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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s turbulent year can be foreseen in major Diana revelation

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Princess Diana’s time with Prince William and Harry may have been cut short due to her untimely death, but in that short period of time, the princess was still able to impart a lot of wisdom on to Harry and William, as proven by a revelation she had made before her death.

Before Diana’s death in 1997, the Princess of Wales said something about Harry that mirrored Harry’s past year prior to his exit with Meghan Markle.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine revealed that Diana had said something about the Duke of Sussex that proved to be of great help during his tumultuous royal journey.

According to Ingrid, Diana said Harry would be able to “cope with anything” which proved to be quite apt given the Duke’s recent past.

However, she also reportedly raised issues with Harry’s concentration, saying he “flips from one thing to another.”

This could mirror his decision to start a new life in the US, which took many royal fans by shock.

“Diana told me William was very sensitive, and Harry was the artistic and lively one who could cope with anything,” Ingrid had told Daily Mail earlier.

“William was more academic than Harry, but he wasn’t finding Eton very easy at that time, although he had lovely friends there.

“[Diana] said Harry would go to Eton, otherwise, he’d be singled out as being the one who wasn’t so bright, and she worried about his lack of concentration.

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“She said, ‘Harry’s full of energy but he flips from one thing to another and then loses interest.’”

This wasn’t the last time Harry was accused of not being careful with his decision making.

Many royal experts cast doubt upon his quick decision to leave the Royal Family.

Moreover, he and Meghan have been told to “slow down” in the past.

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Meghan and Harry have made the decision to take time to cautiously think through their next plans before launching the Archwell foundation.

The decision comes after the new royal book Royals At War revisited claims that Meghan drove palace staff “to distraction” by rushing into supporting projects without properly thinking things through, and “without proper research.”

Soon after marrying into the royal family reports emerged about the duchess’s habit of sending 5am emails, which allegedly earned her the nickname “Hurricane Meghan.”

According to one senior palace source, while Meghan’s drive was commended by some, she was urged to slow down by experienced courtiers concerned that she was taking on too much.

“You can say what you want about Meghan, but she works incredibly hard,” said a source who has worked with the Sussexes.

“The problem is she and Harry have a tendency to hatch big projects over dinner and expect them to be actioned within days.

“Meghan had brilliant ideas, but she was always in a hurry and aides had to sit down and explain that foundations and big projects take thought, time and commitment, they cannot be rushed.”

Now it seems the couple are heeding that advice and taking their time.

Vanity Fair claimed that under the guidance of a new PR team the royal couple are hatching a long term plan to become global philanthropists and high-profile public speakers.

However, sources say that Archewell remains their principal focus and their next steps will be slow and deliberate ones.

“They have learned from the mistakes of the past and taking their time with Archewell,” said a well-placed source.

“They want to get the next stage right.”

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