“If I had known that that was the last time I was going to speak to my mother the things that I would – the things I would have said to her.”
These declarations by Harry are his truth. An individual whose voice and his words reveal the soul of a man. Who has carried the world of pain on his shoulders from the moment he had lost the one person who had the time and love beyond any measure. A child who had and may still have deep-seated regrets on that last call. A call from a mother to a son. Neither one knowing it was going to be the last—such pain. Somehow I sincerely believe that Diana’s relationship with her two sons was vastly different. The numerous photographs you see with her sons. Harry is the child that is always in his mother’s arms. Cuddling, hugging, and you could see the joy between mother and son. A picture of him sticking out his tongue made Diana smile at her little Harry cheeky nature. The closeness was very powerful. Diana did not doubt that Harry would have faced challenges as the second child to the brother who would be king someday.
The neglect of Harry would be horrendously cruel as he advanced in age. Therefore as a mother, she poured all the love into Harry’s mind, body, soul, and spirit. Harry became a motherless child at 12 years within a week or more, which would have been his 13th birthday. How cruel fate will have it. Many will not like me saying that he was a “motherless child” from then onwards. Therefore it is a fact that she was there to nurture him. Certainly not his grandmother and clearly not his father, who has deep-seated issues of his own. All Charles mothering came from rigid, Victorian nannies and a grandmother whose sole purpose and the aim was to be another stand-in to save the heir to the throne. Plus, not forgetting as a grown man, Charles was more interested in being the forever Tampon in his mistress’s path of pleasure. That mistress is now his wife. If that isn’t rubbing salt in the wound of a child who is grieving for his mother, I do not know what is.
Many will say, but what about Harry’s brother. I am not saying that he was not affected by his mother’s death, but his support system was greater because he was the next heir to the throne after his father. I do believe that Harry’s brother would be more critical of his mother in many spheres and would have thought about his own self-embarrassment. While Harry, the more compassionate son, would realize that his mother was not loved by the royals and more so his father. His mother, a woman who needed to be loved and did not get it. Harry now knows what it is like not to be protected by love and a mother’s love during those years. Now he has the love of his life, a woman in Meghan who gives him the love he needs, and he gives to her. Both are soul mates of each other. A family that Harry so yearned for, a wife who wants him to be JUST HARRY, and a son who wants HARRY to be just my DAD.
When Harry echoes these words, “I am my mother’s son,” it has a very deep meaning, and in my spirit, I hear the underlying meaning of those FIVE important words. This how I hear Harry’s soul speaking through these words: “I feel my mother’s pain because I have experienced the neglect. My soul purpose in life was to walk behind and be the wheel and the whipping boy for a brother I love but who does not stand up for me. I am the child who many have said that Charles is not my father because of my hair color. But I know if anything else, I am my mother’s son. She loved me, and her spirit fills me in every aspect of my being. Her womb nurtured me, and I felt the love of my mother as she carried me for nine months and continue to love me until she was cruelly ripped away from me. I am my mother’s son. I sat upon her shoulders as a child, and I am still sitting on her shoulders in the spiritual realm. I walk in her footsteps in the minefields of hate to ensure others would not be brutally harmed like me. I stand up to protect my wife and son because if I lose yet another loved one, my mental capacity will plunge me into the abyss of insanity. I was at the precipice of it when I lost my mother. Still, my military life saved me away from a nation and a monarchical institution that was not humanely designed for persons of compassion like my mother, myself, and my wife Meghan; a minefield of hate took my mother out, and these mines have an intention to destroy me, my wife and child. But like my mother, I will stand for the marginalized because there are people who need love. I will use the shield for my wife and son, who are closest to my heart. Oh, how I wish that my mother will see what a good son I have become and the most amazing woman I have as my wife and a son who I will die for with every breath of my body to ensure that he experience the goodness in life and the beauty of being a citizen of the world. To care for those who are marginalized in society, I make my mother proud in spirit as she peaks through me to the world.”
I am my mother, and my mother is me. Her words are embedded in my mind, body, soul, and spirit.
I am my mother’s son, and these are her words which I live by
“Everyone needs to be valued. Everyone has the potential to give something back.”
“Only do what your heart tells you.”
“Family is the most important thing in the world.”
“If you find someone you love in life, you must hang onto it and look after it, and if you were lucky enough to find someone who loved you, then you must protect it.”
“I don’t want expensive gifts; I don’t want to be bought. I have everything I want. I just want someone to be there for me to make me feel safe and secure.”
“I like to be a free spirit, some don’t like that, but that’s the way I AM.”
“I knew what my job was; it was to go out and meet the people and love them.”
“Carry out random acts of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.”
“I think the biggest disease the world suffers from in this day and age is the disease of people feeling unloved.”
“I don’t go by the book; I lead from the heart. Not the head.”
“Hugs can do a great amount of good – especially for children.”
“Every one of us needs to show how much we care for each other and, in the process, care for ourselves.”
“Nothing brings me more happiness than trying to help the most vulnerable people. It is a good and essential part of my life, a kind of destiny.”
“I am here to do good; I am not a destructive person.”
“The most beautiful things in the world are not seen nor touched; they are felt with the heart.”
“You can’t comfort the afflicted without afflicting the comfortable.”
“I want to walk into a room, be it a hospital for the dying or a hospital for the sick children,
and feel that I am needed. I want to do, not to be.”
“Anywhere I see the suffering, that is where I want to be, doing what I can.”
“The kindness and the affection from the public have carried me through some of the most
difficult periods and always your love and affection have eased the journey.”
“A mother’s arms are more comforting than anyone else’s.”
“I will fight for my children on any level so they can reach their potential as human beings and in
their public duties.”
“So many people supported me through my public life, and I will never forget them.”
“Call me Diana, not Princess Diana.”
“Being a princess isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.”
“I am not a political figure; I am a humanitarian figure, always was, always will be.”
“The greatest problem in the world today is intolerance. Everyone is so intolerant of each other.”
“It’s vital that the monarchy keeps in touch with the people. It’s what I try and do.”
“I touch people. I think everyone needs that. Placing a hand on a friend’s face means making contact.”
“Whoever is in distress can call on me. I will come running wherever they are.”
“I live for my sons. I would be lost without them.”
“I wear my heart on my sleeve.”
“I’m aware that people I have loved and have died and are in the spirit world are looking after me.”
“The day I walked down the aisle at St. Paul’s Cathedral, I felt that my personality was taken away from me, and I was taken over by the royal machine.”
“I am not a political figure; I am a humanitarian figure, always was, always will be.”
PRINCE HARRY’S MESSAGES
“I am who I am. I’m not going to change.”
“You could imagine the kind of dinner parties I had to go to at a young age….pretty dull.”
“You’ve got to give something back. You can’t just sit there.”
“To be honest, dinner conversations were the worst bit about being a child and listening to the boring people around me.”
“This is not about women. We men need to recognize the part we play too. Real men treat women with the dignity and respect they deserve.”
I intend to include Harry’s mother’s significant and powerful quotes that she has left with us. So just imagine Harry’s reading the words of a mother’s wisdom. I do believe when he walked behind the cortege on that painful day, I would not doubt that mother and son merged into one being in spirit. He was always the loving child, and he is still to this day loving his mother. But the cruel reality of it all is that her voice can no longer be heard in the physical world, and no longer can he feel her hugs and smell the bodily sent of a mother. Her laughter is now heard on digital platforms and her words as well. I have the uncanny feeling that Harry would have listened in his own privacy and listened to his mother’s words “Diana in her own words” and wept. He would realize that his mother was savagely disrespected by his father and all the members and their courtiers in the monarchical family. The tabloids and paparazzi became her nightmare as well. Therefore we cannot and should not fault Harry for how disrespectful and abusive to Harry they all were, and still to this day. Questioning why he did not honor his father ON ARCHEWELL. Firstly ARCHEWELL is not a royal brand. It was not endorsed or received the blessings of the monarchical institutions. Secondly, the father did not honor his mother as they should have. They took away her HRH. His father’s love, if you may recall, is all about the firm. They are punishing Harry because he did not forfeit himself to save the Firm. His elder sibling felt betrayed by HARRY FOR NOT TAKING THE FALL FOR HIM.
Material things cannot compensate for love and compassion. Daphne, the elderly Australian, the lady showed Harry more love after the love of Diana. To add insult to injury the institution, expected Harry to abandon his right to protect Meghan and Archie, who is now his rightful family. They demand that his loyalty and duty was to the Firm first and foremost and anything after. They wanted Harry to disrespect the oath of marriage for the Firm to exist. Let me remind all and sundry that the Queen is the head of The Church of England. So sinister is this monarchical institution that, for the moment whilst his brother is waiting to be King, William has the right to protect his family. But when he is King, his interest and focus would be towards his firstborn whilst his other children become the servant of the first.
But clearly, they want Archie to be the slave for his cousins. Harry saw the writing on the wall, and with every semblance of his mind, body, soul, and spirit, he was not going to let those evil monarchical rites of passage be cast into stone for his son and future children. This I must say about his sibling. Slowly but surely, William is throwing away the love and teachings that his mother tried to instill in him. He has thrown his brother under the bus in the most spectacular way. He has done so for years, but this concerning who Harry fell in love with has shown the world the true nature of Harry’s brother.
I am going to share Harry’s brother’s words on their grandmother. Harry only mentioned how boring it was to sit in at dinners and listen to adults having boring conversations. Never forget that Harry has always said nice things about granny as a form of protection and respect. But William is giving us the true picture of what it was and is like to be the queen’s grandson.
This is Prince William about his grandmother in his own words:
“Being a small boy, it’s very daunting seeing the Queen around and not really knowing what to talk about.”
These words have led me to believe that his relationship still to this day is in that manner. She is the boss. On numerous occasions, via footage, you will see her scold William. But I suspect with all granny’s flaws, Harry adored his granny and was a free spirit around her, and of course, pushing the boundaries in testing his rigid granny to shake off the shackles of being the queen. They tried to harness Harry’s spirit, but they just could not. I will end by saying what type of mother figure the queen is whereby her family members have to make an appointment to see her. That in itself says a lot for an environment that is not healthy for anyone—much less Diana, Harry, Meghan, and Archie, whose spirits are filled with kindness and compassion.
Therefore I close by saying that with no shadow of a doubt that not only is Diana Harry’s biological mother, but she has now become his spiritual mother, HARRY is her SON, and his MOTHER is in HARRY.
I AM MY MOTHER’S SON