In 1992, a book about Princess Diane, journalist-biographer Andrew Morton, was published. There were many interesting stories in her, revealing her personal life, but not all. Most recently, the release of a new version of the printed edition was announced, which will appear on the shelves at the end of June this year. It will publish personal audio recordings and princess reflections related to unrequited love for the spouse and much more.
Diana could not cope with bulimia
Secret audio recordings with the princess's reflections were kept for many years by a friend of Diana James Coulthurs. About a year ago, he decided to give them to Morton, in order to convey to the people the tragedy of Diana's fate. First on this film you can hear the story of Charles's future wife about how she could not cope with bulimia:
"After I got engaged with the prince, he began to behave a little strange. Once he embraced me and said that I am fat. I was very upset, so much that I could not eat and sleep peacefully any longer. On the basis of this, I began to progress nervously bulimia, which provoked a sharp weight loss. So, for example, when I was measured for a wedding dress, I had 29 inches at the waist, and after a few months, on the wedding day, 23 and a half. Then my friends and family thought that such a weight loss is due to experiences before the wedding, but it was not so. My greatest experiences were caused by the relationship of my future husband with Camilla Parker-Bowles, because he could not live without her peacefully. "
Diana hoped that Charles would be able to love her
Now, when much is clarified from the life of Prince Charles and his wife Diana, it becomes clear that if it were not for their parents, this union would not exist at all. So the princess comments on the relationship between her and the prince:
"Charles seemed to me the ideal of a man. I loved him very much. This feeling arose at first sight, great and hopeless. But then it seemed to me that it was not so. I looked at my future husband and could not see. I was sure that I am the most successful woman in this world. Charles tried to take care of me, as it should, but we did not get along all the time. He constantly did not like something in me, and much, undoubtedly, irritated me. Charles constantly made remarks about my waist, considering it huge. I knew that it was not me, but that he did not feel the same feelings for me as Camille, but I lived in the hope that he would be able to love me. I tried very hard to do everything that Charles was good to me, but he constantly rejected me. I knew that Charles tirelessly thinks of Camille and compares me with her all the time, but I thought that after the wedding all this nightmare would end. It turned out that even during the honeymoon he spent many hours on the phone with her, than with me. "
Diana talked a little about marriage
After that, the princess decided to "plunge" into their day with Charles's wedding:
"For many people, marriage is something fabulous, magical and very welcome. However, for me, however, as for my husband, our wedding is comparable to a catastrophe. My bulimia progressed every day and the night before the ceremony, I did not sleep at all. That night I spent with my sister Jane, who did not believe that this disease could cause me such a feeling of hunger. I ate everything I saw, it lasted for hours. In addition to gluttony, I was not left with depression, nervous excitement and the thought that Charles and Camilla are still together. They say that on the day of the wedding you need to think about your future husband, and I was still thinking about his mistress. I looked to Camilla for a look, because I knew 100% that she was here. And I saw her! This woman stood among the guests in a gray suit and a hat with a veil. I became unbearably painful. It was terrible. When the ceremony was over, I was told that Charles was also looking for Camille's eyes. At that moment he did not dream of me, but of her. After that, she began to pursue me in dreams and thoughts. I was on the verge of nervous exhaustion. Our marriage was a big mistake, just like the dreams that Charles would ever love me. "