Princess Diana was delighted by Charles's 'Camillagate' humiliation, new book reveals

Danny Woods
August 14, 2017

A new documentary titled Diana's Wicked Stepmother, has revealed the late Princess' toxic relationship with her step-mum Raine Spencer, and recounts one moment when Diana lost it and pushed her down a flight of stairs.

In the recordings, Diana says that Charles, who is first in line to become the monarch when the queen dies, once told her, "I refuse to be the only Prince of Wales who never had a mistress".

The inspiring gift will resonate with royal fans, as it turns out Princess Diana wore a similar necklace give to her by Prince Charles.

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So how is it possible that a person who has already departed from this world would be able to narrate her own documentary film? "They were purposely ganging up on her", royal biographer Ingrid Seward said.

She said "There was no confidentiality agreements at that time and we were all in it alone".

When asked did they have any idea of the number of people who would be watching: "We did not imagine that there would be so many people watching and then we just hoped that people would like the dress".

At first, it seemed like the press and Diana fed off each other: they needed the shot, she enjoyed being a star. "It was a wonderful time".

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Diana's own mum left when she was just six.

She revealed she knew about Prince Charles' affair with Camilla Parker Bowles and admitted to an affair with her riding instructor James Hewitt.

"I'd like to be a queen of people's hearts, in people's hearts, but I don't see myself being Queen of this country", Diana said in a 1995 interview with BBC's Martin Bashir. I just think there were a series of very elementary errors in protection that actually in my view caused the accident.

"It doesn't hurt her memory at all. Obviously, it wasn't quite a flawless comparison by any means, but nonetheless she was flawed, she was vulnerable, and yet she had the courage to take on the hard challenges that she faced in her life".

"If it had been me, I would be devastated to think something I thought was a private conversation was heard around the world".

"Writing in the book, he quotes Diana: "'Game, set and match, ' she said, clutching to her a copy of the Daily Mirror containing a transcript of the "Camillagate" tape as we talked in her sitting room at Kensington Palace.

"She was such an unbelievable human being, how could something like that, that tragedy, happen to her?"

"Later, however, she told me that she had been genuinely shocked by some of the baser comments, in particular the Prince's tampon reference".

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