Prince Harry has compared his wife Meghan Markle to his late mother, Princess Diana, during the second instalment of their Netflix documentary.
Three more episodes have been released on the streaming giant which saw Meghan gaining popularity with the public and the press – landing front pages with her photos from events.
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Harry explained that it's concerning for the royals when the more senior people aren't the ones on the front page – something which Diana resonates with, psychic Jasmine Anderson has said.
Speaking on the fourth episode of the Harry & Meghan documentary, Jasmine addressed the clip which referenced Meghan's ability to land the front covers on a regular basis.
Jasmine said: "When the scene comes up around Meghan being on the front cover of the newspaper, Diana shows me someone who deals with the royal's press indicating to the media
"I feel there's been a stern phone call or email that has went to another person in charge of the media stating that Meghan's time on the front pages is up and it's not giving the rest of the Royal Family their place. That this is disrespectful."
Jasmine explained that Diana has said there was a nod towards gradually fracturing Meghan's image over time.
She added: "Diana tells me that this happened to her. She tells me that women who marry into the family have this done to them. If they rise too quickly then they are seen to be getting ahead of themselves.
"Diana is saying they don't like you shining your light too brightly as you will outshine everyone else."
In the documentary their growing popularity at the time – before the pair left the UK and stepped back from the Royal Family – was discussed as a cause of concern.
Piers Morgan had even addressed their popularity, saying at the time: "Putting aside what I think about her right, she's becoming a royal rock star.
"Bigger I would argue, as a couple, than William and Kate. That's probably not a good thing in the long term."
Harry explained that there is an "issue" when someone who is marrying in steals the limelight, adding that it "upsets people".
Harry & Meghan is streaming on Netflix now.
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