Prince Harry mentioned his late mom, Princess Diana, in a post when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched the official website of their non-profit organization, Archewell. Their post featuring the late Princess of Wales sparked various rumors, including speculations that he is writing a tell-all book about Princess Diana.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle launched the website of their charitable organization a couple of weeks ago. They featured a touching photo of the young prince perched on Princess Diana’s shoulder. The outlet noted that Princess Diana continues to be a guiding light in his life, and he has even written a “tell-all book” about their relationship, New Idea reported.
The report cited a blogger named “Harry Markle,” who claimed that the photo posted on the website was just the beginning. The anonymous blogger added that he was writing a book about the late Princess of Wales via a ghostwriter. It will cover the truth behind Princess Diana, which ties with Archewell’s theme of playing the dead Diana card.
“So it’s unknown if Buckingham Palace is even aware of it,” the blogger wrote.
Rumored tell-all debunked
Gossip Cop debunked the report and even called it a rude attack from an anonymous blogger who has no insight. The rumor-debunking site pointed out that the duke only wanted to honor his late mom and legacy. However, it used the cheap attack claiming that he was “playing the dead Diana” card as if Prince Harry would only use his mother for publicity.
The rumor-debunking site called the blog gross, and its reporting impossible to take.
Gossip Cop noted that New Idea has a tacky history of covering stories about Prince Harry and Markle. For instance, two weeks ago, it also claimed that Prince William was suing his brother over the Sussexes’ podcast on Spotify.
The tabloid speculated that Meghan Markle’s husband would use the platform to trash the royal family. The outlet noted that there is no $48 million-lawsuit from the Duke of Cambridge.
Prince William and Prince Harry’s relationship has gotten better one year after the Megxit. Royal expert Katie Nicholl spoke about the royal brothers and their bond with Entertainment Tonight.
The Sussexes and the Cambridges had phone and video calls over Christmas and New Year. They also exchanged presents during the holidays.
“It was an opportunity in an otherwise very busy and chaotic year for both of the families to come together and connect, albeit virtually,” she said.
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