Prince Enrique ‘has Suffered a Lot’, In The Words Of His Friend Nacho Figueras

Prince Henry of England and his wife Meghan Markle already enjoy in Canada that discreet and relatively peaceful life they had been dreaming of for so long, especially since their withdrawal from the front line of the British royal family led them to star in endless covers and, worse, a debate too intense and visceral within the public. In that sense, one of the best friends of the Duke of Sussex, polo player Nacho Figueras, has firmly assured that Isabel II’s grandson “has suffered” too much with media harassment – and the tendentious and harmful approach to certain information from the most conservative press in the country – which has not stopped receiving the couple over the past three years. “I talked to Enrique a few days ago. He has suffered a lot with all the things that have happened to him. He suffers a lot from guilt. of the people who judge him, “explained the Argentine athlete during his interview for a special program of the American ABC network, where he has also established a clear parallel between the situation of the prince and that of his ill-fated mother Lady Di, who died in a traffic accident, which occurred in August 1997, while his vehicle tried to escape from the paparazzi who were chasing him through the center of Paris. “Enrique is protecting his family, he is p rubbing his wife and son. His mother was a person who directly suffered the attack of the press and is not willing to allow that to happen to his family, “he added in the same conversation. Nacho has also wanted to express his conviction that the said Diana of Wales would be very proud of the way in which Enrique has recovered the helm of his own life and has, in part, detached himself from the restrictions on his freedom derived from his position in the British royal house: all this in order to be happy as a husband, father and, ultimately, as a human being. “Enrique has become an incredible man, a man that his mother would be proud of. He just wants to live a normal life in his house in Canada, as normal as it can be when you have a thousand paparazzi at the door hoping to take a picture of your son, “Nacho Figueras said.