Prince Harry has revealed that he doesn’t think the paparazzi will stop until Meghan Markle dies in a new mental health documentary called The Me You Can’t See.
The documentary has Prince Harry sitting down with Oprah and talking about his mental health issues and how his buried grief around the death of his mother impacted his life until he sought therapy four years ago.
He also compared the treatment of his mother to the treatment of his wife.
“My biggest regret is not making more of a stance earlier on in my relationship with my wife and calling out racism than when I did,” Harry said.
“My mother was chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone who wasn’t white. And now look what’s happened.”
“You want to talk about history repeating itself? They’re not going to stop until she (Meghan) dies,” Harry added.
“It’s incredibly triggering to potentially lose another woman in my life. The list is growing. And it all comes back to the same people, the same business model, the same industry.”
Prince Harry also admitted that sharing the death of his mother with the world made the 12-year-old Harry feel “outside of my body”.
“Sharing the grief of my mother’s death with the world … It was like I was outside of my body,” he said.
“Just walking along doing what was expected of me. Showing one tenth of the emotion that everyone else was showing.
“I was like, ‘This was my mum. You never even met her’.”
“I don’t want to think about her, because if I think about her it’s going to bring up the fact that I can’t bring her back,” Harry said.
“It’s just going to make me sad. What’s the point of thinking about something sad, what’s the point of thinking about someone you’ve lost and you’re never going to get back again.
“I was so angry with what happened. And the fact that there was no justice, at all, nothing came from that.
“The same people that chased her into the tunnel, photographed her dying on the back seat of that car.”
This article originally appeared on Over60.