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Author:
MORTON ANDREW
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POCKET STAR BOOK (1995)
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Though Diana: Her New Life is clearly written from within Diana's camp (and, I suspect, with her cooperation), there are some clues to the difficulties of being close to this enigmatic icon

Though Diana: Her New Life is clearly written from within Diana's camp (and, I suspect, with her cooperation), there are some clues to the difficulties of being close to this enigmatic icon. Her staff knew that it was going to be a rough day if there was anything negative about her in the press, or if she was expected to deal with the Royal Family. It was a delicate dance staying on top of who was "in" and who was "out" of her inner circle

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The book is so sad in retrospect. Diana expressed a desire to live in Paris, because the photographers were slightly more respectful there.

Ships from and sold by The book is so sad in retrospect. At one point in the book, her dealings with the media were described by the phrase "if you live by the press, you'll die by the press.

Andrew Morton lives in London with his wife and two teenage daughters

Andrew Morton lives in London with his wife and two teenage daughters. This, however, would be to dishonour her memory, to distort history and to run counter to the people’s spirit of honesty and openness. so eloquently captured by her brother, Earl Spencer at her funeral. For what people have never realized is the extent of the Princess’s.

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Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate. Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words is the closest we will ever come to her autobiography. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

The publication in 1992 of Andrew Morton's Diana: Her True Story shook the British Royal family to its very foundations. Initially greeted with disbelief, as time passed, it became clear that the book was, as its title claimed, Diana's true story. Diana's friends were hopeful that separation from Charles would bring Diana freedom to find happiness. But has it? With her marriage in limbo and her children only occasionally by her side, Diana's position in the royal family is one of increasing isolation.

Here, Andrew Morton reveals that truth. Yet she has courageously struggled to create a new life for herself. This is a stunning book because it tells the truth

Here, Andrew Morton reveals that truth. In Diana: Her True Story we learn that Diana's marriage to Prince Charles has been unhappy from the very beginning. In fact, Diana has described her wedding day as the "most emotionally confusing day" of her life. This is a stunning book because it tells the truth. It tells the story of a girl who became a princess before she became a woman and the story of a woman who found herself through adversity.

Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind

Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind.

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  • Silly Dog
LOVE DIANA!! She was a real person. Wasn't not a Fairy Tale life!! :(

We wish she was still with us. She will live on through her two YOUNG MEN (sons) Prince William and Prince HARRY.
  • Painshade
heart breaking
  • Fohuginn
Awesome book!
  • Mall
Good reading!
  • nailer
I loved the way the book was written especially the details about princess Diana
  • Mananara
Though Diana: Her New Life is clearly written from within Diana's camp (and, I suspect, with her cooperation), there are some clues to the difficulties of being close to this enigmatic icon. Her staff knew that it was going to be a rough day if there was anything negative about her in the press, or if she was expected to deal with the Royal Family. It was a delicate dance staying on top of who was "in" and who was "out" of her inner circle. It is an understatement to say that the book is on her side; her affairs with James Hewitt and Oliver Hoare are referred to as "friendships," whereas Charles and Camilla were accurately described as lovers.

I would prefer to read something more objective and even-handed regarding this fascinating woman, but this was an interesting look at what was going on in her life in the years between her separation and 1995.

The book is so sad in retrospect. Diana expressed a desire to live in Paris, because the photographers were slightly more respectful there. At one point in the book, her dealings with the media were described by the phrase "if you live by the press, you'll die by the press." This was written before her Panorama interview and before the finalization of the divorce, and at the time of the publication of Her New Life, Diana was finding her role in a semi-Royal world, without the protection of the Royal security services and the publicity machine of the Palace. She was naive, immature, mercurial and for all that, immensely popular with the public and thus a huge thorn in the side of the Old Guard.

Diana wanted to make a difference, and was starting to do so. Though she had aligned herself with the Red Cross, she hadn't yet found her niche in public service, and of course we now know that she wouldn't have the chance to solidify her usefulness.
  • Madis
Without question, this is a book sympathetic to Diana's side, and justifiably so. The grey-suited eunuchs of Buckingham Palace have never done the monarchy a favor by meddling in the marriages of the royal family. Morton tells the tale of Diana, her remarkable courage and resourcefulness, and her feelings of alienation, in the face of a smear campaign that would have shriveled us lesser mortals. Diana is a flawed, but nevertheless feeling, human being who did not deserve the ill treatment she received at the hands of her prince and his minions. This is an interesting book to read in light of what's happened since the book's publication in 1994. One can believe that Diana's death may not have been an accident.
but just as good. This book is an update on Diana since her separation from Charles in 1992 and what the future could hold for Diana as a single woman.
Unfortunately, only a year after her divorce, we got the answer, and it wasn't good.