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|Named Person:||Diana, Princess of Wales; Diana, Princess of Wales|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Colin Campbell, Lady
|ISBN:||0312950519 9780312950514 0312081804 9780312081805|
|Notes:||"First published in Great Britain by Smith Gryphon Ltd."--T.p. verso.
|Description:||x, 340 p. : col. ill. ; 18 cm.|
|Responsibility:||Lady Colin Campbell.|
inner circle, Lady Colin Campbell, with personal connections to European and British royalty, takes us inside that circle to bring us the first truly informed account of the Princess's life and marriage. Here is Diana in intimate detail - from the child caught up in her parents' scandalous divorce, to the savvy flirt who captured a Prince. ("If she'd been a wild animal," confides a relative, "she'd have made an excellent hunter.") Here is the lonely teenager.
roller-skating through Buckingham Palace, and the newlywed who thought her new house in the Cotswolds a terrible comedown from her ancestral home. And here is Diana the woman - from her transformation into a famous beauty to the truth about her relationships with other men both before and after marriage. With extraordinary candor and sympathy - and, above all, with an insider's understanding - Lady Colin Campbell goes beyond the myth of the fairytale princess to unveil.
the real Diana.