Book Tip - Former Lady Diana employees describe scandalous details

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Do you love Lady Di? I do. She was the dream Princess for me forever. That's why I would like yo talk about a book that includes interesting details. The British Tom Quinn has written a controversial book that provides plenty of royal material for conversation in advance. In a post in the "Daily Mail", the 64-year-old author publishes a lot of piquant details in advance. A princess Diana (1961-1997), naked and bathed in the sun and faced with embarrassed construction workers; to a princess Margaret (1930-2002) who is said to have mocked her husband Lord Snowdon (1930-2017) with blunt reports of their affairs - all of this was told by former Kensington Palace officials Tom Quinn for researching his book "Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir From Queen Mary To Meghan Markle ". This book is the number one bestseller in the royal biographies category on Amazon's UK website.

Affairs, argument, and jealousy

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Quinn's interviewees report numerous sexual escapades in Kensington Palace, especially that Princess Margaret was described as not a child of sadness. After her divorce in 1978, the part of the palace where she now lived alone was a frequently visited location for various affairs that she is said to have had during her marriage. The famous artist Francis Bacon (1909-1992) once angered her when he confronted her with her limited singing talent.

When Prince Charles (71) and Lady Diana, newly married, moved to Kensington Palace in 1981, the marriage was already in the middle of the crisis, reports Quinn. "It was a myth that Prince Charles and Lady  Diana lived happily at the palace. Maybe they were happy for the first few years, but in fact, you could hear them arguing almost from day one," Quinn quotes a former employee. A good decade later, Diana is also said to have no longer hidden her affairs.

Who were Diana's affairs?

"Diana was literally obsessed with David Hoare [1945-2018], almost to an insane extent," Quinn quotes a person who was said to have worked directly for Princess Diana at the time. "She called David Hoare hundreds of times."

Dodi Fayed (1955-1997), who was in the car in Princess Diana's car accident in 1997 and also died, did not seem to be particularly popular with the staff. "Fayed was very arrogant with the staff. Diana was so nice and made it her business to apologize to the staff that Dodi had shouted at every time," says the former staff member.

Was Meghan too tight in Kensington?

Quinn also provides an explanation for the departure of Prince Harry (35) and Duchess Meghan (33) from the royal family: "Living so close to William and Kate was clearly a step too much for Meghan." In Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, it was the opposite: "Meghan realized that she could just as well live in the Russian steppe."

"Kate was one of the nicest royals ever. But it was clear that tensions had to arise because Meghan had to accept that even though she was a duchess, she hadn't married the next king. I think it was difficult for her, deal with it." According to Quinn, the statement that Meghan's new status has gone to the head also agrees with other former employees. After a while, the two brothers only met in pairs to "avoid arguments and icy silence."


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