Best books about Princess Diana

The most famous biography of Diana is also the most controversial. When Andrew Morton’s book was published in 1992, the princess denied any involvement. After her death in 1997, the author released a new version that contained a transcript of her 18,000 word secret interview tapes, revealing that she was the source of all of his bombs. The most explosive? The unfortunate state of her marriage to Prince Charles and his relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles, and her troubled history with the Queen and her divorced parents. In many ways, it was the final straw for Buckingham Palace, which reportedly insisted on the couple breaking up shortly after its release.

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