Prince Harry and Meghan Markle thread

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Apologies for mentioning this yet again — if the BRF had handled this from Day1, we would not be here discussing it.
It's true, but then hindsight is 20/20. I don't think anyone expected the (allegedly) sweet divorcee actress/orphan to become Megusa (almost typed Godzilla) or the swift emergence of the inner fiend.

Anyone thinks Methane will start putting Netflix and Spotify on par with the BRF? You know, they are forcing her to fulfill contractual obligations while she is busy being a mother and empowered femme fatale? That should be entertaining to watch.
 

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I had to read this twice. :girlshocked: The way the Nefl*xes have been using Diana, I believe this is true (about the interview). Hazz needs to make a point on Diana's dead, racism towards Dodi … He needs to justify $25M. I feel sorry for QE…

In his mind, Spotify owns him more money. The seconds of a prince are priceless…

Did you have a chance to watch Al Fayed's interview (post #83,533-spoiler)? If Hazz's book goes on that direction, he will need a lot more money from Spotify and Neflix. I don't think the BRF will give him another quid. :no:
Idk, I’ve seen several YT videos about this ‘conspiracy’. Al Fayed doesn’t seem to have the proof. IIRC his court case was thrown out for lack of evidence. [ I’ll need to research that, so pls don’t quote me.] The most logical answer is she got in a car with a drunk driver.

In this article, they blame the BBC - sheeesh, which is it? MI6 or BBC or someone else? Absolutely, it was a tragic accident. Absolutely, Hazzie should have help to deal with it. Heck, he doesn’t seem to be able to handle real life, so it isn’t too surprising that he cannot handle losing a parent.

 

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Idk, I’ve seen several YT videos about this ‘conspiracy’. Al Fayed doesn’t seem to have the proof. IIRC his court case was thrown out for lack of evidence. [ I’ll need to research that, so pls don’t quote me.] The most logical answer is she got in a car with a drunk driver.

In this article, they blame the BBC - sheeesh, which is it? MI6 or BBC or someone else? Absolutely, it was a tragic accident. Absolutely, Hazzie should have help to deal with it. Heck, he doesn’t seem to be able to handle real life, so it isn’t too surprising that he cannot handle losing a parent.

I also believe that it was an unfortunate car accident. It must have been very painful for Al Fayed to lose his son. As far as I know, he never tried to profit from the tragic situation. I always saw a father in a lot of pain behind those theories. I feel sorry for him.
 
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I also believe that it was an unfortunate car accident. It must have been very painful for Al Fayed to lose his son. As far as I know, he never tried to profit from the tragic situation. I always saw a father in a lot of pain behind those theories. I feel sorry for him.
I think grieving parents want to blame someone, preferably someone still alive (the drunk driver is dead and the car that allegedly sideswiped them can't be found). There was an episode on CSI that had a young girl who died horribly through a series of unfortunate incidents. When the CSI team explained to the parents that there was no murderer or reason for her death, they rejected it and demanded that a murderer be identified. I think that's how Al Fayed feels. I know that would be how I would feel.
 

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I also believe that it was an unfortunate car accident. It must have been very painful for Al Fayed to lose his son. As far as I know, he never tried to profit from the tragic situation. I always saw a father in a lot of pain behind those theories. I feel sorry for him.
Exactly. Some old articles:

1997: the driver’s drugs found in the car: https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1997-09-11-9709110234-story.html
1998: Rumors, lots of rumors: https://www.nytimes.com/1998/06/21/weekinreview/di-and-dodi-rumors-and-mongers.html
2021: Al Fayed’s other children: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...eds-children-casts-shadow-twilight-years.html