Prince Harry’s memoir is being awaited with growing anticipation. To the dismay of the royal family, he wants to talk about all aspects of his life, the renegade royal announced. Now a former coach of Princess Diana has spoken up and believes he knows Harry’s true goals.
London – Although a specific date is still pending, Prince Harry’s (37) memoirs have been announced for this year. The ex-royal, who turned his back on the crown in 2020 with his wife Meghan Markle (41), had his publisher Penguin Random House spread the word that he would talk about all aspects of his life. An adviser to his late mother Princess Diana (36, † 1997), Stewart Pearce (60) has now exclusively in “OK! Magazine” what the Duke of Sussex’s intentions are likely to be with the book.
Harry believes in honesty and transparency, reveals his mother’s ex-trainer
The former private voice and presence trainer of the Princess of Wales has dug deep into the subject as the author of the book “Diana: the Voice of Change”. With his new work, Prince Harry wants to shake off public perception as a broker. He feels like a “victim,” Pearce said in an interview. “Right now, very few people seem to understand where he’s coming from, they just think he’s a whiner,” the author estimates .
It’s no coincidence: since leaving for the United States, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have given humanitarian speeches or discussed climate change. The fact that despite their sermons they get on private jets, make mega deals like the Netflix contract and jet around the world has brought them a lot of criticism. However, Harry is not a whiner, rather Harry speaks to the invisible, Stewart defends the Duke of Sussex.
Focusing on uncomfortable truths was also a matter close to Diana’s heart
Harry wants to correct many false stories about his life since Diana’s death, explains the former adviser, who fully supports Harry. He sees the order book as part of the ongoing process that Harry has to deal with when he was confronted with Diana’s accidental death in Paris at the age of twelve. In Pearce’s eyes, Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson (96) even inherited his mother’s courage and is ready to face the consequences.
The coach is convinced that Diana would eventually have published her own tell-all book. Her second son follows in her footsteps and investigates Diana’s car accident. Too many questions seem unanswered to him. It remains to be seen whether the publication of a family sweeping blow will bring him the hoped-for peace. Sources used: Twitter @PenguinUKBooks, ok.co.uk, okmagazine.com