As they remain out of the public eye, Prince Harry will ‘protect Archie and Lilibet from trauma.’
According to a royal book, Prince Harry wishes to protect his children Archie Harrison and Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana from the “horror” of being chased by paparazzi.
According to royal journalist Christopher Andersen, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will protect the privacy of their two loving children for as long as they are able. The author of ‘Diana’s Boys,’ a biography of Harry and William, believes Lili and Archie will be subjected to paparazzi harassment as they grow older and leave their home more frequently.
But, according to Mr Andersen, their parents, particularly Prince Harry, must do everything possible to provide the two children with a normal childhood away from the cameras.
“As the youngest Sussexes grow older, they will encounter the inevitable hounding by an invasive paparazzi— photographers springing out from behind bushes and parked cars and all that,” he told The Daily Beast.
“I’m sure Harry, in particular, wants to protect them from that trauma for as long as humanly feasible, so that his children can have a ‘normal’ childhood.”
The Sussexes’ representatives have been contacted for comment by this publication.
Following the loss of his mother, Princess Diana, Prince Harry discussed the consequences of growing up in the spotlight and being in front of cameras.
“I believe being part of this family, in this role and this job, every single time I see a camera, every single time I hear a click, every single time I see a flash, it sends me straight back,” he remarked to ITV presenter Tom Bradby in the 2019 documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.
“In that sense, it’s the worst rather than the best memento of her existence.”
When he participated on the Armchair Expert podcast in May, the Duke of Sussex also acknowledged the paparazzi intrusion his family faced during his first months in the United States.
Harry told actors Dax Shepard and Monica Padman that after his family moved to California in late March 2020, he spent a few weeks at filmmaker Tyler Perry’s house in Los Angeles.
“The helicopters, the drones, the paparazzi piercing the fence — it was chaos,” he claimed of the invasion of his family’s privacy.
“The people out here said, ‘Well, what do you expect if you live in Los Angeles?'”
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