Many of us may recall the shocking interview she gave two years before the death of Princess Diana.
In 1995, the princess sat on a frank chat with Martin Bashir, in which she talked about her problematic marriage. Prince Charles and his romance with Camilla Parker Bowles. In an interview with bombs, Diana blew her husband
Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the royal family are reported to have survived the interview, but as the old son of Diana, Prince William, felt it and the princess actually regretted this?
William was "angry"
The Amazon Prime documentary film The Fair of Vanity Correspondent, Cathy Nicole, claims that William was very angry with his mother after passing an interview
William was subjected to everything from the interview and called his mother in fury and rage, "said Nicole. Then she remembered a conversation with her close friend, Diana Simone Simmons, who told her that
He was one time when William turned to her mother and said that he would never forgive Diana for what she had done.
Nicoll also touched on this topic in his book William and Harry . In her she said that the prince was in disbelief when she looked at the interview at the teacher's office in Eton, where he was aboard.
"He simply could not believe that his mother had invited television cameras in a house in which he grew up and loved to betray his father and his family in such a public way, "she wrote.
What the Prince said about this
To the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana, William said that she finally realized why his mother decided to make an interview
"I can understand – sometimes having been in In some situations, you feel incredibly desperate, and very unjustly speaking about false things, "explained the future king." The easiest thing to do is just say or go to the media on your own. Open the door. [But] Once you've opened it, you will never be able to close it again.
Did Diana regret it?
Interview was so explosive and caused such a disturbance that over the years there were doubts that the Welsh Princess really regretted. According to Patrick Jeffson, who was Chief of Staff and private secretary of Diana, this was true, but only because of how she descended.
"She portrayed herself as a victim," said Jeffson. In fact, she was a much stronger person. She was able to become a healer, not a victim … She could have come from a position of strength … I find it professionally disappointing, and I think she also regretted, depicting herself as a victim, asking for sympathy …  On August 31, 1997, Princess Diana died after a car accident in Paris.
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