Prince Harry admits he feared ending up like his mother

The prince harry, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, has admitted in an interview with American presenter Oprah Winfrey that he feared that the problems faced by his mother, Diana of Wales, when she was left out of the British royal family would be repeated.

The Dukes of Sussex, who departed from the monarchy a year ago, They have given an interview to Winfrey that will be broadcast by the American network CBS on March 7, but some excerpts have been advanced and published by the British media.

Prince Harry claims to feel “relieved” to have his wife, Meghan, during this process of separation from the monarchy, for which they will not work again, and admitted not being able to imagine what his mother went through after the separation from Prince Charles.

Diana of Wales separated from the Prince of Wales and heir to the British throne in 1992 and years later divorced. The princess lost her life on August 31, 1997 in an accident in Paris.

My biggest concern was that history would repeat itself. For me, I am really relieved and happy to be sitting here, talking to you and my wife next to me.”Prince Henry said in these advanced excerpts, in which the Duchess of Sussex, pregnant with her second child, does not speak.

The youngest son of Prince Charles, 36, He stressed that for him and his wife, Meghan, the process of separation from the British royal family “has been incredibly hard.”

Diana of Wales stopped being treated as “Royal Highness” when she divorced Prince Charles in August 1996.

According to CBS, the couple will use the interview, recorded on a patio with a garden in the background, to talk about their residence in the US and their plans for the future.