And then a number of friends slowly but surely began to get back in touch with her. Total jealousy. And sort of within the system, as she used to keep describing it. So, yes, I think, you know. We now know that Andrew Morton's Diana, Her True Story was based on the Princess's own words. And I think a lot of people could identify with that. I remember thinking this is a joke. Paul Burrell. And we sort of kept in touch for a while after that, really, until she got married. And it was always impressive. On the bulimiaNORVILLE: She talked about during their honeymoon, when they were on their cruise, honeymoon vacation, she was suffering terrible bouts of bulimia. MORE details have emerged of how unhappy Diana was in her marriage to Charles, and her knowledge of his affair in secretly recorded tapes. I‘m afraid I hadn‘t read any of them, so I wasn‘t able to referee those. Squidgygate or Dianagate refers to the pre-1990 telephone conversations between Diana, Princess of Wales and a close friend, James Gilbey (heir to Gilbey's Gin) which were published by The Sun newspaper.. Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. Frigid wasn’t the word. Sign up, Join the conversation, you are commenting as Logout. ... Much of what we know about how Diana saw herself comes from those tapes, as well as from Andrew Morton… The tapes were later handed over to biographer Andrew Morton, who published "Diana: Her True Story" in 1992. NORVILLE:  Did the people in the palace have any idea how this all came together? And the enormous—for want of a better word—corporate load that she‘s acquire. Very strongly. NORVILLE:  Do you think she was unaware of all the responsibility, as well as all the baggage that went with saying yes to a proposal from the Prince of Wales? I remember the first time I made myself sick. And you know, a number of people, I can remember senior members of the staff actually being lost for words. It was rife. NORVILLE:  And Diana approached you about working with her to try to get her story out. Of course, at that stage also, it wasn‘t known the extent to which she had, you know, created the book. The Princess and Prince of Wales, Diana and Charles, wave from their carriage on their wedding day. COLTHURST:  We had a lot of lunches, yes, over many months. NORVILLE:  Now that people know of your role in this entire affair, even though it was back in 1991-1992, have you heard anything directly or more likely indirectly from those connected with Buckingham Palace? I think she was probably extremely unaware of how popular she might become. He said, “You do mean, you do realize that one day you‘ll be queen?”   And a voice said to me inside, “You won‘t be queen, but you‘ll have a tough role.”  So I thought to myself, “OK,” so I said, “Yes.”. They said they did not speak about the tragic event for years, as Harry, 32, admitted he though there was no point “bringing up something that’s only going to make you sad” after Diana was killed in a car crash in 1997. In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana's legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. Big F, when it comes to that.”, She added she would visit Balmoral: “Charles used to ring me up and say: ‘Would you like to come for a walk, come for a barbecue?’, “So I said: ‘Yes, please.’ I thought this was all wonderful.”. Nobody really wanted to dabble. An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate. The emergence of secret Diana tapes, a series of audio recordings passed by the princess to journalist, Andrew Morton, causing public uproar. I looked for her,” Diana says in her tapes to biographer Andrew Morton in the early 90s. So I like to look for the good side in what happened. Andrew Morton. Very tired. We now know that Andrew Morton's Diana, Her True Story was based on the Princess's own words. The emergence of secret Diana tapes, a series of audio recordings passed by the princess to journalist, Andrew Morton, causing public uproar. I think there was a need to have a strategy around her, a little bit of a support group that could help move it. Everest or done something wonderful like that.”. Morton’s book, Diana: Her True Story — in Her Own Words, is being republished later this month with a new foreword from Morton, in time for the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death in August. And I think they range from the story of a girl who was in a pretty desperate situation and then follow through to a pretty amazing outcome afterwards. She said: “I was so depressed, and I was trying to cut my wrists with razor blades. But after about a week or so, the post bag started to fill with supportive letters. Diana never met Andrew Morton. “The bulimia started the week after we got engaged (and would take nearly a decade to overcome),” Diana had recorded herself saying. 11,67 € Confidences royales : Les révélations fracassantes du majordome de Lady Diana. What was her motivation in recording these statements and getting them to Andrew Morton for the publication of the book? In 1992, The Sun publicly revealed the tapes' existence in an article titled "Squidgygate", which is a reference to the Watergate scandal of the early 1970s. Diana recalled feeling like "the luckiest girl in the world" to be marrying a man whom she loved so much, according to her biographer, Andrew Morton, in his book "Diana… And I think she wanted to paint the full picture of sort of her roots right through to the present day as it was then, of who she was as a person. The Diana Tapes: Diana’s Heartbreaking Recordings on Camilla and Bulimia In her own words Twenty-five years ago, Princess Diana secretly recorded a series of tapes for journalist Andrew Morton. I‘ll say that first. ET. COLTHURST:  The most I could do was try and support from where I was. Even Andrew Morton, her authorized biographer, who followed every step of the late Princess Diana's adult life, still cannot believe it happened, particularly in such a violent way. Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. Did you keep up the acquaintance all those years? In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana’s legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. Put me on high doses of Valium and everything else.”. 4,4 sur 5 étoiles 87. NORVILLE:  But there must have been some sort of cover story. Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. NORVILLE:  Do you think the publication of these tapes in any way pulls the Princess of Wales or her memory down? Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. But I think it was actually the situation that she was faced with. She sometimes interrupted with a lot of laughter as she said things. Diana said her bulimia left her “terribly, terribly thin” in October 1981. NORVILLE:  So she loved him till the end? It was called DIANA-Her True Story. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. And I think she felt more sympathetic that she‘d have her view properly portrayed by somebody who was younger and therefore possibly more understanding of her generation. I think that took everyone by surprise. She snatched the questions away from me and then clipped the microphone on to herself and the tape recorder was on and away she went. But because she felt she was being attacked somewhat unfairly for stating the truth. In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana’s legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. In 1992, Andrew Morton released the book, Diana, Her True Story, which included information about Princess Diana's marriage with Prince Charles. LONDON: Diana was so unhappy in the few weeks after her fairy-tale wedding with Prince Charles that she tried to slash her wrists, according to the transcripts of secret tapes of the popular princess. So I said, “yes, OK.”  I laughed. Picture: APSource:News Corp Australia, “Eventually, I worked it all out and found the proof of the pudding, and people were willing to talk to me.”. … It was four times a day on the yacht. Diana’s biographer, Andrew Morton, revealed to the Mail Online that she contacted him through a friend to offer him an interview with her for his controversial book on the royal couple. All times AEDT (GMT +11). Jennifer Aniston COVID Christmas ornament blunder angers fan... How Chris and Liam Hemsworth swapped Hollywood for Byron Bay. But he was kind of a young guy. Andrew Morton attends the press night after party for "The Diana Tapes" at the Stockwell Playhouse on June 26, 2018 in London, England. In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana's legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. When Diana was 19 he proposed to her in February 1981. Did they suspect you? I mean, the work she did has, in my view, has to be admired. COLTHURST:  There were many discussions about her kind of position in it. COLTHURST:  Exactly, and therefore the role grew way beyond anything that she probably ever envisaged and, you know, really continued to grow each year, year on year. An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate. It was 25 years ago when the writer published "Diana: Her True Story," a book that exposed the princess’s detailed accounts of her rocky marriage to Prince Charles, along with her struggle with bulimia and her suicide attempts. Or was he busy off doing all the many responsibilities he had by virtue of his office? Broché. Broché. Join the conversation, you are commenting as, news.com.au — Australia’s leading news site. COLTHURST:  No, I think there‘s a side which is a positive side. COLTHURST:  No. In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana’s legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. She didn‘t have the kind of support organization behind her to help her cope with it. Transcripts of the tapes published by the Mail Online also reveal that when Charles proposed to her, she knew of his relationship with Camilla. I remember when she came to open a new scanner in the hospital I was working in. NORVILLE:  Are you happy about it? The most famous biography of Diana is also the most controversial. It was treated close to leprosy in the early days. I mean, he had a fairly heavy workload, too. The tapes, recorded in 1991, have been used in Andrew Morton's republished biography of Diana. Diana Frances Spencer [daɪˈænə ˈfɹɑːnsɪs spɛnsə(ɹ)]1 dite Lady Di, née le 1er juillet 1961 à Sandringham (comté de Norfolk) et morte le 31 août 1997 à Paris, est une aristocrate anglaise, membre de la famille royale britannique. An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate. So the support structure was expecting that, because he‘d been doing that for awhile. I think there‘s been a fair bit of interest from the press and the media and so on, but, you know, I don‘t think Buckingham Palace are likely to get in touch. She also allowed her closest confidantes to talk to Morton for the book. And the book really was a tell-all—Tina Brown called it "a Molotov cocktail hurled at the House of Windsor" in The Diana Chronicles. But I think it also covered an aspect that she talked about very often, of not feeling very well understood. I think there was a very strong sense that she had cooperated in some way, absolutely. COLTHURST:  I think it would be hard to say it didn‘t. Diana racontée par elle-même. It rained and rained and rained. In the book, Morton shone light on the various issues that strained things between Diana … Princess Diana's unhappy marriage to Prince ... by Lady Di herself thanks to a series of recently-released audio transcripts which served as the source material for Andrew Morton's Diana… In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana’s legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana’s legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. Or do you wish they‘d stayed quiet? And on our honeymoon we have our white-tie dinner for President Sadat, cuff links arrive on his wrist, two “C‘s” entwined like the Chanel “C.”COLTHURST:  Oh, right.DIANA:  Got it in one, knew exactly. NORVILLE:  Just as matter-of-factly as that. A unique literary classic, Diana: Her True Story is the closest we will ever come to her autobiography. You know, the first couple of days were pretty hard, and then gradually, you know, as the pattern began to open up, the most support I could give and really explain, really, what the process was. And you know what? DIANA:  So he said, “Will you marry me?”  And I laughed. COLTHURST:  I think she was extremely aware of the lifestyle that might be involved. So when it came out, in a way, she had already had a lot of criticism and stuff had she been involved, had she not been involved and so on. ET on MSNBC. NORVILLE:  The fact that she became such a mega media figure? Picture: GettySource:Supplied. And I should think the workload had a lot to do with it. And I don‘t think that—I don‘t think that ever stopped, really. But I think a growing level of frustration in her life, and she was attempting to explode news, which I don‘t think it would have been very helpful for her to suddenly release the story to a newspaper in an explosive fashion. And I think to look at it from that point of view, here was someone who was down. That changed when she went on the record in this book, secretly recording herself on tapes brought to Andrew Morton through a go-between. According to the new foreword, which was excerpted by People, Princess Diana wanted to make sure the British public heard her side of the story. I was so thrilled because I thought this was the release of tension,” she said. Andrew Morton is issuing a new edition of his blockbuster biography, DIANA: ... deliver the tapes to Morton by bicycle. She described herself then as being “podgy” and being loud — which she thought he liked. Tonight, Morton – the man entrusted with Diana's life story, is revealing all to reporter Liz Hayes. It was 25 years ago when the writer published "Diana: Her True Story," a book that exposed the princess’s detailed accounts of her rocky marriage to Prince Charles, along with her struggle with bulimia and her suicide attempts. She said she also suffered a bad fit of bulimia that night. Andrew Morton has become something of a scapegoat for the flood of exploitation and bad taste that has appeared in the seven weeks since Princess Diana's death. An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate and now, more than twenty-five years on, Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made, to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. She just entertained and warmed people up. COLTHURST:  Yes, she was. It wasn‘t my decision for these tapes to come out. She was the first British citizen to marry an heir to the British throne in 200 years. Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, with their baby son, Prince William in 1982. And I think that was completely unexpected. You have to remember that the process of creating the book had been spread over many months. Dr. James Colthurst, a long-time friend of Princess Diana recorded these secret tapes for Diana, and then smuggled them out of Kensington Palace. I don‘t think they understood that side of it. It‘s a real cloak and dagger story as to how you got the questions from Andrew Morton and got them into the palace to Princess Diana. Was she in love with her husband? He‘d already done some books on her. And people just followed her. I think the work with the HIV, which was then a very much shunned area. Thank you for sharing with us your role in this extraordinary story. Initially, I think it was a tremendous attack that shook her the most. How did the princess feel about the book? And that gradually reopened the acquaintance. And really that was a decision that she gradually came to over some months. There was a kind of aura around her. Diana also said she tried to cut her wrists just weeks after her wedding, The Sun reports. Jealously. DIANA:  The whole world were focusing on me. Prince of Wales, Charles with wife Princess Diana announcing their engagement. On Camilla Parker-BowlesNORVILLE: She talked at length with you about the presence of Camilla Parker-Bowles and one particular instance when she and the Prince of Wales were going through things and she was confronted by it. Lorsque la première édition de cette biographie parut en 1992, le public ignorait à quel point la princesse de Galles s’était impliquée dans sa rédaction. And that had actually led to quite a build-up, you know, for her and others. Andrew Morton's tell-all Diana biography, Diana: Her True Story—In Her Own Words, was published in 1992, featuring interviews with the princess herself that she smuggled out on tapes via an intermediary, her friend James Colthurst. Diana’s biographer, Andrew Morton, revealed to the Mail Online that she contacted him through a friend to offer him an interview with her for his controversial book on the royal couple. Broché. Diana, Princess of Wales was killed in a car crash on August 31, 1997, at the age of 36. I think it would have been a great deal easier for her to take if she had actually had the support structure around her. COLTHURST:  He had exactly that. DIANA:  We were opening our diaries to discuss various things; out comes two pictures of Camilla. We now know that Andrew Morton's Diana, Her True Story was based on the Princess's own words. And that wasn‘t going to be possible in a newspaper. I think that‘s the extraordinary lady she was. DIANA:  The bulimia was appalling. NORVILLE:  How did you feel about it, knowing what your own secret role had been, and not being able to say word one about it? I think various  experts had been hauled in. 4,3 sur 5 étoiles 13. Princess Diana herself was the principal source for that explosive 1992 book by Andrew Morton -- it was part of her strategy to reshape the public's opinion of her and her life. Picture: AFPSource:AFP. An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate. Traduction : Edith Ochs, Marie-Claude Elsen. And I think she found that quite heartening. And so on. In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana’s legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. Was her husband there to stand up for her and hold her up? Meghan Markle, Prince Harry plan return to UK to get extensi... Best movies of 2020: Strong contenders in a crazy year, Kate Winslet reveals the Titanic scene that still haunts her. That was it. In the tapes, Diana also described how Charles wooed her, The Sun reports. I think  it became very obvious and was being reported quite openly that she looked terribly thin, at that stage it became clear that something needed to happen to support her. When Andrew Morton's book was released in 1992, the Princess denied any involvement, yet after her death in 1997, the author released a new version that included an 18,000-word transcript of their secret interview tapes, revealing that she had been the source of all its bombshells. They chatted about him looking lonely at his great-uncle’s funeral — who had been killed by an IRA bomb in August 1979. Clips of these tapes were obtained exclusively by NBC, in which Diana talks about everything from her battle of bulimia, dealing with Charles‘ ongoing affair with long-time companion Camilla Parker-Bowles, and her suicide attempts. And I think that led to her gaining a lot of support from many people. COLTHURST:  I think she set them a pretty good example of someone who entered a life that she might not really have chosen to have in a strange way because she was unaware of many facets of it, but who came out and came through and came good really in the end. The firestorm upon publicationNORVILLE: Dr. Colthurst, when this book came out, it was a worldwide event. Anything I could find I would gobble up and be sick two minutes later. Honest and raw, this book forever changed how the world saw Diana, and the royal family. IE 11 is not supported. NORVILLE:  She had bulimia as early as on her honeymoon. And he was deadly serious. They married on July 29, that same year in St Paul’s Cathedral. And I don‘t think that was directly imposed by the role she was in. NORVILLE:  So you guys had a lot of lunches? Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. The Diana Tapes will centre on how journalist Andrew Morton obtained the secret tape recordings from the late Princess of Wales, before they were published in Morton's 1992 book Diana… In this fully revised edition of his groundbreaking biography, Morton considers Diana's legacy and her relevance to the modern royal family. I think it certainly raised a sense of a lady who was determined to do things and made them happen. NORVILLE:  So did she come up with the idea of doing a book? Don't have an account? Now, 25 years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. COLTHURST:  It was called the quiet years after the marriage started, I think, when she tried to find her feet and things weren‘t maybe going so well. Secret tapes recorded by Princess Diana in Kensington Palace in 1991 were later used by Andrew Morton to write the book “Diana: Her true story.”. Famously when the pair were asked if they were marrying for love, Diana said “of course” while Charles said “whatever love means”. These never-before heard tapes provide the very first look inside Diana‘s life in her own words. As 2017 marks 20 years of Princess Diana's death, Andrew Morton, who penned Diana: Her True Story in 1992, reflects on the charismatic princess, … And the Camilla thing.”. Did you talk more about that with her? COLTHURST:  I know that two of her girlfriends did it. Despite the limitations of audio (there wasn't room in the basket for video equipment), these tapes, which formed the basis for the Andrew Morton book, turn out to be more eloquent than either the later TV interviews with Martin Bashir or the speech training that she received from a media coach, both featured here as well. They were sort of more about her appearance and so on, and lifestyle books. Then she understood why she was coming under attack quite so much. And here‘s what she had to say about the secret tapes from Princess Diana being made public. NORVILLE:  And what kind of support did she have? And partly, as she admitted later to me, partly so that people wouldn‘t notice. The tapes were used to help Morton write the biography, "Diana: Her True Story" (1992), with the understanding that her involvement would be kept a … Diana's legacyNORVILLE:  With the release of these tapes, Sarah Ferguson spoke earlier this week about it. Picture: SuppliedSource:News Corp Australia. Colthurst and Diana recorded tapes in which Diana openly spoke of her troubled marriage. “I came down early (to London) to seek treatment, not because I hated Balmoral, but because I was in such a bad way.” She added: “All the analysts and psychiatrists you could ever dream of came plodding in trying to sort me out. You know, she had quite a lot of attacks from there. Who was there for her? Now, 25 years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. Andrew Morton's tell-all Diana biography, Diana: Her True Story—In Her Own Words, was published in 1992, featuring interviews with the princess herself that she smuggled out on tapes via an intermediary, her friend James Colthurst. COLTHURST:  I think it was partly the result of the frustration she felt and the kind of anger she felt. Every day I was in the front page of the papers. I mean, she rang up a lot of times. NORVILLE:  Is she‘d had the support structure, if the workload hadn‘t been as enormous as it was for a young mother, and if, as she said in the televised interview she gave, if there hadn‘t been a third person in the marriage. NORVILLE:  Total jealousy. A unique literary classic, Diana: Her True Story is the closest we will ever come to her autobiography. It came after Harry bravely told how he came close to a breakdown, spiralled into “total chaos” and ended up seeking counselling after “shutting down all my emotions” for nearly two decades. Now, twenty-five years on, biographer Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. Picture: SuppliedSource:News Corp Australia. COLTHURST:  I don‘t think it does. So she was expecting a few knocks, and she received them. And you know, initially, I sat and I read out the questions, but that was too slow for Diana. Diana: Her True Story--in Her Own Words by Andrew Morton ... Emma Corrin wearing a recreation of Diana's wedding dress in The Crown “I knew [Camilla] was there, of course. Did anybody step up and say, “You look like heck, you look like you need some help, what can we do for you?”. It was almost every minute of every day was occupied with some function or other. In transcripts of the interview conducted by Morton in 1991, Diana claimed her bulimia started after Charles made a comment about her being “a bit chubby”. What life would you have predicted for the girl you knew first meeting on a trip when she was 16 or 17? And then the tape recorder back in the briefcase and out again. For help with emotional difficulties, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.au, To join the conversation, please Log in. Honest and raw, this book forever changed how the world saw Diana, and the royal family. Clips of these tapes were obtained exclusively by NBC, in which Diana talks about everything from her battle of bulimia, dealing with Charles‘ … I hadn‘t actually done anything specific like climb Mt. I think that‘s covered by the story. DR. JAMES COLTHURST, LONG-TIME FRIEND AND CONFIDANT OF PRINCESS DIANA'S:  I first met her on a skiing trip when she was about 17. “I was desperate, desperate. Tonight, Andrew Morton himself takes us inside the making of those tapes. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales with his fiance Lady Diana Spencer during a photocall before their wedding while staying at Craigowan Lodge on the Balmoral Estate in Scotland. NORVILLE:  I‘m curious to hear your opinion of how she felt about the scrutiny that she was ultimately able to deal with and manipulate that her two sons are now under, William and Harry. In the early 1990s, Diana was one of the most famous women in the world, but unable to speak her mind. Than somebody older. COLTHURST:  It‘s difficult dealing with possibles, but I think I can only say that she was a lady who had tremendous charisma from the beginning. Absolutely appalling. The recording processNORVILLE:  Tell me how this worked. SARAH FERGUSON, DUCHESS OF YORK:  Why are we continually trying to pull her down or trying to make a story when quite frankly that was a long time ago. COLTHURST:  I think she was very shaken by the kind of media, you know, activity. COLTHURST:  She came up with the idea a bit of a sort of tempering down of the initial wish to explode the news. But he was 19 then; that‘s a young age to enter that kind of a situation. NORVILLE:  Dr. James Colthurst, even years after her death, Princess Diana continues to fascinate. Were you anticipating the wave of criticism that … And I think what they weren‘t geared for at all was the enormous takeoff that happened in her life. COLTHURST:  We talked a lot about many aspects of her life, both that and other ones. And I think, you know, I have to admire her completely for taking on areas which were so unpopular and making them come good. And yes, indeed she changed her life. Did they suspect that she‘d been dictating this at her lunches with friends? Morton’s book, Diana: Her True Story — in Her Own Words, is being republished later this month with a new foreword from Morton, in time for the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death in August. They‘re a present from a friend.”  And boy did we have a row. NORVILLE:  And finally, what do you think would have become of Lady Diana Spencer, had she not met and married the Prince of Wales? An icon in life and a legend in death, Diana continues to fascinate and now, more than twenty-five years on, Andrew Morton has revisited the secret tapes he and the late princess made, to reveal startling new insights into her life and mind. And also with land mines, which was an extremely sensitive political area. Andrew David Morton (born 1953) is an English journalist and writer who has published biographies of royal figures such as Diana, Princess of Wales, and celebrity subjects including Tom Cruise, Madonna, Angelina Jolie and Monica Lewinsky; several of his books …
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