Diana: her new life

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O'Mara, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
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The revelations in Andrew Morton's bestselling Diana: Her True Story -- among them, Prince Charles's long-term affair and Princess Diana's eating disorder and suicide attempts -- were initially greeted with disbelief. But Morton's claims have all been born out, and Charles and Diana separated in December 1992. Now, again with exceptional access to some of Diana's closest friends and advisors, Morton delivers the truth about the Princess of Wales as she struggles to rebuild her life...on her own terms. Diana: Her New Life chronicles the secret battles that have raged behind closed doors -- including Diana's fury at Charles hiring of a "surrogate mother" under the guise of assistant private secretary -- and details Diana's private thoughts on her retirement from public duties, remarriage, her future ambitions, and more. Riveting and explosive, Diana: Her New Life shows the princess learning at last to become a woman in her own right rather than a puppet of the palace.

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User Review  - Jay Jani - Goodreads

Turned out to be very disappointing..... does give some clue about Diana's personal life but gives too many minute unnecessary details that spoils and kills the fun of reading the book.....so many ... Read full review

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I had to read this for a book report in the third grade. Read full review


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