Prince Harry fears that people are using the Martin Bashir scandal to try to drive a wedge between him and Prince William – suggesting that Harry leaves his brother to stand alone.
This week, it was revealed that William was in contact with the BBC after the British television operator launched an independent investigation in Bashir’s famous interview in 1995, where Bashir claimed that he had deceived the princess to sit with him.
Reports suggest that Harry is receding into the background – but we are told that as long as William and Harry do not maintain constant communication, they remain united in their desire to get to the truth about the explosive interview.
A source close to Harry ̵
They added that while William was making a public statement on the claims, “you don’t need a public statement [from Harry] to imagine how he feels in private. People know how much his mother means to him. ”
“Unfortunately, some people not only see this as a quest for truth, but also try to use it as an opportunity to try to drive a wedge between the brothers,” the source said.
Diana’s fierce best friend, Rosa Moncton, told ITV this week: “For [William] and for Kensington Palace to come out with a statement that I think shows how deeply involved he is in this story and how his mother was treated … I know people say she’d do an interview anyway, but she didn’t, and she didn’t always say no.
“There is no doubt in my mind at all [that] Mr. Bashir had convinced her that he was doing something good, that everyone was conspiring against her … And she took it all. She was vulnerable. It was disgusting and disgraceful to do. “
The BBC has now appointed a former judge, Lord Dyson, to investigate how Bashir received the 1995 Panorama chat, in which she famously said of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles: “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a little crowded. “
Their uncle Charles Spencer, 9th Earl of Spencer, led the bidding to investigate Bashir’s alleged behavior.
He claims that fake documents, including fake bank notes, were used by program creators to trick his sister into doing the interview, pursuing her fears that she was spied on and could not trust others.
However, Spencer tweeted on Friday: “As I told the BBC tonight, I am not at all happy with the parameters they have set around their [inquiry] in the Panorama interview with Diana 25 years ago. Lord Dyson should be free to consider every aspect of this matter, from 1995 to the present, as he sees fit. “
Bashir did not comment publicly.