mother, Princess Diana.
- Paul attributes the similarities of Meghan and Diana to their voluntary nature.
According to Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, Harry could have fallen in love with Meghan in the first place because his personality is similar to that of Diana. “Harry left and married Meghan because she is like Diana,” he said in an interview to Closer magazine. “The two women who would always stand up for what they believe in and not be pushed.”
Still, Paul doesn’t think that means they would be besties. “I think maybe they would have clashed,” he said. “I imagine it would have been two strong, independent women with different perspectives on things – it would have been a battle between Meghan’s path and Diana’s path.”
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Perhaps one of the main differences between Meghan and Diana is that Meghan had a better understanding of the media during a royal wedding compared to Diana, Paul theorized, perhaps because Meghan was already in the spotlight.
“I think the main difference between them is that Meghan has a game plan when Diana was young and naive,” added Paul. “Diana made the book with Andrew Morton and wooed the press over the years because she had no voice. doors closed. “
I guess the only logical thing to do now is to analyze the similarities of Meghan and Diana through all of the eras where Meghan reflected Diana’s style. You know, for research purposes.