Princess Diana and Prince Charles's marriage did not have a fairy tale when they split in 1992, the public learned how strenuous their community is.
Diana spoke of many of their issues and extramarital affairs in her explosive panorama, as well as of her secretly recorded tapes given to journalist Andrew Morton, who wrote the book Diana: Her True Story. Some of the things that the Princess died had been discovered and passed since she married Charles, she still shocked the people to this day, and this includes her biographer. Here's what Morton said recently for listening to the tapes, plus some of the reasons why Diana was so miserable during her time in the royal family.
Diana sounds "like a prisoner in a cell"
In the documentary of 2019, Royal in war, Morton spoke of how he felt when he first heard the recordings and said that Diana sounds "like a prisoner in a cell".
"He was absolutely miserable and felt like he was a prisoner in the palace," he stressed. "She felt she should speak, I put the headphones, I turned on the cassette player, and this cascade of emotion came out." She spoke as a prisoner in a cell that only had a few minutes to get the story out. "
Morton added: "There was a talk about her misery, about her misfortune. It was totally shocking. I felt like I got into a parallel universe."
She struggled to fit into royal families
Diana also admitted that she had a hard time fitting in with the royal family and expressed jealousy about how she seemed so easy to her former sister-in-law, Sarah Ferguson.
The Princess explained that when Ferguson married Prince Andrew, she "seduced everyone in this family and did it well. She left me to look like a dirt." She added that even Charles said: "I would like to be like Fergie – have fun. "
The princess struggled with bulimia
Diana has been fighting bulimia for years.
She discovered that eating disorders began shortly after she and the prince had engaged, and he made a remark about her figure.
The princess recalled Charles as touching her waist and said, "Oh, I'm a little stupid here, are not we?"
He knew that Charles had an affair with Camilla
Another stress for Diana was her husband's infidelity.
She knew she had an affair with his former flame, Camilla Parker Bowles, and even raised courage to face her. Diana also faced Charles for it, but it did not go well because he acted as if it was perfectly pure to deceive her with another woman because of his royal status.
"I do not want to be the only Prince of Wales who has never had a mistress," I said, and I said.
Princess Diana died after the car crashed in Paris on August 31, 1997.
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