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13 August 2017, 05:09 | Elsie Buchanan
And she has proven to be no less magnetic in death, according to Andrew Morton.
During the same tour, another defining image of the couple was taken, dubbed "the kiss that missed", when Diana turned her face away just as Charles went to kiss her during a polo trophy presentation in Jaipur.
The pair dined at the Ritz hotel and left after midnight to travel to an apartment in Rue Arsène Houssaye, just off the Champs Elysees.
"People followed this journey of this shy, blushing teenager who became an global icon, a humanitarian, but also someone who had difficulties in her private life, as we all know, with her husband, Prince Charles", Morton explains.
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"One of the great tragedies is that Diana would have been the best grandmother ever", he said of his disappointment she was never able to meet Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
"Many people kind of associated their own lives with her life". And there's an issue in itself because had, irrespective of the conspiracy theories, had Diana and Dodi been wearing seatbelts then there's every reason to suppose that they would have survived that accident. "Obviously, it wasn't quite a ideal comparison by any means, but nonetheless she was flawed, she was vulnerable, and yet she had the courage to take on the hard challenges that she faced in her life". "One of her mottos to me was, you know, 'You can be as naughty as you want, just don't get caught'".
"The princess, who told me she was genuinely upset by her husband's refusal to join her at the Taj Mahal, had privately made a decision to drive home the point", Diana's former personal protection officer Ken Wharfe writes in his book, Guarding Diana: Protecting The Princess Around The World.
"When you're that young and something like that happens to you, I think it's lodged in here, there, wherever - in your heart, in your head and it stays there for a very, very long time".
Sandie Smith blasted: "Princess Diana died on 31st August *NOT* the 29th as stated in your programme "Diana's Wicked Stepmother" - sack the writer now".
And Ryan Murphy is working on a second season of Feud focused on Diana and Prince Charles. "I think that's fantastic", he added. Now, Prince Harry is rumored to be preparing for a royal engagement of his own, and some believe he will likely transform another piece of his mother's jewelry into a ring. But her brother is fighting for her to be remembered as a force for good in history.
This segment was produced by The Current's Willow Smith and Ramraajh Sharvendiran.
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