Diana’s ex-bodyguard makes harsh judgment about his marriage to Meghan
To build a new life with Duchess Meghan, Prince Harry turned his back on his homeland and family about three years ago. However, a long-time confidant of Princess Diana doubts that he has found happiness with it.
Ken Wharfe was Princess Diana’s bodyguard from 1988 to 1993, † 36, side, so he also knew her sons Prince William, 40, and Prince Harry, 38, from childhood. However, after the publication of “Spare”, Harry’s memoirs, he expresses concerns about Harry’s happiness. His assessment of the relationship with Duchess Meghan, 41, is by no means positive. He even believes that “something is wrong”.
Prince Harry under Meghan’s control?
“If you look at the wedding and the public events that followed – one in Nottingham and one in London – she is [Meghan] the consummate actress, the consummate performer,” he said when asked by GB News. “You could see the look in Harry’s eyes that said, ‘Hey, look what I have, it’s amazing’, but When did everything break?” asks Diana’s former confidant.
He can’t say whether “he’s completely under her control, as some people claim,” but admits: “It seems to me that something is wrong in this relationship.”
Ken Wharfe believes that he has recognized this, among other things, in the last interviews that Harry gave to promote his book. When asked if Harry looked happy and like the Harry he once knew, the ex-bodyguard explained that he seemed “quite confident” after all he had “had a good teacher for the last three or four years”. .
Ken Wharfe thinks Harry isn’t happy
And yet he doesn’t think Harry is happy. The reason: “If you look at him until his marriage, Harry was the prankster. He was the most popular member of the royal family. At that time he was even more popular than the late queen. “Suddenly his and hers fell [Meghans] popularity to a level no one could have imagined.”
Ken Wharfe also cannot imagine that Prince Harry did not feel comfortable in his role as “substitute”. He recalls a time when he and William fought as children in the back seat of the car Diana was driving. Harry leaned over to his brother and said, “You’re okay with that, you’ll be king one day and I won’t, so I can do whatever I want.” And that’s exactly what Harry has done, Wharfe adds.
Source used: gbnews.uk, express.co.uk