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Five bombshells from Princess Diana's book - hate mail, running away and 'striptease'
Princess Diana's fractured relationship with the Royal Family sent shockwaves around Britain and beyond in 1992.The late mother of Prince William and Prince Harry, laid bare her unhappiness to author Andrew Morton, who published her secrets in 'Diana, Her True Story'.Three decades on and almost 25 years since Diana's tragic Paris car crash death, we look at five of the most ground-breaking revelations from the book.Diana told Mr Morton of the hate mail she received, how she ran away from the palace, Camilla Parker Bowles' influence on her marriage to Prince Charles, her media hell and a royal 'striptease'.The former Princess of Wales was determined to do good in the world and that included supporting AIDS victims.For years AIDS carried with it stigma and prejudice, which Diana not only looked past but challenged in her actions which were not universally well received.Mr Morton wrote: "While her involvement with Aids counselling initially met with some hostility, which was regularly translated into anonymous hate mail, it was part of her desire to help the forgotten victims in society."It mattered not whether he was dying of Aids, cancer or some other disease; she had given her word to be with him at the end."Diana spoke about the times her husband Charles failed to put her needs first and was once so fed up she made a run for it.The late princess also told Mr Morton that she thought Charles was a "selfish father" to William and Harry. Mr Morton wrote: "When Prince Charles arrived home from a private visit to France she found his presence so oppressive that she literally ran out of Kensington Palace."She thought he was a bad father, a selfish father, the children had to tie in with what he's doing.
Kate Middleton makes rare comment on Princess of Wales title with sweet nod to William
Prince William.The Duke of Cambridge is in line for an ascension to the Prince of Wales role, currently held by his father, Prince Charles.With Prince Charles likely the next King of England, all eyes are on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the likely new titles the pair will receive.Comments made by Prince William and Kate Middleton on the future roles they will play in the family are extremely rare, but Middleton let slip a comment regarding the title.The Duchess of Cambridge was full of praise for husband William, with a video shared on Twitter showing the royal saying she was in "good hands" for their eventual succession as Prince and Princess of Wales.Her rare comment, recorded at a meet and greet with a crowd, showed Middleton was full of praise for her husband, William.Middleton can be heard making the comment of praise while shaking hands with one lady, who told her she would make a great Princess of Wales one day.The Duchess of Cambridge can be heard replying: "That's very kind of you. I'm in good hands," while gesturing to husband William.Although it is not a given that William will receive the title of Prince of Wales, it is likely given that Prince Charles will rescind the role once ascending to the throne of England.The title must be bestowed upon the heir by the monarch, leaving it up to Prince Charles as to who takes on the title of Prince of Wales.Experts have predicted that it is more than likely William lined up to receive the role, The Mirror reported.Should William receive the role of Prince of Wales, then Kate Middleton would become the Princess of Wales, with the last person to hold the title being Prince William's mother, Princess Diana.
Fern Britton fumes at Prince Charles for 'segregating' Harry and Meghan at Jubilee
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived at St Paul's Cathedral for the Service of Thanksgiving on Friday.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince William and Kate Middleton among other members of the royal family as they marked the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.It marks the first time the family has returned to British soil with their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, three, and daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, one, since they stepped down from royal duties in 2020.Fern Britton took to Twitter and shared her dismay after she took aim at the Prince of Wales.The former This Morning presenter claimed she thought it "troubling" the Sussexes were sat apart from the working royals.Meghan and Harry spent a few minutes chatting to the senior cleric before entering the cathedral and taking their seats in the second row from the front, while Prince Charles and Prince William sat on the other side.In view of her 113,000 followers, Fern penned: "I understand all the protocols and ‘soft diplomacy’ employed by the Royal Family, but for the #POW [Prince of Wales] to allow Harry and Meghan to be so obviously segregated is troubling."A father should have the b***s to sit as a family with his two children."Her tweet sparked division as social media users flocked to comment on the post.@stellabranch tweeted: "I thought it was totally right for them to be sat with Eugenie and Beatrice and their partners.Secondary Royals."@BabsRambow commented: "They don't want to be working royals any more so they were seated with the rest of the non working royals.They don't want the responsibilities, they are not entitled to the perks."@JennyBarr10 wrote: "I wish them well but think they have chosen a