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Until he was 23, Prince Harry believed his mother, Princess Diana, feigned her own death

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For quite some time. I simply refused to accept her absence. However, the Duke of Sussex, 38, detailed to Anderson Cooper during a 60 Minutes interview on Sunday, January 8, that “part of it may have felt like” this was all part of a plan. For a while, I thought she was still alive, and then she’d call us, and we’d go join her. Follow For More Updates at

For a long time, Prince Harry and his brother Prince William believed Princess Diana had staged her own death. The Duke of Sussex opened up about Princess Diana’s fatal accident in an interview with Anderson Cooper. The Princess of Wales died when Harry was only 12 years old.

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During the televised interview, Anderson mentioned an excerpt from Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir, Spare, in which he admits that he thought his mother faked her own death to avoid the excessive media attention.

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“Years,” he said when asked how long he had believed in this theory. Years and years. William and I also discussed it. He was thinking along the same lines.”

On August 31, 1997, Princess Diana was killed in a car accident in Paris, France. In his autobiography Spare, which is set to be released on January 10, he mentions driving through the same tunnel where his mother was killed. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

Harry has made some startling revelations in his book Spare, which have caused quite a stir on social media. He has spared no details in his autobiography, from his time in Afghanistan to his feud with his brother William.

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