Prince Harry: he would have ordered an inquest into the death of his mother Lady Di

It's no longer a secret: at the end of the year, Prince Harry will release his memoir. And if the British Crown were already worried about it, they shouldn't be too happy about the Duke's investigation into the death of his mother, Lady Di, either.

  Prince Harry: he would have ordered an inquest into the death of his mother Lady Di

The bomb was dropped by the prince Harry itself in July 2021: he will be releasing his memoirs very soon . And they should not take too long to point the tip of their nose. Scheduled for the end of 2022, they have been written by the prince for more than two years and will be published by the famous American (and not British) publishing house Penguin Random House. According to its publishers, in this work, the prince 'will share, for the very first time, the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons that helped shape it' . And intends to offer 'an honest and captivating personal portrait' . It was enough to make the whole Crown tremble who wonders what this book may contain. . And what family secrets he could reveal...

Prince Harry's inquest into his mother's death

To believe The Sun , the royal family has not finished making blood ink. And for good reason, in the context of the publication of his memoirs, Prince Harry is said to have undertaken to lead the investigation into the tragic death of his mother in 1997 . Lady Di died on August 31, 1997 at the age of 36 following a terrible car accident under the Alma bridge in Paris. The Duke of Sussex was then only twelve years old, and this traumatic episode of his life therefore seems to push him to want to clarify the situation. Especially since 25 years after his disappearance, many doubts still surround the death of Diana Spencer . Mysteries that his youngest son seems at least determined to elucidate. 'There have been approaches that suggest Prince Harry is intensely focused on getting more information about his mother's death' , an official but anonymous judicial source told the English tabloid. 'There are many people in France who remember the night of the accident. It is only natural that Diana's son would want to know more for his book' , she continued.

Prince Harry's memoir: the book that worries the Queen

Since his grandson announced that he wanted to release his memoirs, Elizabeth II is following the case closely . And she was even among the first to be worried about the revelations that Prince Harry was about to make. Moreover, according to The Sun , recent meetings between the sovereign and the Duke of Sussex as part of the queen's platinum jubilee (her 70-year reign therefore) would have calmed things down somewhat between different members of the royal family. And it might even be that the prince agreed to go back on some of his statements… Now all that remains is to wait for the publication of Prince Harry's memoirs. Upheaval expected by the end of 2022.