Britain’s Prince Harry has said the memory of his mother Diana’s death more than two decades ago was still incredibly raw and he would not be bullied into “playing the game” with the media that he believes killed her. He was known to be the most affected of the lot when the Erstwhile Princess of Wales had died.
Princess Diana, who became one of the most photographed women on the planet after she married into the British royal family, died in a car crash in 1997 after being followed through the streets of Paris by photographers. It was seen as the perils of the incessant paparazzi who would go to any lengths for a photograph. The paparazzi have also been treating Meghan Markle the similar way, obsessing over stories and her apparent mismatch with the royal family.
Earlier this month Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, began legal action against a newspaper in response to what the couple described as “bullying” by some sections of the British media. At the time, Harry said the treatment of Markle was reminiscent of their approach to his mother.