It is no secret that Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ marriage was exceedingly turbulent. After their final divorce in 1996 and Diana’s untimely death in 1997, the couple’s two boys, Prince William and Prince Harry, through a period of intense suffering. Now, decades later, terrible new information about Harry’s birth has surfaced.
The book “Diana: Her True Story” by Andrew Morton notably described the birth of the Duke of Sussex. According to Readers Digest, Charles desired a baby girl, and when Harry was born, his father reportedly exclaimed, “Oh God, it’s a male… and he even has red hair!” Morton stated in her book that her husband’s remarks “hurt Diana to the heart.”
The 2022 documentary “The Princess” depicts Princess Diana’s life from a new viewpoint, including her introduction into the royal family, her marriage to Prince Charles, and her untimely death. In the HBO documentary, new facts concerning Charles’ actions on the day of Harry’s birth are revealed, and they are not flattering for the future king.
A devastating scene in the HBO documentary “The Princess” occurs when Princess Diana and Prince Charles bring their newborn son Prince Harry home from the hospital. Charles is depicted leaving the house to play polo less than an hour after returning home with his wife and infant son.
According to Good to Know, the news film depicts Charles driving away from Kensington Palace as a reporter narrates, “less than an hour later, Prince Charles departed to play polo – something most new dads would never recommend.” Another observer in the HBO documentary adds that the future king continued to behave like a bachelor after his marriage.
Since his marriage, he has always acted as if he were a bachelor, according to the analyst. “He has made practically no concession to being a married man with a wife and now two children, something he has never done from the beginning.”
The documentary “The Princess” premiered on HBO on August 13, 2022. It is characterised as a “visceral immersion into Diana’s life amid the relentless and frequently invasive glare of the media limelight.”