Reports said that Meghan Markle's team chose the week of Princess Diana's 25th death anniversary to launch her new Spotify podcast, "Archetypes." However, the Duchess of Sussex clarified she's not intending to steal the light from the Princess of Wales.

“Some people will say it was scheduled to coincide with the debut on Meghan’s podcast. But that happened last week. No, it was scheduled to debut the week of Diana’s death. Part of the agreement Meghan’s team made with the outlet was that it had to debut the week of August 29th. Meghan was not given copy or photo approval, but she was given a guaranteed when the interview would run,” a source told Radar Online.

According to the insider, Markle's public relations team wanted to make sure that when Prince Harry's wife discusses the royal family again, it will be close to the period of Princess Diana's passing. After all, the late prince was also treated harshly by The Firm and its members.

Sources are also confident that Markle will use "Archetypes" as the ideal opportunity to pay tribute to her late mother-in-law, particularly those who are trying to compare the Duchess of Sussex to the Princess of Wales.

“Meghan thinks this is a winning formula. She has given up on trying to win the support of the Brits. Now, she is focused exclusively on America,” the source said.

The 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's passing was not observed jointly by Prince William and Prince Harry. Instead, the estranged brothers paid tribute to the Princess of Wales independently in private.

The brothers have expressed some awful things about Princess Diana's tragic passing throughout the years. They were only 15 and 12 years old when the boys learned that their mother had passed away.

The Duke of Cambridge honored Princess Diana last year while attending an event in Edinburgh. Because he was on holiday in Scotland when his late mother passed away, he claimed that Scotland is the location of some of his happiest and darkest memories.

“Still in shock, I found sanctuary in the service of Crathie Kirk (Church) that very morning. And in the dark days of grief that followed, I found comfort and solace in the Scottish outdoors,” he said (via TODAY).

One of Prince Harry's greatest regrets, he acknowledged in 2017, is not having a phone conversation with Princess Diana for a longer time.

“If I’d known that that was the last time I was going to speak to my mother the things that I would — the things I would have said to her. All I do remember regretting for the rest of my life how short that phone call is. Looking back now, I have to live with that for the rest of my life,” he said in the documentary "Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry (R) and Meghan Markle (L), the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, attend the 2020 UN Nelson Mandela Prize award ceremony at the United Nations in New York on July 18, 2022. - The Prize is being awarded to Marianna Vardinoyannis of Greece and Doctor Morissanda Kouyate of Guinea. Photo by Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images

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