Prince Harry ‘May Not Attend’ Diana Statue Unveiling

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Prince Harry ‘May Not Attend’ Diana Statue Unveiling.

After admitting that London ‘triggers’ him, Prince Harry ‘May Not Attend’ the unveiling of the Diana Statue.

Royal expert Duncan Larcombe has claimed that Harry may not attend the unveiling of the statue in honour of his late mother. The statue is set to be unveiled on July 1, at Kensington Palace.  Mr Larcombe believes that Meghan Markle will not attend due to the fact that she has recently given birth to Lilibet.

Mr Larcombe emphasised the fact that for the Duke of Sussex London is a “trigger”. Prince Harry previously opened up about this in the Apple TV documentary series with Oprah Winfrey. The series has caused much controversy recently for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Meghan gave birth to Lilibet “Lili” Diana in early June and this provides the perfect reason for her not return to the UK, for the statue unveiling. Mr Larcombe believes that Harry may not attend either as he is on paternity leave.

Speaking to OK! magazine he explained that: “No one I’ve spoken to believes Meghan will attend.

“She’s just had a baby and that’s a perfect reason to want to stay where she is.

“No one could criticise her for that, although I’m sure people will.

“Right now there’s no certainty if Harry will attend.

“He recently said that London was a trigger for him and I took those comments as a way of him preparing everyone to say that it was too painful for him to return to the site where he buried his mother.

“He also recently announced his paternity leave, so he seems to have so many reasons to want to stay in LA with baby Lili and Meghan.”

In the Apple TV series, The Me You Can’t See, Prince Harry spoke about London triggering him.

Harry commented that: “For most of my life I’ve always felt worried, concerned, a little bit tense and uptight whenever I fly back into the UK, whenever I fly back into London.

“And I could never understand why. I was aware of it, I wasn’t aware of it at the time when I was younger, but after I started doing therapy stuff I became aware of it.

“I was like, why do I feel so uncomfortable? And of course for me London is a trigger, unfortunately, because of what happened to my mum, and because of what I experienced and what I saw.

“Happens every time. I can’t remember the first time it happened, I can just remember the feeling, anxiety, like a hollow empty feeling almost of nervousness, is it fear? Everything feels tense.

“It’s being the hunted, and being helpless and knowing that you can’t do anything about it. There is no escape. There is no way out of this.”

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