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    Chris Hutchins(Author) Peter Thompson(Author)

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Diana, Princess of Wales, died shortly before dawn on 31 August 1997 and yet she glows more visibly today than any other living royal or celebrity. Despite the passing of two decades, she remains the most iconic woman on the planet. Brave, beautiful, vulnerable and strong, she challenged the traditions of Buckingham Palace and, in death, not only changed the way we see the Royal Family but turned them into warmer, more self-aware, more accessible people. Even before Diana married into the most revered family on earth, she had her suspicions that the kith and kin of Prince Charles were not all they seemed. No sooner had she become the Princess of Wales and moved into Kensington Palace than her fears were confirmed: the House of Windsor constituted a flawed dynasty. This compelling book reveals the secrets Diana discovered about her royal relatives. It reveals how angry and bitter the Queen was at her family’s indiscretions; how the Queen Mother’s indifference was matched only by Prince Philip’s blind rage over Diana’s determination to find her own path; what really went on between the Duke and Duchess of York; and how Prince Edward witnessed an unhappy Diana’s tantrums at Balmoral. It discloses how, one quiet Sunday afternoon at Highgrove, she discovered Charles’s affair with Camilla Parker Bowles and how she confronted them about their duplicity in front of a witness at a society birthday party. Following the end of her marriage she was free to do whatever she wished. She enjoyed holidays with jet-set pals, found a soulmate who shared her humanitarian values, entertained whoever she wanted, and above all spent quality time with her boys, William and Harry, taking instruction from no one on how the young Princes should be raised. They would be the first to admit that Diana’s real legacy – her legacy of love – belongs as much to the poor, the sick and the dispossessed of this world as it does to them. This then is Diana’s secret life. And much, much more . . . Parts of this book were included in an earlier edition - Diana' Nightmare: The Family

THE writer and broadcaster Chris Hutchins is an established author of acclaimed biographies of the rich, the famous and the royals. His first, Fergie Confidential*, was an intimate biography of the Duchess of York. He followed this with a revelatory biography of the late Princess of Wales, Diana's Nightmare: The Family*, which so established him as an authority on the royals that he was invited to cover Prince Charles' subsequent marriage for American network television. Next came ELVIS MEETS THE BEATLES* (a meeting which the author arranged), ATHINA: The Last Onassis* and GOLDSMITH: Money, Women and Power. More recently he turned his attention to matters Russian with biographies of PUTIN, the country's leader, and ABRAMOVICH: The billionaire from nowhere. He returned to the royal stage with HARRY: The People's Prince before delivering THE BEATLES: Messages from John, Paul, George and Ringo and most recently ELVIS: A Personal Memoir.Peter Thompson, born in Melbourne, is the author of twenty books including biographies of the Princess of Wales, the Duchess of York, Athina Onassis (all written in collaboration with Chris Hutchins) and Jack Nicholson --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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