It has been determined who the "New Diana" is, and it is not one of the initially suspected ladies.

The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, aren't. Countess of Wessex Sophie was not one of them.

Gavin Burrows, a private investigator, claimed that that Prince Harry is becoming the "New Diana." Burrows made the shocking exposé on the BBC's newest royal series (via Express).

Burrows believes that the public was significantly more interested in Prince Harry than in his elder brother, Prince William, in the early 2000s.

In the first episode of "The Princes and the Press," BBC journalist Amol Rajan interviewed Burrows about the investigative work he claims to have done for the now-defunct News of the World.

He revealed, "It wasn't a case of me being interested in him, the editors made it very clear that if you put Prince William on the front of a newspaper, he doesn't sell as many copies as Prince Harry."

"So, Harry had basically become, as explained to me by a couple of editors, the new Diana."

Meanwhile, Burrows claimed that Prince William allegedly did not get up that often, did not do much, and was not much of a topic for a tabloid newspaper until the Duke of Cambridge met Kate Middleton.

Princess Diana was well-known for being the subject of intense media scrutiny and abuse. However, several media outlets allegedly treated her horribly. 

Every behavior was analyzed, cataloged, and filed because the public and the media were so enthralled with her. Almost every day, the most ludicrous stories about her were published in the presHowever, following tales, USA Today said the media's emphasis on the former princess was not only one-way. Princess Diana courted and handled the press, too.

"At the same time, she couldn't resist giving them the images they wanted," Tina Brown, a former Vanity Fair editor who wrote "Diana Chronicles" in 2007, said. "One of the pictures she had allegedly tipped them off about was that she was on boat with Dodi and said, 'Take this picture of me on the boat.'"

Many royal commentators now believe that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who resigned from their royal duties to live a financially independent life from the British royal family, misled the press and want to stay in the spotlight while claiming to want to live a private life, misled the media and want to visit in the spotlight while claiming to want to live a personal life.

The two-part BBC program also demonstrated that Prince Harry's immense popularity endured after his marriage to Meghan Markle in 2018.

Their courtship has received so much public support that it has exceeded Prince William and Kate's romance for the first time.

"The media has a new golden pair," Burrows added.

Prince William, Princess Diana and Prince Harry Princess Diana (1961-1997) with her sons, Prince William (left) and Prince Harry, on a skiing holiday in Lech, Austria, 30th March 1993. Jayne Fincher/Princess Diana Archive/Getty Images