Na verzending van DON ALONSO, HOEKSE EN KABELJOUWSE TWISTEN, BONKERS EN MIJN DOCUMENTEN D.D. 20 MEI VANAF 1992 zag ik de voetbalwedstrijd NEC-Roda JC (3-0) in De Goffert. Hierdoor gat de finale om een plaats in de eredivisie aanstaande zondag tussen NEC en NAC in Breda. Vanuit deze achtergrond memoreer ik mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 21 mei vanaf 1992 tot en met 2012: 1992 Embajada Real de los Países Bajos 1994 Verschillen van inzichten 1995 Mijn brief van 19 mei – Persoonlijke interpretaties regarderen mij niet 1996 Karlspreis
1997 Good results for the Marks and Spencer Group – Video tapes 1999 Europese ontwikkelingen 2001 Europees voetbal in eigen hand – In het paarse zadel (2) 2002 ‘Arreglo amistoso’ verzonden naar de Minister-President van Spanje
Arreglo amistoso 2004 Als dieren konden spreken 2005 Het Spaans belang in de Europese Grondwet 2007 Gelukwens aan mijn jongste zoon 2010 Ramon van der Heijden 31 jaar 2011 20110521 Democracia Real 2012 Woudschoten, Diana en de Europaleague
10:22 Harry says Diana chased death relationship was’nt white By Tom Pyman For Mailonline Published: 08:37 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 10:14 BST, 21 May 2021
10:48 Prince Harry says feels Diana’s presence California y Stephanie Linning For Mailonline Published: 08:26 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 09:48 BST, 21 May 2021
11:30 Harry says family tried STOP Meghan leaving going end life By Melissa Koenig For Dailymail.Com and Martin Robinson, Chief Reporter For Mailonline Published: 03:12 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 10:43 BST, 21 May 2021
11:37 Prince Harry set appear Good Morning America promote new documentary series By Harriet Johnston For Mailonline Published: 10:06 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 10:49 BST, 21 May 2021
12:28 Twitter users accuse Harry one trick pony slams family again By James Gant For Mailonline Published: 11:01 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 11:23 BST, 21 May 2021
12:49 Prince Harrys explosive new Oprah series reveals new insight Meghan Markles 14m home By Hayley Richardson For Mailonline Published: 11:24 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 11:43 BST, 21 May 2021 It looks like the home of Mr and Mrs Tristen in Henley-on-Thames
Na dit te hebben vastgesteld kijk ik naar het NOS Journaal van 12:00 inzake het Panorama interview met Prinses Diana in 1995. Hierover is Prins William in beeld. Ik citeer Astrid Kersseboom, haar collega en de vertaling van Williams woorden: “De Britse Prins William heeft keihard uitgehaald naar de BBC na een ktitisch rapport over een interview met zijn moeder, Prinses Diana. Uit het onderzoek blijkt dat het spraakmakende gesprek in 1995 werd geregeld door valse informatie te verstrekken. William: ‘Het interview was slecht voor de relatie van mijn ouders en heeft ook veel anderen leed berokkend. Het is treurig dat het falen van de BBC heeft bijgedragen aan de angst, paranoia en isolatie die ik me van de laatste jaren met haar kan herinneren.’ In het interview was Diana openhartig over haar huwelijksproblemen met Prins Charles: ‘Er waren drie mensen in dit huwelijk. Dat was een beetje druk.’ De BBC-journalist die haar sprak had bij de broer van Diana aangedrongen op het interview. Hij overtuigde hem met behulp van vervalste documenten waaruit zou blijken dat personeel van de koninklijke familie informatie over Diana lekte naar de veiligheidsdiensten. Dat bleek dus niet te kloppen. William: ‘Wat mij het meest verdrietig maakt, is dat als de BBC in 1995 meteen goed onderzoek had gedaan naar de klachten die er waren, mijn moeder had geweten dat ze bedrogen was. Het is niet alleen de verslaggever die tekortschoot maar ook de leiding van de BBC, die wegkeek in plaats van de moeilijke vragen te stellen.”
14:27 Ministers threaten overhaul BBC governance Dyson report By James Tapsfield, Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 09:34 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 13:45 BST, 21 May 2021
14:29 Prince Harry did not want share grief world following Princess Diana’s death By Bridie Pearson-Jones For Mailonline Published: 08:16 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 13:23 BST, 21 May 2021
14:14 Prince Harry Meghan Markle thought Oprah interview help By Harriet Johnston For Mailonline Published: 08:46 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 13:23 BST, 21 May 2021
14:54 Prince Harry tells trauma therapist fears visiting UK By Mark Duell for MailOnline Published: 08:52 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 13:39 BST, 21 May 2021
16:25 Prince Harry addresses Charles direct new series body language expert claims By Hayley Richardson For Mailonline Published: 15:09 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 15:20 BST, 21 May 2021
17:10 Prince William emerges aftermath Harry’s truth bomb Harry’s new five-part show with Oprah, The Me You Can’t See, launched on AppleTV+ overnight in the US
Prince Harry says his family tried to prevent him and Meghan from leaving when she claimed she was suicidal. Duke felt trapped by his family and went through a drinking and drug abuse phase to cope with Diana’s death. Harry admits to going to therapy for four years on Meghan’s advice, even being filmed meditating to stay calm. Royal claims his family’s inability to help Meghan was ‘one of the main reasons for leaving’ for California. He said: ‘Every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, just got met with total silence, total neglect’. He felt that history was repeating itself with Meghan and was afraid he was going to lose her like he lost Diana. Harry said: ‘My mother was chased to her death while in a relationship with someone who wasn’t white – and now look what’s happened’
By Martin Robinson, Chief Reporter For Mailonline Published: 16:02 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 16:05 BST, 21 May 2021 Prince William today put on a brave face amid more turmoil caused by his ‘erratic’ brother Prince Harry who dropped another nuclear ‘truth bomb’ on the Royal Family to millions in his new TV show about mental health. The Duke of Sussex used his new Apple TV+ series to accuse them of ‘total silence’ and ‘neglect’ when Meghan was suicidal, claiming his father Prince Charles made him ‘suffer’ as a child and insisting he would not be ‘bullied into silence’ when he alleged ‘The Firm’ ‘trapped’, smeared and dumped them.
Today, 24 hours after he launched an eviscerating attack on the BBC, the Duke of Cambridge was in Scotland for a mental health event as experts said he and their father Prince Charles will be ‘dismayed’ and ‘tearing their hair out’ after Harry’s latest brutal attack on the Royal Family left a ‘huge gulf’ between them. The Duke of Sussex used his new Apple TV+ series to accuse them of ‘total silence’ and ‘neglect’ when Meghan was suicidal, claiming his father Prince Charles made him ‘suffer’ as a child and insisting he would not be ‘bullied into silence’ when he alleged ‘The Firm’ ‘trapped’, smeared and dumped them. But he also said that by ‘speaking his truth’ he hoped there could be ‘reconciliation and healing’ with his family, however, experts believe the chances of this are fading fast – especially because the ‘erratic’ Sussexes keep ignoring the Queen’s plea to deal with their rift privately.
Royal biographer Phil Dampier said Harry’s trip to unveil a statue of Princess Diana with his brother William on July 1 will now be in ‘grave doubt’, especially after the Duke of Sussex said London is a ‘trigger’ for his anxiety. He said: ‘The royals will be dismayed and Charles and William will be tearing out what’s left of their hair. It just seems to be another day and another whinge. ‘We need to be respectful of Harry’s mental health, of course, but you do wonder – when he is going to stop?’ How much longer he can do this for?’, he told The Sun.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said said there is now ‘clearly a huge gulf between the Royal Family and the Sussexes’, while Harry’s biographer Angela Levin called his appearance ‘phoney and embarrassing’. Mr Fitzwilliams said: ‘The Queen urged that the issues be dealt with privately as a family. Meghan and Harry don’t seem to be heeding that at all. The other problem is that when you’re dealing with a couple who are erratic, you don’t know what’s coming. ‘There is for the Royal Family a very, very real problem about the way the Sussexes are addressing their unhappiness. It’s about the way they speak of how unhappy they feel, how they felt trapped and how Meghan felt suicidal. ‘He also attacks his upbringing. But the way he chooses to open up, and how – it’s very difficult to know how you come to terms with this’.
In candid interviews with Oprah Winfrey on his new five-part AppleTV+ show, The Me You Can’t See, the Duke of Sussex said he and his wife felt abandoned by his relatives and this was one of their ‘biggest reasons’ for leaving for California last year. He said: ‘Certainly now I will never be bullied into silence’, adding: ‘I thought my family would help, but every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, just got met with total silence, total neglect. We spent four years trying to make it work. We did everything that we possibly could to stay there and carry on doing the role and doing the job. But Meghan was struggling.’
He added: ‘That feeling of being trapped within the family, there was no option to leave. Eventually when I made that decision for my family, I was still told, ‘You can’t do this’, And it’s like, ‘Well how bad does it have to get until I am allowed to do this?’. She [Meghan] was going to end her life. It shouldn’t have to get to that.’ Royal biographer Angela Levin says Prince Charles will be particularly hurt by Harry’s repeated criticism of his parenting, and Harry’s claims he was made to ‘suffer’. He said: ‘Harry seems to be stuck in this and some of the things he said about his father, for example… that he didn’t have it very good as a child, therefore Harry and William must have it too. ‘I find that extremely hard to believe because Prince Charles did his absolute best. Maybe he wasn’t the best parent but I don’t know many people who are perfect parents. She added: ‘I watched it all and I felt so embarrassed that he would go through this’.
The Apple TV series was released in full online just four hours after his brother Prince William issued an extraordinary attack on the BBC for ruining Princess Diana’s life after her Panorama interview with ‘rogue reporter’ Martin Bashir in 1995. But despite a judge-led inquiry yesterday finally confirming their mother was deceived into doing the show her friends say began a chain of events leading directly to her death in Paris less than two years later, Harry launched yet another full-frontal attack on the Royal Family, who are private exasperated and upset about his constant ‘pot shots’ from across the Atlantic but are unable to respond publicly. Today, as Harry launched another volley of attacks on the royals while insisting he wanted ‘reconciliation and healing’ with his family, he also claimed:
- Meghan told him she wanted to kill herself and had planned how to do it – butwas only prevented from killing herself by concern over him ‘losing another woman in my life’;
- Harry claims the royal family tried to smear Meghan before their Oprah interview, saying she woke him up while crying into her pillow;
- Duke says he drank alcohol and took drugs to cope with his mother’s death, admitting he would drink a week’s worth of booze on a Friday or Saturday night to ‘feel less like he was feeling’. The Duke describes how he is still haunted by the sound of hooves after being forced to watch his mother’s coffin pass him on The Mall. He says at 12 he already knew: ‘I didn’t want the life’ ;
- Heagain blasted his father’s parenting, saying Charles informed him and William that they would suffer the same problems he did but he was determined to ‘break the cycle’. He also slammed Prince of Wales for ‘not making it right’ for his two sons when their mother died;
- Prince Harry reveals one of Archie’s first words was ‘Grandma’, along with crocodile and hydrate, and it made him ‘really sad’ because his late mother Diana ‘should be here’ to see her grandson grow up. But he said he thinks she would be ‘incredibly proud’ of him and says he feels her ‘presence’ with him in California living a life she ‘always wanted for herself’;
- Returning to London to attend Prince Philip’s funeral last month was a ‘trigger’ for his anxiety, and a test of his ability to cope, showing how he meditates to banish negative thoughts as he was ‘worried and afraid’ about returning to the UK;
- Harry says he felt forced by the royals to go on a trip to Nepal and constant jet-setting became ‘hectic to the point of exhaustion’;
- Duke of Sussex reveals he did show with Oprah saying two most important issues on the planet are: Climate change and mental health;
Harry and Oprah made The Me You Can’t See to focus on mental illness and mental wellness, and features tearful interviews with Ms Winfrey, actress Glenn Close and pop superstar Lady Gaga who describes how she had a nervous breakdown was raped as a teenager and became pregnant. But the five, one-hour shows, are dominated by Harry addressing the traumatic memories from his childhood, including the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, his use of drugs and alcohol as a crutch to cope with losing his mother and his decision to quit as a frontline royal last year and head for the US with his ‘struggling’ American wife.
The Duke of Sussex described how his Meghan first told him she wanted to kill herself, while six months pregnant with Archie, on the way to the Royal Albert Hall in London in January 2019, and how she spoke to him of the ‘practicalities of how she was going to end her life’. Harry said it reminded him of his mother’s final weeks in 1997, saying that it was when he was 12 and watching his mother’s coffin that he first thought: ‘I didn’t want the life’. He said: ‘Meghan decided to share with me the suicidal thoughts and the practicalities of how she was going to end her life’, adding that she later decided against it because she didn’t want Harry to lose ‘another woman in my life’. The Duke said ‘history was repeating itself’, because Princess Diana was with Dodi Fayed, who was Egyptian by birth, when she died in 1997, saying there was a real fear that he would lose Meghan too.
He told Oprah: ‘My mother was chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone who wasn’t white. And now look what’s happened. And it all comes back to the same people, the same business model, the same industry,’ he said. He added: ‘They’re not going to stop until she dies. It’s incredibly triggering to potentially lose another woman in my life’. Harry doesn’t name who is out to kill Meghan, but it is believed he is talking the media. Accusing his own family of briefing against them, he said: ‘Before the Oprah interview had aired, because of their headlines and that combined effort of The Firm and the media to smear her, I was woken up in the middle of the night to her [Meghan] crying in her pillow – because she doesn’t want to wake me up because I’m already carrying too much. That’s heartbreaking. I held her. We talked. She cried and she cried and she cried.’ The Duke binged on alcohol and drugs to cope with the death of his mother, saying that being in London is a ‘trigger’ for his ‘anxiety’, and describes how he is still haunted by the ‘sound of the horse’s hooves going along The Mall’ as his mother’s coffin passed him, slamming Prince Charles for ‘not making it right’ for his two sons.
Harry also used the five-part renew his criticisms of his father’s parenting, and how the Queen had also brought up Charles, insisting he had to quit as a frontline royal to ‘break the cycle’. He said: ‘My father used to say to me when I was younger, he used to say to both William and I, ‘Well, it was like that for me so it’s going to be like that for you,’ Harry says, ‘That doesn’t make sense. Just because you suffered, that doesn’t mean your kids have to suffer. In fact, quite the opposite. If you suffered, do everything you can to make sure that whatever negative experiences you had, you can make it right for your kids.’ ‘Isn’t this all about breaking the cycle?’ he asked, rhetorically. ‘Isn’t this all about making sure that history doesn’t repeat itself.’ Harry insisted he has ‘no regrets’ about his decision to emigrate to Los Angeles saying he believes Diana ‘helped me get here’ and that Meghan’s insistence he went into therapy has ‘equipped me to be able to take on anything’, including ‘reconciliation and healing’ with his British family.
At one point he speaks to a therapist and is filmed having a form of therapy known as EMDR – known as Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing. Harry is seen comforting himself with a series of movements such as closing his eyes, crossing his arms and calming his breathing while remembering traumatic events in his past. Promoting it on Good Morning America today his ‘services to others’ had helped him to heal, adding: ‘The best we can all do collectively is to continue to talk and share stories that are relatable to people all around the world’.