Princess Diana loved her sons so “passionately” that she would have approved of Prince Harry’s move to California.
On Tuesday, the late royal’s voice trainer told Us Weekly the Princess of Wales had her ‘eye on a property’ in Malibu, Calif., Shortly before his sudden death in 1997 at the age of 36.
“She was talking about buying a property in Malibu [saying] it would be “really great” for the boys to have the freedom to surf, “said Stewart Pearce. “Because they’re both very athletic, you know, but they can surf, rollerblade, they can frisbee. So she would be in total favor [of Harry’s move]. »
The English author recently wrote a book called “Diana: The Voice of Change” which details how she wanted to use her voice to shake up the monarchy and bring about positive change in the world. Pearce believes Diana’s youngest son, 36, and his wife Meghan Markle, 39, are doing just that as Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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“They really assume a large part of its heritage, to bring liberation to the disenfranchised, the dissociated, to the LGBTQ + community, [the] Black lives matter [and] Me too [movements] Pearce explained. It’s all in understanding what liberation she wanted to bring about in the sense of using her position as an egalitarian or humanitarian role because people considered her to be the most iconic. “
« [Diana] I wanted to use this position in a really positive way to say, “Look, if I can support this, then there is no reason the collective cannot support this very genuine, genuine and integral process that brings the liberation of the human spirit, ”he added.
Pearce also noted that Diana would have been proud of Harry for shedding light on mental health issues, as well as the difficulties of navigating royal life.
“I feel, as you know, that [the couple’s] the voice is a voice of liberation and they do exactly what Diana would have wanted them to do, ”Pearce told the outlet. There is still a lot of upheaval about Harry’s interaction [during his CBS tell-all], moving on to mindfulness and all the mental health issues it exhibits. There is a lot of contempt in the collective break-up that needs to be expressed. Our job is to express it. So we get down on our knees. “
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In 2019, Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell told Fox News the princess was considering crossing the pond.
The 63-year-old served as Queen Elizabeth II’s footman before starting work for the Princess of Wales in 1987 until his death.
“She turned her search to America,” he said at the time. “Ironically, we had plans for a house on America’s West Coast in Malibu. It belonged to Blake Edwards and [his wife] Julie Andrews. We had the plans for this house and we dedicated the rooms to William and Harry and the Princess. Myself, my wife and the children were going to live above the house. His future therefore turned to America. “
“And I believe with all my heart that Meghan will want to raise her half-American children, so they will need a place here,” Burrell added. “It wouldn’t surprise me if they bought a seat in the United States. “
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s departures from royal duties began in 2020 over what they described as British media intrusions and racist attitudes towards the former ‘Suits’ star. The family now resides in the coastal town of Montecito, California.
After stepping down from royal duties, they gave Oprah Winfrey an explosive TV interview in March, in which the couple described painful comments about Archie’s skin color before he was born. The Duchess has spoken of the intense isolation she felt within the royal family which led her to consider suicide.
Buckingham Palace said the couple’s allegations of racism were “concerning” and would be dealt with in private.
Winfrey, 67, and Harry collaborated on the Apple TV + mental health series “The Me You Can’t See”.
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On June 4, the couple welcomed their second child, a daughter named Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. The child is eighth to the British throne.
The name pays homage to both Harry’s grandmother, whose family nickname is Lilibet, and his late mother.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.