Thursday 1 September 2022

Stockholm syndrome and Prince Harry

From Freddy Gray's article ‘Drama queens: the return of Meghan and Harry’ in The Spectator.
“ In the podcast, he appears for about 15 seconds. He is allowed to compliment Serena on her hair -“great vibe” - and then shuffles off not to be heard again ‘Thanks, my love,’ says Meghan, with the sort of tenderness a Taliban warlord might reserve for his prettiest wife."

This is Tina Brown:

"Meghan got angry so fast, and that’s what’s rocked the family. They’re still reeling and just baffled why it seemed to go wrong so quickly... For them, it’s like Diana’s son is continuing the campaign to disrupt Charles’ future reign, and the “War of the Wales” continues."

Rebecca English in the Daily Mail:

"But there is an undertone of cool menace in the Duchess of Sussex’s latest extraordinary interview with American lifestyle magazine The Cut.

"‘It’s interesting, I’ve never had to sign anything that restricts me from talking,’ she notes at one point, adding: ‘I’ve really made an active effort [to forgive], especially knowing that I can say anything.’

"Even the interviewer notes that her voice is ‘full of meaning’. Meghan goes on: ‘I have a lot to say until I don’t. Do you like that? Sometimes, as they say, the silent part is still part of the song.’"

Prince Harry married his mother, though the Duchess might be much darker. At least Diana tried hard to be and succeeded in being a much loved Princess of Wales.

A friend of mine pointed out that the look in Diana's eyes reminded him of those of child murderer Myra Hindley. I saw it too, once he pointed it out.

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