The recent interviews carried out by Prince Harry to promote his memoirs, Spare (In the shadow, in Spanish), which have just seen the light, are going around the world. The youngest son of the current King of England has revealed some of the controversial issues that he details in this book and that promises to shake the foundations of a historic institution like the British Royal House, from the reaction to the death of his mother, Diana of Wales , to the complex relationship he has with his brother, Prince William.
In addition to his statements, due to an error, some of the fragments have been leaked ahead of time causing media from across the globe to have accessed the ins and outs of Prince Harry’s memories firsthand. Thanks to this, Daily Mail has been able to obtain information about another of the episodes that Prince Harry details in Spare and that will not leave the reader indifferent. This is an anecdote that took place in 2017 just before Meghan Markle traveled to India.
At that time, the youngest son of Carlos III advised his couple not to be photographed in front of the Taj Mahal for fear of being criticized for trying to imitate Lady Di. According to Harry himself, Meghan Markle did not know what she was talking about, she had never even seen the photo of Diana of Wales that she was talking about, so she was surprised by that warning.
It should be remembered that this is one of the most iconic photographs of the then Princess of Wales, which was taken in 1992 on her tour of the Asian country and in which she appears alone before the historical monument. An image that for many was a reflection of her relationship with the eldest son of Elizabeth II.
For all this, there have been multiple reactions on social networks that have questioned this episode and they do not really believe that the exactriz had not heard of that snapshot before, since it is a moment in which a relationship had already begun. with Prince Harry.
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