Diana: Her New Life

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Pocket Star Books, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 296 pages
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The publication in 1992 of Andrew Morton's number-one national bestseller, Diana: Her True Story, shook the British royal family to its very foundations. The book's many revelations - that Prince Charles had been having a long-term affair, that the marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales had been a sham, that the Princess had been suffering from an eating disorder and had made several halfhearted suicide attempts - were initially greeted with disbelief. But as time passed, it became clear that the book was, as its title claimed, Diana's true story, especially when the couple announced their separation in December 1992. When Prince Charles eventually admitted his adultery on television, he put the final seal of confirmation on Andrew Morton's claims. Diana's friends were hopeful that the separation from Charles, which ended years of a torturous existence, would bring Diana the freedom to find happiness in a new role. But has she? 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. Diana: Her New Life chronicles the secret battles that have raged behind closed doors, and Diana's constant frustration as she endeavors to break free from the restrictions of her semi-detached royal life. Again with unprecedented access to some of Diana's closest friends and advisers, Andrew Morton is able to strip away the royal propaganda and reveal how Diana, who became a princess before she had reached maturity, is at last learning to become a woman in her own right rather than a puppet of the palace. Andrew Morton exposes the infighting and intrigue behind this most sensational royal crisis, as well as Diana'sprivate thoughts on her retirement from public life, remarriage, the men in her life, and the grooming of Prince William for his future role. Illustrated with 32 pages of remarkable color photographs, Diana: Her New Life is a revealing, explosive look at the struggle of one of t

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User Review  - Vanessa West - Goodreads

Diana: Her New Life book was a good biography and you found out many things at one does not normally know about royalty. I read this book at the same time as my mother because she was so interested in ... Read full review

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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

Contents

Preface
1
Be True to Yourself
22
My Friend Mr Gorilla
75
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Andrew Morton, described by the Sunday Times of London as "the leading royal writer," has earned a reputation as one of the best-informed authorities on the royal family. His many books include Inside Buckingham Palace, Diana's Diary, and Theirs is the Kingdom. He lives in London with his wife and two daughters.

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