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"I never will be queen", honey you were a queen........ a DRAMA QUEEN!,
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This review is from: Diana: Her True Story - In Her Own Words (Kindle Edition)
The book is ok if you don't know much about Diana. However, the author seems to have a small vocabulary. In addition he keeps repeating what you already had read several times in the book.
It seems to me that the book is looking to get sympathy for Diana. Nevertheless, after you read it sympathy is the last feeling you'll have. I finished the book thinking she was a truly pathetic person who was right to feel intellectually inferior. She dropped out of high school, therefore indeed she was intellectually inferior. Not the right role model you want for your children.
She wondered how the world could "love" her but not those living with her. Well, the world only saw her smiling face in the news; those living with her saw her true self which wasn't a nice picture.
Her "connection" to the poor sounds extremely superficial for somebody who wouldn't go anywhere without her Dior handbags and who would chose an over €300k engagement ring.
I could carry on but I'd leave that to the next reader who soon will find out how superficial, unintellectual, insecure and pathetic person she was.
All the time when reading this book, I wished Diana was a fictional character, the one you love to hate in some books. Disappointedly she was real!