Entertainment Private Investigator Apologizes for 'Robbing' Prince Harry of His 'Normal Teenage Years'

19:05  23 november  2021
19:05  23 november  2021 Source:   people.com

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A private investigator said he was part of a "ruthless" media culture that "robbed" Prince Harry of a normal life.

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Gavin Burrows apologized for his previous behavior in BBC's The Princes and the Press, a documentary exploring Prince Harry and Prince William's relationships with the media.

"I was basically part of a group of people who robbed him of his normal teenage years," Burrows admitted about Prince Harry, now 37, adding that the media culture in the early 2000s "ruthless."

The private investigator said editors described Harry as "the new Diana," referring to his mother Princess Diana who died in a 1997 car crash. In trying to uncover stories about Prince Harry, Burrows targeted the royal's former girlfriend Chelsy Davy, whom the royal dated until 2011 after dating on and off for six years.

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"There was a lot of voicemail hacking going on, there was a lot of surveillance work on her phones, on her comms. Chelsy would brag to her friends when she was going to see him," he said.

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In addition to finding out about her ex-boyfriends, Burrows also confessed to digging into Davy's medical records, including whether she had sexually transmitted diseases or abortions.

Burrows apologized, saying he was "very sorry" and that he acted this way "because I was greedy, I was into my cocaine, and I was living in a fake state of grandeur."

Roya Nikkhah of The Sunday Times appeared in the documentary, sharing that the attention on Prince Harry's girlfriends was too much for them to handle.

"When you are dating or considering marrying a member of the royal family, the scrutiny you endure is enormous," the editor said. "Harry's previous relationships with Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas — a part of why neither of those went all the day was because neither of them wanted to endure that level of media scrutiny."

She added, "At that point, he was in the 30s. A lot of his friends were getting married and having families, and he was very concerned that that might elude him because he might not be able to find someone who could handle that."

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Part two of The Princes and the Press airs on November 29.

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