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Royal Author Believes Prince Harry's Deep Wounds of his Mother's Death Have Never Healed

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By Alan Blake

Tina Brown, 66, penned down The Diana Chronicles in 2007 and was also the editor of Vanity Fair and Tatler. According to The New York Times, the royal author is currently working on a new book, entitled ‘The Palace Papers.’

She allegedly agreed to write the book about the royals in the last summer before the family was hit by the craziness that has been going on since the Megxit announcement. The book which Crown will be publishing is about what has been happening since Princess Diana’s times.

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Tina Brown Talks about Prince Harry

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In the opinion of Brown, Prince Harry has been living an unhappy man. She feels that Harry is deeply wounded by the death of his mother, and the confusion of his roles, given that he is the second royal son.

Brown also feels that the fact that Harry was a military man who loved the career, but then left without a purpose, contributes to making him unhappy. Harry and his wife Meghan announced on January 8, their intention to step back as senior members of the royal family.

Brown Thinks Prince Charles has done his Best

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Tina Brown believes that the recent crises in the royal family have given Prince Charles a perfect opportunity to prove he is worth becoming the king in future. He has played his role perfectly as a dad in showing care and understanding the psychological health of his son, as well as looking into what needs to be done to keep the monarchy self-preserving.

Charles also took a decisive stand concerning Prince Andrew, who had a controversial exit from the family, saying that he had to go.

Royal Family Suffers Another Blow

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After the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s departure for Canada, the Queen’s eldest grandson Peter Philips is the next scandalous thing in the family after his expected split from wife Autumn. According to reports from the couple’s friends, Peter feels devastated and in shock, after his wife of 12 years sought to go her way.

The news caught Peter by surprise, as he had all the time thought he was in a happy marriage. The 42-year-old is the son of Captain Mark Philips and Princess Anne.

Queen’s Eldest Grandson to Lose Entire Family

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Autumn, who is Canadian, is set to go back to her home country with their two daughters. Savannah and Isla hold dual citizenship, and will be leaving for Canada with their mom after the split.

Autumn’s decision to depart is perhaps accelerated by the departure of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are now along with their son, living in Canada. Tina feels that the royal family is facing a struggle trying to maintain the public eye on its side in the modern era.

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