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Diana Her True Story Read & Download ì 104 ã [PDF / Epub] ☁ Diana Her True Story By Andrew Morton – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Librarian's note See alternate cover edition for ISBN 068485080X 9780684850801In a shocking headline making story coming as an NBC TV movie Andrew Morton goes beyond speculation to present the facts a Of Diana's family and friends who speak freely in a sizzling insider's tell all Startlingly candid People Includes never before seen photographs. A harrowing read which opened my eyes to the suffering Diana went through including Charles cheating on her with Camilla even before he married Diana Really exposes the sinister behaviour of the Royal Family

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Diana Her MOBI #233 speculation to present the facts about Princess Diana and her royal marriage written with the full cooperation and support. Firstly I realize that this is a one sided story There is going to be a bias While the author did try to lay blame on Diana when it was due at times it really was a sharp criticism of the Prince of Wales I'm a monarchy buff so I love this stuff Having read the ueen's biography by Sally Bedell Smith it was interesting seeing information from both sides This account sheds light on how the ueen did see Diana as a threat to the royal family not power wise but systemically She broke some of the stale traditions This book helped me see that it was for the better One point I got from it was that Diana forced the monarchy to adapt to the new millennium and it's probably the reason the monarchy is held in high regard today despite a tough economy I'd say that the traits Diana instilled in Prince William is what makes him so popular and has gotten a new generation on board I'd also say that this book led to the public disdain of Prince Charles It's as if many Brits have accepted that Charles is the way he is but they have never forgiven him for Diana's death and I'd say the sentiment is at least double that towards Camilla I did learn a lot about Diana's early life It actually explains how she ended up with a chauvinist like Charles But I also feel that her pain and struggles allowed her to reach people on a level no royal had previously been able to reach She knew their pain She lived it Ultimately she survived it because her life ended in a much positive place personally All in all this is a good account of a facade the public created and a defeated woman's desire to overcome It did make me wish terribly that she was here today to see her sons and their family that they've created It'll be a good day when we have King William V Diana's impact will be felt than ever

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Diana Her True StoryLibrarian's note See alternate cover edition for ISBN X In a shocking headline making story coming as an NBC TV movie Andrew Morton goes beyond. My heart it bleedsThis is easily the best biography I've ever read And it's been a long time coming Ever since I heard of this I've wanted to read it It just so happens that I was recently in St John's and stopped to browse a local used bookshop inside which I found a pristine copy of the book It is also fitting that I read it during the summer that is the 20th anniversary of her deathThere is so much about this woman that I did not know Or if I knew it I didn't know the extent to which it affected her life Her relationship with Charles I learned so much about how it began how it evolved and how it ended I was horrified to hear just how involved Camilla Parker Bowles was from the very beginning I always thought Parker Bowles was introduced into the love triangle much later I was mistaken I felt the sadness frustration anger resentment and all other feelings that Diana felt as she watched her husband carry on an affair with Parker Bowles during their marriage There were dozens of meetings behind closed doors romantic letters exchanged phone calls had all to knowledge of the tortured Lady Diana who had no other option but to sit idly by and allow this to go on I myself am clinically diagnosed with anxiety So when I read about her eating disorder I couldn't help but empathise with her because I know what it's like to be at the complete mercy of your own brain But the book is written well enough that you don't need to personally have been affected by a mental disorder to understand that it is painful and tortuous And it certainly doesn't help when you're being dragged through a troubled marriage in front of billions of watchful eyes We all have our down days Now amplify it to the size of the entire planet; Diana's survival shows the triumph of an incredible woman and human I think it's the love she shared and received from complete strangers that saved her And a little love here and there might just be what saves us allAndrew Morton brilliantly captured the mood of Diana's tenure as Princess of Wales I understood just how lonely and isolating it was for Diana and I found myself just wanting to jump into the pages back in time to grab her hand and take her with me somewhere safe Imagine having your every move followed literally photographed every second of every day of your life I am not sure there is a person alive today who understands what she went through perhaps Monica Lewinsky Her rise to infamy played out during a time when technology was just beginning to flourish into a mass media instant communication frenzyIn this story I felt the real Diana the woman who just wanted to be loved and yet had so much love to give She famously said Someone's got to go out there and love those people and show it For me this captures the essence of this incredible figure in our history And isn't it true that often the people who are most loving and happy on the outside are often the most unhappy inside It's the mark of a true heroine to have been able to get on with each day spreading the love she felt the world deserved regardless of her own internal conflicts It takes courage to put on a smile when every muscle in your body is telling you to frownDiana brought world attention to major causes namely HIVAids awareness and abolishing landmines globally She had an uncanny gift with comforting the ill and dying Yet as it so often happens today with successful women Diana's accomplishments were often overshadowed by trivial and meaningless things such as what she was wearing or something Charles did or said no matter how minor Her work was important Her simply being present with a person with Aids or a with a person who lost their limbs to a landmine woke up the masses to very real and serious issues It's why I believe famous figures should often yield their power for good Whether we like it or not people revere the famous and they stand up and pay attention when a famous person draws eyes to an issueWhat I found peculiar and awesome was that Diana seemed sometimes to have premonitions of events which would then take place In a few instances people even thought she was psychic Perhaps the most significant and heartbreaking premonition is when she felt uite strongly that the Establishment was trying to kill her specifically by means of causing a vehicle accident which gives me shivers Not that I'm on one side or the other on the conspiracy of her death I remain agnostic on this matter still but coming from a woman who accurately predicted other things in her life well it makes you wonderI've shelved this on my memoir shelf because most of the material comes from Diana's very lips and it's the closest thing we will ever have to a memoir for her In this commemorative edition Morton has included the real transcripts from some of the interview tapes on which she answered his uestions during the writing of the biography I was glued to the pagesAnd now for my chief complaint which is minor but something that irritated me to no end The dreaded MISSING oxford comma Grrrrr It should be illegal to publish a book without first making sure all oxford commas are in place I wrap up this review with a direct uote from the book Andrew Morton wroteAs historians reflect on her renown and her legacy they will come to judge Diana Princess of Wales as one of the most influential figures of this or any other age For as long as there are poets playwrights and men with hearts to break tales will be told of the princess who died across the water and returned home to be crowned a ueen the ueen of all our hearts Diana Princess of Wales She wrote poetry in our souls And made us wonder