Diana tapes reveal SHOCKING secrets which ‘could hurt William and Harry’
In a candid interview given in her youth Diana opened up about her turbulent relationship with Prince Charles.
The new documentary, giving a glimpse into the personal thoughts of Princess Diana, has been blasted as “ghoulish” by some critics.
The film, set to be aired by Channel 4, shows the People’s Princess speaking candidly about her marriage in a series of voice coaching sessions.
Extracts from the recordings, during which Diana opens her heart about her failed marriage to Charles , his affair with Camilla Parker Bowles and her love for her bodyguard, were broadcast in America in 2004.
But this will be the first time the intimate videos will be aired on British TV.
The recording claim Princess Diana feared Palace officials were plotting to undermine her and take her sons away.
Dr James Colthurst, one of her oldest friends, said aides could not accept the amount of attention she received compared to Charles and wanted to sideline her and separate her from her children.
But the tapes were deemed too sensitive to be shown at home, until now.
After Earl Spencer, Diana’s brother, reportedly failed in a bid to make Channel 4 reconsider its decision , royal commentators rounded on the broadcaster today.
Ingrid Seward, author of ‘Diana: The Last Words’, said: “This is using Diana to make money and that is what killed her in the end.
“I don’t see how it will help anyone. It will upset her children, her ex-husband, Camilla, the Queen and Diana would simply not want this at all.
“The boys now must feel very exploited and very angry once again with the media and it reflects badly on all of us.”
Source: dailystar co uk
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