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Diana: The People's Princess (Diana, Princess of Wales) Paperback – 1 Oct 1997
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Despite its tabloid style, it is chock-full of juicy bits you won't read anywhere else, including details of an illicit affair with an un-named married lover the Princess dallied with briefly before her romance with the married Will Carling and following the disastrous affair with the married Oliver Hoare.
Also it is clear that he wrote this book well before Diana died and then tacked on a small chapter at the end and gave it this misleading title just to cash in on the Diana phenomenon. Originally one of Charles' set, the first book N. Davies wrote about Diana was at the urging of "senior palace officials". What does this tell us?
He is waspishly critical of her yet aims his book at the public who love her. Disgusting.