Total shock in the Royal House! Prince Harry called a psychic to contact Princess Diana

For most of his life, Prince Harry suffered from the trauma of losing his mother at a young age. He was just 12 years old when Princess Diana died in a tragic accident in Paris while being pursued by paparazzi. In all the stories that he gives in his book “The Reserve,” the greatest suffering and mistakes in his childhood and adolescence were caused, according to the author himself, by this trauma, as well as the coldness he experienced between his parents and harassment from the media. Brings to you in the series “The Confessions of Prince Harry” the most important revelations made by the youngest son of the current King of Great Britain, Henry III, in his autobiography.

He suffered throughout his childhood and youth due to the fact that it was called "Reserve" and was considered "insignificant", "a shadow, a support, a plan B."

"I didn't think my mother was in a coffin"

• He reports in his book that although his fondest memories are associated with Balmoral Castle, which he considers "the paradise of his childhood", it was there that he learned the saddest news, such as the death of his mother on August 31, 1997. He describes the scene in which, when he was 12 years old, his father came to wake him up to tell him that Princess Diana had died in a tragic car accident in Paris. “He put his hand on my knee and said, ‘Dear boy, your mother was in a car accident. (...) I’m afraid she didn’t survive.” He has been plagued by this injury for years and reports that until he was 23, he hoped it would return. He says that it was only at the funeral that he had time to cry a little: “I cried, but I didn’t think that my mother was in the coffin.”

“How he wishes he were here.”

• He says that he had periods when the image of the mother was present throughout the day. He woke up saying to himself, “Maybe this is the big day.” And after breakfast: “Maybe he’ll show up again this morning.” And after lunch: “Maybe it will appear again in the afternoon.” His obsession continued into the night, when he had torturous dreams revolving around the same theme - how his mother would return, either by staging a triumphant return, or by appearing incognito, in disguise, in which case Harry would ask. her, in a dream: “Mom, is that you?” But he never received an answer, because every time he woke up at that moment.

He only realized that his mother was truly dead after he asked to see the file compiled by the police after the accident. and after he himself crossed the Pont d'Alma tunnel at the same speed as the car in which his mother died. But even after that, the memory of his mother returned to his thoughts, even on such holidays as the wedding of his brother William to Kate Middleton in 2011. Then, in church, he was overwhelmed by memories of his mother’s funeral, and he admits: “It was very difficult for me to think about the fact that my mother was in the kingdom of death.” Some time later he will amusingly present the toasts of the knights of honor, even waving thongs made of royal ermine fur. But he ended his speech in a serious tone, talking about “mommy”: “How he wished she were here. How she would love Kate and how happy she would be to see the love between you two.”

Prince Harry had a special relationship with his mother, Princess Diana. Photo: Profimedia

• He also reports that as a child he was greatly affected by the fact that the staff of the Royal House, including his father they joked about him being a "flower child." All the rumors, says Prince Harry, started because Major James Hewitt, who was once suspected of being one of Princess Diana's lovers, had very red hair, which he resembled. “My mother met him after I was born,” explains “Reserve,” wanting to thus close bad mouths and gossip once and for all. Harry makes it clear that he was very affected by these jokes, even if they were innocent...

• He admits that he felt throughout his childhood, before his mother died and even while their parents were married, "lack of affection" between his parents. “We (he and William, no) didn’t understand what was going on between them. I felt the lack of affection between them and the warmth of the house. William was the first to realize that they had problems, and he also suffered a lot because of it,” Harry says in his book “The Reserve.”

• He also says that passion for the army comes from childhood, because his favorite toys were toy soldiers, which he "projected battles" with, and paintball games, which he played on the 100% as if they were real battles, with real ammunition.

“It made me feel different.”

He had many nicknames. His father and brother call him Harold, although his legal name is Henry Charles Albert David. Most of his friends call him X, others call him Baz, Bazza, Spike, Uskativool and Bazaruni, and his wife calls him Khaz.

When he was 17 he was offered a "line of cocaine" in someone's home and used the drug several more times, but insists media reports that he was addicted to the drug were false. And he also denies that he was admitted to rehab. He also talked about using cocaine and abusing alcohol and other drugs: "It wasn't much fun and it didn't make me particularly happy, but I felt different and that was my main goal." Reuters.com reports this. He also described how, as a student at Eton College, he smoked marijuana with other classmates in the school's toilet.

• He was very impressed that his father didn't pull his ears when he found out he was using drugs and he says he didn't even stop the avalanche of press articles about it at the time because that's what his image consultant would have told him to do. Harry hints in his book that the current King Henry III was told it would be better for the public to perceive him as a "troubled single parent."

• Also in the chapters where he talks about the memories of his adolescence, he admits that then when a guy preferred to go golfing or drink beer and smoke weed.

Only at the funeral could he cry, but even then he did not believe that his mother was no longer alive

• He never felt at the intellectual level required to attend Eton College and says that he had difficulty coping with the rigor and pace of training. He asked several times to be in classes with "beginners", especially in French, which he could not learn. He was also very irritated by the clothes there, a black tailcoat and white shirt, which he considered “funeral” and which because of this brought back unpleasant memories of his mother’s funeral ceremony.

• He says that he succeeded in what he thought was impossible, namely take courses at Eton College, and admits that his performance was facilitated by the fact that, in addition to studying, he also meditated for many hours. At that time, he reports that the press accused him of copying, of being a “liar and a fraud,” and he wanted to hold a conference at which he would refute this information. However, his father advised him to do as he always did: "Don't complain, never give an explanation and never pay attention."

• It was noted for being he was unable to hug his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. He details one of the times he tried to do this, describing how she walked away and he felt extremely embarrassed, especially since the scene did not take place in an intimate setting or only in the presence of family members, but in public.

• He also talked about loss of virginity noting that it was an "inglorious episode" - which took place on the grass, behind the bar - that the partner was much older, a lady who loved horses very much and who, perhaps because of this, according to him, treated him like a "young stallion"

“Mom is not dead, she is hiding”

Prince Harry has revealed that he sought the help of a medium to “talk” to his mother after her death. During the session, he was told that Princess Diana was very surprised when grandson Archie broke the Queen's Christmas decoration and that Harry was "living the life he wanted" for you.

Photo: Profimedia

He also admits in his book that he dreamed about her very often, and from the age of 12 to 23, he continued to hope that Princess Diana was not actually dead, but was living in hiding and would return at some point in her life. He continued to mentally repeat: “Mom is not dead, she is hiding.”

First great love, victim of press harassment

Also in his book, Harry says that he was always disgusted when he saw the reactions of those who met him, because he did not want to feel like a special person or be loved for his royal title.

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“I wanted to meet a woman who wouldn’t roll her eyes when she met me,” he says, which is how he introduces Chelsy Davy, his first love, with whom he had a seven-year relationship.

They also shared a common passion for Africa, being from Cape Town. The prince reveals that he thought about making the relationship official, noting that he really liked his "future in-laws" but they eventually broke up, mainly because she could no longer cope with the press harassment...

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Total shock in the Royal House! Prince Harry called a psychic to contact Princess Diana