Princess Diana’s ‘fearless desire for freedom lives on in Harry’ and new book echoes her attitude

Ahead of Prince Harry’s upcoming tell-all book, Princess Diana’s former private voice and presence coach Stewart Pearce has discussed how the 37 year old royal has a “fearless deserve for freedom” – just like his late mother.

Harry, who’s married to American actress Meghan Markle, is set to release a book that, as per the Duke of Sussex’s own admission, will touch upon the "experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons that have helped shape him" over the past four decades of his life.

With the highly anticipated book soon coming out, Stewart opened up to OK! about the similarities the Duke bares to his mother, and insisted that Harry inheriting his mother’s bravery and being ready to face the consequences of telling his own story lead him to sign the memoir deal.

He added that Diana, like her son, would only have committed to a full tell all when the time was right and the greatest achievements could be made for charity.

Harry stated in his book announcement with Random House that profits would go to good causes.

Stewart cites Harry as sharing the same outlook Diana had, saying: "She would have written her autobiography full of all the many things she learned from her experiences within the Royal Family, and beyond.

“Diana loved to write personal correspondence, which for her added the personal touch, added love to the people she cared for.”

He continued: “She would have waited until the moment was absolutely specific, and it would always have been in alignment with her charitable endeavour and used it as a way of speaking beyond the one particular concern into much broader measures of how she could bring freedom to the spirit of all people. "

Stewart, whose book Diana Voice Of Change is being reissued with a new prologue, went on to say that Harry's decision to tell his life story echoes his mother's outlook on life and desire to "speak her truth".

"The reason why Harry is bring forth a memoir is to correct a lot of erroneous stories about the nature of his life over the last 25 years since Diana's death,” he said.


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"He is pregnant with the conviction of honesty and with leverage of transparency.

"He felt that he was very much a victim as he tried to steer his way forward being the freedom fighter and liberationist that he is; particularly in relation to Meghan Markle, who is very much a hallmark of the new American female."

Stewart went on to praise Meghan’s support for Harry during the difficult last two years adding that her "her intelligence, articulacy and brilliance" have been vital in his life and career transition.

DIANA: THE VOICE OF CHANGE with a new prologue is out now on Amazon and in bookstores.


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