Prince Harry ‘didn’t know which way to go’ before meeting Meghan Markle and ‘struggling to find himself,’ claims Princess Diana’s biographer Andrew Morton
- Prince Harry was a ‘very angry young man’ before meeting Meghan Markle
- Biographer also claimed two years earlier that the royal ‘took over the world’
- Added Duke struggled with the loss of his mother and finding himself
Prince Harry ‘didn’t know which way to go’ before meeting Meghan Markle, Princess Diana’s biographer Andrew Morton claimed.
Andrew Morton, who wrote the famous biography of Princess Diana in 1992, described the Duke of Sussex as a “very angry young man” who was “conquering the world” before meeting his wife.
“I think even when she fell for Harry, she insisted that he seek therapy for the anger issues he had,” Andrew said, speaking to royal commentators Rachel Burchfield and Jessica Robinson. royal podcast.
“Two or three years before that, he was a very angry young man and he was taking on the world, mostly taking on paparazzi photographers.
Prince Harry ‘didn’t know which way to go’ before meeting Meghan Markle, Princess Diana’s biographer Andrew Morton claimed. Pictured, Prince Harry visits 42 Commando Royal Marines, Bickleigh, Devon, on February 20, 2019
Prince Harry and Meghan speak at Global Citizen Live in Central Park on Saturday, September 25, 2021 in New York
“He stumbled carelessly out of the bars and worse from the wear and tear of the drink, and he didn’t seem to have a compass.”
Andrew continued: ‘He didn’t know which way to go and at that point he struggled to find himself and struggled with the loss of his mother, struggled to come to terms with it and as a young man he wasn’t. always the popular Harry of the popular imagination.
“Some of his behavior was described in rather pejorative terms.”
In 2004, Prince Harry made headlines after being involved in a ‘fight’ with a photographer at Pangea nightclub near Piccadilly in London’s West End nightclub.
Prince Harry, Prince William and Princess Diana on holiday in Majorca, Spain in August 1987
A year later, a young Harry himself had caused a stir when, at the age of 20, he dressed up in a Nazi uniform for a party, complete with swastika bracelet, leading to condemnation from politicians and Jewish human rights groups.
After photos of the outfit were published, an apology was offered on behalf of Harry for his “poor choice of costume.”
Then, in 2012, the royal enjoyed a wild weekend in Las Vegas, where he was clipped into just a chain while a naked girl hid behind him after a game of strip billiards in his VIP suite.
But the biographer claimed the Duke of Sussex “find his purpose in life” when he left the British Army and lent a helping hand in launching the Invictus Games.
“He’d cleaned up his act, he’d gotten involved in the Invictus Games, he’d found his purpose in life and he stuck to it, helping disabled, mentally wounded soldiers and maids find themselves and I think that was something.” that helped him find himself,” Andrew explained.