Princess Diana’s brother furiously denies Donald Trump’s claims about her and late Queen


Earl Spencer, brother of Princess Diana, lashed out at former President Donald Trump after he claimed the Queen and the late Princess of Wales “kissed his a***”.

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Princess Diana thought Donald Trump was “worse than an anal fissure”, according to her brother Charles Spencer. His heated comments come as Trump claimed Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth II “kiss my a***” in letters set to be published for the first time a new book.

“Surprised to hear that Donald Trump is apparently claiming that my late sister Diana wanted to “kiss his a***”, since the one time she mentioned him to me – when he was using her good name to sell some real estate in New York – she clearly viewed him as worse than an anal fissure,” Earl Spencer said in a tweet.

The claim comes as Donald Trump is set to release his new book, Letters to Trump, in April. It is said to reveal 150 letters written both to and from royals, world leaders, former presidents and celebrities.

Trump said of the book: “I think they’re going to see a very fascinating life. I knew them all and every one of them kissed my a***, and now I only have half of them kissing my a***.”

Princess Diana and Donald Trump.

Donald Trump claimed Princess Di and the Queen wanted to ‘kiss his a***’. (Image: GETTY)

Donald Trump and Queen Elizabeth II.

Trump praised the late Queen who met as US President. (Image: GETTY)

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Letters from former presidents including Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Clinton are included in the book, as are letters from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. Letters from celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, will also be included.

This isn’t the first time Trump has boasted about his interactions with members of the Royal Family. Trump previously claimed that Queen Consort Camilla and Queen Elizabeth II were competing for his attention at a royal banquet.

However, he also praised the late monarch ,calling her “truly a legend”. Speaking to Piers Morgan, he said: “She [Camilla] was on my right, the Queen was on my left, and I said ‘Queen, I really have to talk to Camilla for a little while too’. We couldn’t break apart.”

He added: “[Camilla] was funny, she was smart, she was quick, she was great. I like her too. I like Charles.”

King Charles, Camilla, Trump and Melania Trump.

Trump claimed Camilla and the Queen were vying for his attention. (Image: GETTY)

King Charles and Donald Trump.

Donald Trump said he ‘liked’ King Charles. (Image: GETTY)

In 2000, he told Stern that he would get intimate with Her Royal Highness “without hesitation” – but would ask her take an HIV test beforehand. He also spoke with Stern on the topic in 1997.

In his book, The King: The Life of Charles III, author Christopher Andersen claimed that Trump had “relentlessly pursued” Diana after her divorce from King Charles in 1996.

Letters to Trump will be released next month by Winning Team Publishing. The company has described it as a “colourful photo book [which] captures the incredible, and oftentimes private correspondence, between President Donald J Trump and some of the biggest names in history”.


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