Princess Diana would be “intimidated” by her daughter-in-law Meghan Markle, claims a royal biographer.
Andrew Morton, who wrote the bestselling Diana: Her True Story, made the bold claim.
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He believes the late Princess of Wales would have been “surprised” by the former Suits actress.
However, he believes they eventually bonded. Mainly because of her struggles with mental health.
Write for The mirror he said he thought Diana was intrigued by Kate Middleton’s initial shyness.
Since she too initially struggled to stand in public and took classes in public speaking.
Would Meghan Markle and Princess Diana have gotten along?
For Meghan, however, she would likely be impressed with her naturally strong public speaking skills.
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Andrew wrote, “As for Meghan, she would hypnotize and intimidate the energetic American.
“She would have been amazed when she met Meghan for the first time, a force of nature who can speak with passion and precision – and all without taking notes.”
But he assumes that they would have connected through their psychological struggles.
He continued, “But when she met her and saw the vulnerable side of a woman who suffered psychological trauma during her first pregnancy – like Diana – they would have bonded.”
When is the Princess Diana ceremony?
The royal author’s claims come in anticipation of the Princess Diana statue’s unveiling this Thursday.
Prince William and Prince Harry will reunite to unveil the new statue in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace.
They are expected to give individual speeches during the ceremony.
Harry is back in the UK and is supposed to self-isolate at Frogmore Cottage.
In 2017, the brothers issued a joint statement announcing the commissioning of the statue.
They said, “Our mother died 20 years ago. And it’s time to pay tribute to her positive impact in the UK and around the world with a permanent statue.
“Our mother touched so many lives. We hope the statue will help all visitors to Kensington Palace reflect on their lives and legacies. ”
On August 31, 1997, Princess Diana was tragically killed in a car accident in Paris.
This Thursday, July 1st, her 60th birthday will be celebrated.
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