The princess speaks about her relationship with the heir to the throne in the Channel 4 documentary Diana: In Her Own Words, based around video tape interviews made by her speech coach Peter Settelen in the early 1990s.
One of Princess Diana's closest friends is calling on Channel 4 to cancel a documentary marking the 20th anniversary of Diana's death which uses private video tapes in which she discusses her sex life with Prince Charles.
"We carefully considered all the material used. the subjects covered are a matter of public record".
In the tapes, Diana claims she confronted Charles about his relationship with his now-wife Camilla Parker Bowles, to which she says he replied "Well, I refuse to be the only Prince of Wales who never had a mistress".
In vain, Channel 4 is now the planned release Sunday, August 7 and relying on the dimension of the "contribution history" of the document.
Famously called the "people's princess" by then prime minister Tony Blair to reflect the public grief, Diana died on August 31, 1997, aged 36, throwing millions of her fans in the United Kingdom and around the world into gloom.
She once sought comfort from the Queen, "So I went to the top lady and said: 'I don't know what I should do.' She said: 'I don't know what you should do.' And that was it".
In which I say-and this is putting it politely-rubbish.
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The footage was recorded by Mr Settelen, who helped the princess with her public speaking between 1992 and 1993. For the occasion, the sons and relatives of Lady Diana testified in a documentary that will be broadcasted on the television English, Diana, Our mother: Her life and legacy (Diana, our mother: her life and legacy).
Extracts from the tapes first aired on the American NBC network in 2004, but have not previously been broadcast in the UK.
"[Diana] was hoping she would come to terms with this new life and move on", he said.
After five years of her marriage with Prince Charles, she believed her marriage was "loveless". The show is called Diana: In Her Own Words.
Princess Diana struggled for years against bulimia and was "fading physically" after learning her husband, the future king of England, was cheating, long-time pals of the late royal said.
Settelen's lawyer Marcus Rutherford said his client had been reluctant to show the tapes.
She also revealed that she and Charles only met 13 times before their wedding.
She told the Guardian: "This doesn't belong in the public domain". Then imagine that that conversation was saved and played in front of your children, their children, and the entire world, 20 years after you died.