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Old 11-30-2004, 10:38 AM
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i think the whole thing is kind of funny. first the world loved her. then they despised her. when she died she became the people's princess and everyone (except camila) loved her and now the world wants to show how crazy and on the edge she was. hmm i think its hilarious the amount of time we spend building up a person and then tearing them down. nothing about those tapes will change anyones mind about how they feel about princess diana. if you loved her before you will love her now. if you thought she was a little flaky before you will continue to think she was flaky. this like everything else about the woman is about money. the royal family is about imagae and money and they will always be. so why get upset over a tape???? tapes will come and tapes will go...etc. etc. etc...
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Old 11-30-2004, 04:50 PM
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Although I don't agree with Mr. Settelen decision to sell the tapes. It did give me the chills hearing what Diana had to say about her relationship with her husband. Many books have been written about her and her boys but to hear it out of her own mouth all the frustration, anger, regret, and sadness.

I would rather see these tapes than some new book with a new spin on her life.
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Old 11-30-2004, 05:37 PM
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I watched the tapes, more out of curiosity in what Diana had to say then out of anything else. I am one of those people who thinks Diana did some truly wonderful things for the world, but at the same time was a little off her rocker. After the first installment I have to say that I my opinion hasn't changed all that much (as an earlier poster pointed out-I don't think there is much that can be said that would change my mind). I also think this is incredibly one sided. We don't get to hear Charles's side or the BRF's side-all we hear is Diana's side, and of course she's going to paint herself the complete and total victim in everything-it's human nature to do so. I've said it multiple times before, and I will say it again, Diana was not perfect, she played a tremendous part in the break down of her marriage as well!

In reply to the post about shame on the US channel who aired the tapes, and to those of us who watched it-it's natural to be curious about what someone in a high profile has to say about the tragedies of thier life. People still talk about Columbine High School and the tragedy that occured there-there are always new stories or theories or conspiracies coming out about it. I had a friend die in the tragedy-but to say it's in the past, and they are in the past, and to move on and forget about it, forget about them, and not hear the new "evidence" or what not, is like pretending it didn't happen. The tapes being aired give people an insight into what Diana was feeling. No one can deny what she was feeling, and perhaps it helps people understand her a bit more. If this is truly about money-then yes it's completely wrong-but it's his choice. But the Speech consultant has come out in this interview, when asked why, and said that he wants people to hear Diana's viewpoints. There is no evidence to prove otherwise.
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Old 11-30-2004, 07:28 PM
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Maybe it's a bit of English reserve showing up in this Australian but I've always believed that you shouldn't air your dirty laundry in public and that you shouldn't put down either on paper or, in this modern age, on tape anything that you would not want your children to read. My concern is for William & Harry. I think that the breakup of their parents marriage, Diana's determination to involve them in that breakup and the tragedy of her death have scarred them enough. The total disregard by television networks (and I include the Australian channel that is airing the tapes) for two young men who are trying to build lives for themselves after so much tragedy is appalling.
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So what about the ham and cheese sandwich and how many cubes of ice did she put in that Diet Coke? I caught part of the last airing and missed those pieces of information---used by NBC to promote it? Does she actually talk about stuff like that? I'm not being facetious and agree with much of what you've written. The promo bit on this thread did pique my curiousity as to what they got into and what she actually discussed. I saw her rehearsing, that's all.
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I watched the tapes, more out of curiosity in what Diana had to say then out of anything else. I am one of those people who thinks Diana did some truly wonderful things for the world, but at the same time was a little off her rocker. After the first installment I have to say that I my opinion hasn't changed all that much (as an earlier poster pointed out-I don't think there is much that can be said that would change my mind). I also think this is incredibly one sided. We don't get to hear Charles's side or the BRF's side-all we hear is Diana's side, and of course she's going to paint herself the complete and total victim in everything-it's human nature to do so. I've said it multiple times before, and I will say it again, Diana was not perfect, she played a tremendous part in the break down of her marriage as well!

In reply to the post about shame on the US channel who aired the tapes, and to those of us who watched it-it's natural to be curious about what someone in a high profile has to say about the tragedies of thier life. People still talk about Columbine High School and the tragedy that occured there-there are always new stories or theories or conspiracies coming out about it. I had a friend die in the tragedy-but to say it's in the past, and they are in the past, and to move on and forget about it, forget about them, and not hear the new "evidence" or what not, is like pretending it didn't happen. The tapes being aired give people an insight into what Diana was feeling. No one can deny what she was feeling, and perhaps it helps people understand her a bit more. If this is truly about money-then yes it's completely wrong-but it's his choice. But the Speech consultant has come out in this interview, when asked why, and said that he wants people to hear Diana's viewpoints. There is no evidence to prove otherwise.
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Old 01-23-2005, 06:41 PM
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I just feel it is like the abdication all over again. Even though I am a British citizen who pays for the upkeep of these people I am reliant on people from the U.S.A., Austrailia etc to keep me informed of the contents of the tapes as our own media won't screen them. Can you imagine if during the Bill Clinton saga Americans couldn't view certain footage or reports detailing the President's actions but the rest of the world could? There would be have been outrage and rightly so but the British people are treated like children in regard to a lot of Royal reporting just like we were in 1936.
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Old 01-23-2005, 10:29 PM
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Your point is excellent, James. I always was under the impression certain media would broadcast revelations like the tapes in the UK. Look at how the BBC worked with Diana re: her Panorama interview. Who is in charge of surpressing the broadcast of the tapes in the UK? I don't know how that works as in the US, anything and everything is shown, regardless of how any individual may feel (Bill Clinton, for instance). As a democratic country, it certainly doesn't feel so democratic if news may be withheld. I do remember seeing a copy of a book years ago re: Diana and Charles written by their housekeeper and there was a stamp on it "Banned in Britain." How can one ban a book.......? Is it because the housekeeper broke some rule about not writing about her employers? The Kennedy's have such a rule in place--or did during the White House years. It didn't matter; after JFK was assassinated, books by friends and books sanctioned by the family began popping up all over. (And JFK was against having staff sign the confidentiality paperwork; his wife was the one who pressed for it).
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Old 01-23-2005, 10:36 PM
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I think it did have to do with the fact that Wendy Berry had signed a confidentiality agreement. Mind you, the way things are going now, the royal family would be prosecuting a different person every week since so many of the staff who worked for Charles and Diana or their families have decided to write books about it.

As far as what can and can't be published in various countries, it differs. I gather that the American investigative journalist Greg Palast can really only get his articles into British newspapers because American ones are so fearful of lawsuits from some of the corporations and high-level government officials he goes after that they've refused to touch anything he writes.
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its good memory of Princess Diana she wores of Wedding dresses when she got married to Prince Charles in 1981 but im sure if have more dresses when she visit on tours and attend opera&ballet?

let Princess Diana good works and she let rest in peace


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I'd like to share with u my memory of my beloved Lady di, on her wed day, I was there inon july 29, 1981, I stayed next the statue for lots of time and she finally showed on the balcony and every1 was shouting for a kiss, so Charles kissed her, she was so lovely... she did not deserve to die young after years of pain, loneliness etc.-hope she rest in peace. I'll never forget her, I was at her last home, outside in the gardens on the 6th anniversary of her death.
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Old 01-28-2005, 12:22 AM
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Princess Diana/Charles Wedding Cake Auctioned

In January 11th issue of "Hello," there is a brief article on the auction of a piece of the wedding cake and bottle of Dom Perignon champagne from the ceremony.

The auctioneer Dominic Winter sold off the piece of cake for 234 (UK dollars) and the champagne for 1050. Despite being 23 years old, a spokesperson for the auction house said "it may still be edible as it's fruit cake saturated in alcohol so I don't think it would do you any harm, I don't think. It might be a bit musty but if someone had a few drinks they might not necessarily notice." Hysterical! I don't think the buyer will be consuming the slice anytime soon....just my opinion! Musty cake wouldn't sound too tasty even if one consumed a few bottles of dom!!!! Ugh.
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Old 01-31-2005, 04:28 PM
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I know a good-quality dark fruit cake is supposed to be edible after five years (some of them survived the secon world war in good shape), but I wouldn't risk it with a 20-year-old cake, especially if it still had its marzipan layer.
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Diana's Clever Ways of Avoiding Paparazzi

I just finished reading a book "Diana: Portrait of a Princess" and it was quite interesting. Even in her dating days, she was clever enough to publicly place a suitcase in her car, go back in her apartment, then slip out the back.


She confided to her friends and butler she was going to stick mainly to her leopard print swimsuit on that last vacation so all their photos would look alike and they would lose interest. And, to some degree, she succeeded. I thought it most clever!


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Where royalty rules: we've got you covered

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By Nene King
February 13, 2005
Page 1 of Friday's London Daily Star.

Princess Diana was the ultimate covergirl. Every time we put her on the front of Woman's Day the circulation shot up. On a good week I would sell 1.1 million of them. Then the stories came out about her marriage trouble and Camilla Parker Bowles being behind it. The poor woman was compared to this beautiful princess everyone thought was part of a fairytale. Poor Camilla! Hobbling around on a horse, with the dress sense of the landed gentry - and the future king's madly in love with her!

We're so shallow, really: people saw Diana as being pretty and Camilla as anything but. Mind you, she would look frumpy in a black dress with a split up it. I never put her on a full cover. I thought she could not sell it on her own. So I always put Diana beside her - comparing them in black dresses.

Camilla is up there with Lindy Chamberlain as bad cover material: it's all physical, but women in particular didn't like that type of person. If we ever said anything nice about Camilla, how she was helping Charles get on with his life, I'd get hate mail.

She's probably a very nice woman, and very entertaining. Charles should have married her in the first place, but there was this belief the future monarch should marry a virgin. So Di was dragged into this hornet's nest so far removed from the real world. Camilla knew the background and would have fitted better. I would have thought that whatever happened between Charles and Camilla, they would have stayed married. Sure, he would have had dalliances, but she would have been the staunch wife to the end, as so many of these women have been.

Anyway, it is a real love story that has lasted a long, long time. In years to come, when we talk about Napoleon and Josephine, we'll include Charles and Camilla.


It will be interesting to see how the magazines handle the wedding. We've had Rove's wedding, the Trump wedding - that put royalty to shame. I'm not sure I'd put Camilla on the cover by herself. I'd want to see what she looked like - if she's had any Botox or Jenny Craig, or a whitening-up of the teeth. If not, one of the magazines is sure to give her one. Maybe a smart shot, say at home at Clarence House. But a big headshot with a cheesy grin? I'm not so sure.

I would rather slit my wrists than put Charles on a cover. He's just not saleable. Maybe if he had fallen in love with Jennifer Aniston and there were scoop photos of their hideaway in the Bahamas. That's the only reason you'd put him on. Even if he died, I'd be loath to have him the cover.

No, there was never a cover person like Diana. After she died, we continued putting her on the cover, but she never sold as many copies as she did when she was alive. People wanted us to leave her alone.

Nene King worked in magazines for 25 years. A former editor of Woman's Day and Women's Weekly, she was responsible for many royal exclusives, including Sarah Ferguson's toe-sucking pictures.
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Car in Princess Diana crash was last-minute replacement

LONDON (AP) — The car in the crash that killed Princess Diana in Paris was a last- minute replacement either meant as a media diversion or because the vehicle she was supposed to take failed to start, according to British government documents released Tuesday.

The papers, released by the Cabinet Office under the Freedom of Information Act, detailed correspondence between the government and British officials in France in the days after the Aug. 31, 1997, high-speed crash that killed Diana, her boyfriend Dodi Fayed and the driver Henri Paul.

A memo sent to Prime Minister Tony Blair on the day of Diana's death claimed the couple was "immediately subject to media attention" as they arrived at the Ritz Hotel on the evening of Aug. 30 and were surrounded by journalists as they left early the next morning.

"They tried to leave quickly but the first car failed to start," states the document, whose author is not revealed.

A second document sent to then-Foreign Secretary Robin Cook and signed Jay — believed to be Michael Jay, Britain's ambassador to France at the time — made the same allegation. "Because apparently their getaway car failed to start they got into another nearby car driven by a Ritz driver," it said.

Another document, sent by Jay to the Foreign Office on Sept. 23, gives a slightly different version of events, saying the switch to another car had been "a last minute plan aimed at diverting awaiting paparazzi."

A French court ruled in 2002 that the crash was an accident caused by Paul, who was drunk and speeding. British royal coroner Michael Burgess opened another investigation last year, however, to determine whether the deadly crash could have been the result of a plot.

Fayed's father, Egyptian-born businessman Mohammed al Fayed, has maintained the car crash was plotted by people who disapproved of Diana's relationship with his son. He also says the circumstances of the crash were covered up.

The document sent by Jay to the Foreign Office also detailed how Mohammed al Fayed arranged for a British pathologist to challenge test results that showed Paul had high levels of alcohol in his system when the car crashed.

The papers, posted on the Cabinet Office Web site, also reveal diplomatic discussions on arrangements to remove the princess' body and start an investigation into the crash.
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Where royalty rules: we've got you covered

By Nene King
February 13, 2005
Page 1 of Friday's London Daily Star.

Princess Diana was the ultimate covergirl. Every time we put her on the front of Woman's Day the circulation shot up. On a good week I would sell 1.1 million of them. Then the stories came out about her marriage trouble and Camilla Parker Bowles being behind it. The poor woman was compared to this beautiful princess everyone thought was part of a fairytale. Poor Camilla! Hobbling around on a horse, with the dress sense of the landed gentry - and the future king's madly in love with her!

We're so shallow, really: people saw Diana as being pretty and Camilla as anything but. Mind you, she would look frumpy in a black dress with a split up it. I never put her on a full cover. I thought she could not sell it on her own. So I always put Diana beside her - comparing them in black dresses.

Camilla is up there with Lindy Chamberlain as bad cover material: it's all physical, but women in particular didn't like that type of person. If we ever said anything nice about Camilla, how she was helping Charles get on with his life, I'd get hate mail.

She's probably a very nice woman, and very entertaining. Charles should have married her in the first place, but there was this belief the future monarch should marry a virgin. So Di was dragged into this hornet's nest so far removed from the real world. Camilla knew the background and would have fitted better. I would have thought that whatever happened between Charles and Camilla, they would have stayed married. Sure, he would have had dalliances, but she would have been the staunch wife to the end, as so many of these women have been.

Anyway, it is a real love story that has lasted a long, long time. In years to come, when we talk about Napoleon and Josephine, we'll include Charles and Camilla.


It will be interesting to see how the magazines handle the wedding. We've had Rove's wedding, the Trump wedding - that put royalty to shame. I'm not sure I'd put Camilla on the cover by herself. I'd want to see what she looked like - if she's had any Botox or Jenny Craig, or a whitening-up of the teeth. If not, one of the magazines is sure to give her one. Maybe a smart shot, say at home at Clarence House. But a big headshot with a cheesy grin? I'm not so sure.

I would rather slit my wrists than put Charles on a cover. He's just not saleable. Maybe if he had fallen in love with Jennifer Aniston and there were scoop photos of their hideaway in the Bahamas. That's the only reason you'd put him on. Even if he died, I'd be loath to have him the cover.

No, there was never a cover person like Diana. After she died, we continued putting her on the cover, but she never sold as many copies as she did when she was alive. People wanted us to leave her alone.

Nene King worked in magazines for 25 years. A former editor of Woman's Day and Women's Weekly, she was responsible for many royal exclusives, including Sarah Ferguson's toe-sucking pictures.
I would agree with that articles!

Princess Diana had most glamorous Princess in Cover include People cover,Hello Magazine,Royalty magazine,Majesty Magazine,Hola magazine and lots of more magazine since 1981-1997 when she got married to Prince Charles in 1981 but the paparazzi got inch of Princess Diana full! make her SO perfect for her.

But after she died but we have continued cover of Princess Diana in the magazine we have talking about her of death years and more! im been reading includes Hello magazine,Royalty Magazine,People Magazine,Majesty Magazine,whatever where you been read in your hometown magazine of Princess Diana.

Camilla is not Royals! because she is mistress and companion with Prince Charles for over 30 years they now she financee to Prince Charles last February but she will get married this years oh my lord! but i dont like Camilla!

im been collection covers since 1997 from my Aunt and i will get more magazine from my Aunt for my birthday on May i will kept it! and im been got mail from people magazine of Princess Diana,Prince William and articles of Princess Diana,Prince William and lots of more Royals.

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Old 03-17-2005, 01:12 PM
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SECRET DIANA PAPERS DETAIL LAST-MINUTE CAR SWAP:



16 MARCH 2005

Uncertainty surrounding the events that led up to Princess Diana's tragic death in 1997 has been stirred up once again after secret papers were released by the Government. The documents, which detail communications between the prime minister, the British ambassador to France and then Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, were made public under the Freedom of Information Act on Tuesday.

At the centre of the controversy are questions as to why Diana and her companion Dodi al-Fayed switched cars just before leaving the Paris Ritz. Until now it was widely believed that the move was intended to throw waiting paparazzi off their scent, but the newly released papers indicate the first car may have broken down.

The first suggestion of this version of events came in a memo sent to Tony Blair immediately after the accident. "The Princess and Dodi al-Fayed arrived at the Paris Ritz yesterday afternoon," it read. "They were immediately subject to media attention and when they left the hotel late last night they were surrounded by a number of journalists. They tried to leave quickly but the first hire car failed to start."

Soon afterwards Ambassador Michael Jay sent a letter to Robin Cook which repeated the theory. "Because, apparently, their getaway car failed to start they got into another nearby car driven by a Ritz driver," he wrote. The second car was driven by security guard Henri Paul, who was later shown to be three times over the legal alcohol limit.

Suggestions the other vehicle wouldn't start will inevitably fuel conspiracy theories surrounding the Princess' death. A few weeks later, however, Sir Michael appeared to change his mind, saying the pair had switched cars "following a last minute change of plan aimed at diverting the waiting paparazzi".
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According to Cindy Adam's column in today's New York Post, Tina Brown is writing a book about Diana.....perhaps best suited for the Fiction section of the bookstore.....

March 22, 2005 -- TINA BROWN, always Out There and generating excitement, is promising tasty dish in her Princess Diana book. Diana and those others who were cut down early on also apparently keep generating excitement. Like the limitless Marilyn, JFK, Elvis fascinations. Each reincarnation guarantees "new, never before reported material." Each trumpets "new intimate sources speak out for the first time." There can't be this many people on our planet?! Those we've seen into seniority and fragility do not stoke similar passion. It's as though their latter years were not pretty, and we don't really enjoy bringing them back. For instance, who's pushing Sinatra records anymore??? Anyway, back to Tina:

We've all heard whispers about how Prince Harry maybe wasn't courtesy of Prince Charles. But it's gossip. Only gossip. Tina's going further with that one. Another revelation is about Brit billionaire, Sir James Goldsmith, maybe being Diana's daddy. Not sugar daddy. Biological daddy. And that others of his late Sirship's family resemble Diana. Listen, don't pick on me. It's not my book.

Even in downtown Tbilisi, Georgia, they've heard about Di's crush on that Pakistani doctor. This new bio hints she also panted after Tom Hanks. Not that she had the relationship. Just that she wanted it. Stuff's also been printed about she and Kevin Costner being friends. Supposedly, allegedly, rumoredly, there's info that Di would mimic him for fun. Tell her insiders anything and everything he said to her. Tina lives here, works here and earns here, but her agent is Ed Victor, based in London. The book isn't yet finished, so if you want to know more or get the rights — he's the one to call.
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