The Sun reported that official judicial sources in Paris say that Harry's researchers have been looking for information surrounding Princess Diana's unfortunate and unexpected death after she was tragically killed in a car accident in Paris. Harry has spoken in interviews over the years about his grief and the various struggles he experienced with losing his mother at a young age.
A source who was previously involved in the initial investigation told The Sun, “There are plenty of people in France who recall the night of the accident. It’s only normal that Diana’s son should want to learn more about it for his book.”
Another said, “There have been approaches which suggest Prince Harry is intensely focused on getting more information about his mother’s death."
Royal commentators have speculated that the memoir will focus on Harry's anguish following the loss of his mom, who died at just 36 years old. The incident left Harry, who was 12 at the time, and Prince William, who was 15 when she passed, without a mom.
"I don't want to think about her because if I think about her then it's going to bring up the fact that I can't bring her back and it's just going to make me sad," he admitted to Oprah in The Me You Can't See. "What's the point in thinking about something sad, what's the point of thinking about someone that you've lost and you're never going to get back again? And I just decided not to talk about it."
As Harry is continuing to seek more information surrounding Diana's final moments, a French judicial probe came to the conclusion that the driver, Henri Paul, was under the influence and lost control of the vehicle, resulting in the fatal crash that killed Paul, Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed.