In its Tuesday, August 23, 2022 issue, Zone Interdite lifts the veil in exclusive recordings in which Lady Diana recounts the downside of her tumultuous romance with Prince Charles.
- On August 23, M6 will broadcast a new issue of Zone Interdite titled “Diana Confidential”.
- The show will reveal the contents of the tapes that the princess recorded before her death.
- Narrated by Mrs. Diana “His Truth”, “Everything Prince Charles has been through.”
Twenty-five years have passed since the tragic death of Lady Diana, but the Princess of Wales is far from revealing all her secrets. On August 23 on M6, Zone Interdite will lift the veil on the content of exclusive cassette tapes that the Princess of Hearts secretly recorded before her death on August 31, 1997 in Paris. In these recordings, carefully kept in a safe by her publisher Michael O’Mara, Lady Di tells the hidden side of her tumultuous relationship with Prince Charles.
We learned this in an excerpt from the documentary revealed by Télé Star The bars, six in number, contain ‘Everything Prince Charles did’ To his first wife, from their meeting in the ’70s until their breakup in 1992. “In the recordings, we hear a urgency in his voicesays Michael O’Mara. It’s as if she just witnessed an accident, a terrible accident, and she was running to come over and tell us what happened.“Thus, we privately know that Charles cheated on his wife even before they were married, and that he abandoned her for as long as he had to. “it causes” Birth of William “The day that fits Charles, between the polo matches.”
Charles and Diana: a love story doomed to fail
As a reminder, Prince Charles and Lady Diana were married on July 29, 1981 at St Paul’s Cathedral in London. But while the whole world thought it was a true fairy tale, it was actually a damned fairy tale of the Princess of Wales living behind the scenes. A nightmare that she will tell in November 1995, during an interview with the British BBC, reveals to the world the relationship of Prince Charles the adulteress to Camilla Parker Bowles. “Well, there were three of us at this wedding, it was a bit crowded‘, I confided to journalist Martin Bashir.