Prince Harry was outraged after the BBC, through its representatives, admitted a lack of professionalism in interviewing Princess Diana in 1995. The Duke of Sussex, the Princess’ son, said events like these played a crucial role in his mother’s tragic end.


The BBC has admitted that a journalist used “deceptive tactics” to get an interview with Princess Diana in 1995. Martin Bashir, who interviewed Mrs Dee, is also being investigated in court after forging numerous documents and lying to the Princess of Wales that she is constantly being followed and intercepted.

The journalist apologized publicly, but Prince Harry was unimpressed by his late gesture. At the same time, the Duke of Sussex says such events were instrumental in his mother’s death.

“Our mother was a wonderful woman who dedicated her life to ministry. She was resilient, courageous and undoubtedly honest. It was the effects of the exploitative culture and immoral practices that took their toll. Our mother lost her life because of it, but nothing changed,” Prince Harry said angrily.


And Prince William vehemently condemned the interview that prompted Princess Diana to make those confessions.

“I think the deceptive way in which the interview was obtained substantially influenced what my mother said. The interview made a major contribution to the deterioration of my relationship with my parents and has since hurt many others. It makes me indescribably sad to know that the BBC’s failures have made a significant contribution to her fear, paranoia, and isolation, which I remember in my recent years with her, “Prince William said publicly.

Princess Diana ended up in a terrible car accident in Paris. Lady Di was trying to get rid of the paparazzi, who were following her and her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed.

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