The Real Diana

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St. Martin's Press, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 308 pages
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Up until 1992, the world saw Diana, Princes of Wales, as a storybook heroine who married her prince in a fairytale wedding and became the most glamorous woman of her time, living happily ever after. That view changed forever with the publication of Lady Colin Campbell's Diana In Private. Written by a true royal insider and dubbed "the book all Britain is talking about" by The London Sun, Diana In Private spent 11 weeks on The New York Times bestseller list and cast not only Diana but the English monarchy in a startling new light.

Now, in The Real Diana, Lady Colin Campbell gives us the most honest, thorough and revealing portrait to date of the beautiful, complex and often tormented princess who touched so many hearts and minds. Full of revelations and surprises, Lady Colin Campbell's The Real Diana provides the kind of headline-making insider knowledge to which other biographies can only aspire.

The press only knows what the palace wants them to know. It takes a true insider like Lady Colin Campbell to bring us the stunning true story of The Real Diana.

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User Review  - Princessofwails - Goodreads

A fascinating read. I'll freely admit I was one of the 'Poor, beleaguered, Diana' folk: this opened my eyes more than somewhat. Balances some of the more hagiographic tomes on this multi-faceted, but ultimately fractured personality Read full review

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User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

I always regret reading salacious works about royals, but read most of this I did. Read full review

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