Documentary films made on the 20th anniversary of the tragic death of the princess Diane, peels back the veils of mystery from her life. As reported by the British Guardian, videos of the late princess with her public speaking instructor will soon be shown on small screens. The recordings were made in the early nineties, when Diana asked for help with public appearances Peter Settelen.
“I approached the queen and burst into tears. I asked her what to do and she said, ‘I don’t know. There’s no hope for Charles,'” Diana recounts in the clip as she describes how she sought help from the Queen after learning that Charles was carrying on an affair with Camillo Parker Bowles.
After writing Telegraph Diana revealed that she only met Charles thirteen times before the wedding. “Sometimes he would call me every day of the week and then not speak to me for three weeks. Very unusual behavior. But when he called me, I was incredibly excited,” says the princess.
When asked about their sex life, Diana admits in the video that she and Charles were intimate once every three weeks. “Over time, this became the norm for us, once every three weeks,” she admitted.
The marriage with Charles was a bone of contention for a long time. Once she was completely down and said. “If I could write the script of my life, my husband would leave with his lover and never come back”.
It is said that there are about twenty filmstrips with controversial content that were not approved by Buckingham Palace and they tried to ensure that the footage would never see the light of day. Some of them, however, came to the public.