Diana denies “personal assistance” Andrew Morton With his explosive 1992 biography writing Diana: Her true storyShe said, but she did allow her friend to talk to him to help her set a record for her while her life was rising behind the scenes.
She told Bashir: “Many people have seen the suffering in my life, and they feel that helping themselves in their own way is a kind of support.” The princess once thought that maybe there is a book that can make people “understand” her better. . “Perhaps there are many women outside who suffer the same suffering, but in different environments, they cannot support themselves because their self-esteem is divided into two parts.”
However, she did not participate in the interview with agent agent Morton, but asked the question through her friend Dr. James Colthurst, who recorded her answer.Diana also gave Colcurst (the latter showed them to Morton), a few private letters from Camilla to Charles, the author shared in the book Sunday mail In 2017.
Morton recalled: “However, due to the British defamation law, I could not write that Prince Charles and Camilla were lovers at the time because I could not prove it.” “On the contrary, I have to mention a kind of’secret friendship’. “
Unlike the BBC interview, Morton said: “She never regretted recording meetings. As her friend film producer Lord Puttnam recalled: “She owns what she does. for. Less. But I have never heard a word of regret, I assure you. ‘” (After her death, the book was republished as Diana: Her true story-in her own words)
Nevertheless, Diana told Bashir that the book (“shocked and shocked the royal family”) was undoubtedly a turning point for her and Charles. “What was hidden, or what we thought was hidden, was later publicly shown and talked about every day. This puts pressure on us and requires us to sort out ourselves in some way.”
The reorganization work resulted in their separation officially announced in December 1992, capping the Queen’s “years”.