Princess Diana recounts Charles' infidelity in shocking audio transcripts “He’d found the virgin, the sacrificial lamb, and in a way he was obsessed with me. But it was hot and cold, hot and cold.” Twenty five years ago, the royal family was plunged into chaos when a book, Diana: Her True Story, by journalist Andrew Morton became a sizzling, international bestseller. The book contained a series of devastating revelations -- among them, how Diana, Princess of Wales, developed bulimia and the extent to which her marriage and quality of life had been affected by her husband’s ongoing affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. The royal family scrambled to find the source of the leak, only to discover years later that it was Diana herself who had given the interviews. She had, in fact, r
'Is it true that Mummy's dead?': Prince Harry's heartbreaking words to Charles as the royals carried on as normal and attended church just hours after telling the boys Diana had died Revelation made by Tina Brown in Diana: 7 Days That Shook The Windsors Young Prince couldn't believe his mother was dead as nothing had changed Family attended church at Balmoral and no mention of Diana made at service Queen hid TVs and radios so boys wouldn't hear any distressing details on news The royal family's insistence on carrying on as normal in the immediate aftermath of Diana's death left Prince Harry, 12, confused and wondering if his mother had really passed away. The revelation is made by the princess' biographer Tina Brown in tonight's documentary Diana: 7 Days That Shook The Windso
It’s been nearly 20 years since Princess Diana died and for the first time, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, talked about what it was like when her highly publicized affair with Prince Charles was revealed in a candid interview with The Mail on Sunday's You Magazine. At the time their affair started with the Prince of Wales, he was still married to Diana and she to first husband Andrew Parker-Bowles. It wasn’t easy for Camilla. “I couldn’t really go anywhere. But the children came and went as normal — they just got on with it, and so did great friends,” the 69-year-old said, adding: “It was horrid. It was a deeply unpleasant time and I wouldn’t want to put my worst enemy through it. I couldn’t have survived it without my family.” The Duchess of Cornwall was able to get through the o
Presenter Martin Lewis has told of his admiration for Prince William and Prince Harry in choosing to speak publicly about the death of their mother, as he admitted his struggle to talk about his own similar experience. The money and mental health campaigner said he still finds it difficult to come to terms with losing his own mother in a car crash when he was a child. Speaking about the royal brothers’ recent comments about the late Princess Diana, he said: “I found it difficult to watch. “I was 12 when I lost my mum in a car accident, like Prince Harry, and his bravery in being able to talk about it is something I cannot applaud enough.” A patron of children’s bereavement charity Grief Encounter, he continued: “I almost said no to becoming a patron because I would have to
Prince Harry shared his softer side when he comforted two children who had just lost their mother last year. According to The Telegraph, Harry was at a rugby match between the Royal Navy and Army when he met with 11-year-old Emily and 13-year-old Isaac Briggs during the game’s halftime. Emily and Isaac reportedly lost their mother, Kim, last year after she was struck by a cyclist while on her lunch break. “He just told us everything will be OK. Even though everything seems really bad at the moment, it will get better,” Emily said of the meeting. She added that it was “very nice” to meet him. “We talked about the cadets, we talked about rugby, about losing parents. He was the same age I was, and [it happened] in kind of a similar way,” Isaac said, adding that he was a “normal g
Kate Middleton is often seen (and wondered over) but seldom heard. But today is one of those rare, precious times when the Duchess of Cambridge is not only speaking on camera, but speaking at length. In a new video for the British mental health organization Heads Together (and capping off a week of Prince William and Prince Harry advocating for the cause ahead of the London Marathon this weekend), Kate, Prince William, and Prince Harry sit on what appears to be a park bench at Kensington Palace and have a shockingly deep, roughly 6-minute conversation about their emotions, parenting, and Princess Diana’s death. It may be closest thing we’ll ever get to a royal reality show—and the most we’ve ever heard Kate Middleton speak at a stretch. In a casual striped tee—and an impeccable Pant
Feud season 2: Creator drops huge spoiler about Charles and Diana marriage split story RYAN MURPHY has revealed details about season two of Feud, which will chronicle Prince Charles and Princess Diana's messy split. The second series was renewed by network FX days before the first series, Feud: Bette and Joan, had been aired. Season one centred on the backstage battle between screen legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Speaking at an Emmy event, creator Murphy, who also wrote and produced Glee, American Horror Story and American Crime Story, explained what viewers could expect from the next instalment. “The next one is about Charles and Diana,” he confirmed (via Deadline). “We are shooting I think in the late fall and I’m casting Charles and Diana.” The finale o
The Duke of Cambridge has revealed the shock of his mother Diana's death lives with him to this day. Prince William made the admission in the Mind Over Marathon documentary, which charts the efforts of a group of runners with mental health problems as they train for the London Marathon. In the film William, along with his wife Kate and hir brother Prince Harry, attend one of the runners' training sessions. There the prince sympathised with a London Marathon runner, Rhian Burke, 39, who asks for advice about comforting her own bereaved children. Speaking about the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, he told her: "I still feel, you know, 20 years later about my mother, I still have shock within me - 20 years later." Ms Burke suffered the loss of her one-year-old ...
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The secret code words and everything else that will happen when the Queen dies It might not seem the most agreeable subject to think about, but plans have been revealed as to what will happen when The Queen passes away. Although no-one likes to mull on anyone's death too much, the monarch will be 91 next month, and the day will inevitably come when the throne passes to Prince Charles. And there is a highly-detailed plan of how the nation will be told - and what happens in the next days and hours. It includes a special codeword for the Queen, and a detailed plan with everything from her undertaker's name to the number of pall bearers and the length of gunfire salute in her The details were revealed by The Guardian based on various emergency plans in place. This is what they show: Ho...