IT appears that Harry is very much in the Californian lifestyle which is about “finding” and “revealing” yourself.
But I’m having a hard time making sense of what he is actually trying to say.
He said he has been in this “trauma” since he was 12 but in his book he said he was numb at that age.
Harry is always changing his story.
He is a very impressionable and vulnerable man and he has been digging so deeply into his own self-analysis that he has found himself in a bottomless pit.
At this point he just seems confused.
He is blaming everything on the past — I think he probably needs to come into the present.
IT will infuriate William how Harry — who attacked those who used his mother — continues to do just that by comparing himself to her.
I can’t help but feel sorry for him when he talks of his pain, especially as he was so young when he lost Diana.
He says he does not want sympathy.
But he clearly does. Within a few minutes that sympathy starts to fade.
The King gets another slating as H does an “act of service” telling of his woes.
In therapy, Harry says: “I was most scared about losing the memory of my mum.”
But at least this lack of memory of the late Princess spares us from another tome — Harry the Early Years.