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The Real Diana [Format Kindle]

Lady Colin Campbell

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Royal insider Lady Colin Campbell was the first to predict the Waleses' separation and divorce, in her international bestseller, Diana in Private. People magazine said of it: 'Some Palace watchers note that she has an impressive roster of well-placed contacts and credit her with writing the most believable Diana biography'; while Lynn Barber, in the Daily Telegraph, called it 'Jaw-droppingly sensational'. The Real Diana contains startling new revelations about Diana which Lady Colin Campbell has unearthed since Diana's tragic death, including new theories on her death itself. The Real Diana is based on 35 interviews with Princess Diana conducted by Lady Colin Campbell - and for the first time Lady Colin Campbell names her Royal sources. 'Diana said that she wanted me to write the truth about her life 'because I feel as if the whole fairy tale is crushing whatever's left of the real me...If you'd just write about the real Diana, it would make all the difference.' NEWLY UPDATED in 2013 with an Afterword that reveals Lady Colin's insights into the inquest into Diana's death, the years that have followed, and the birth of Prince George.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Princess Behind the Fairytale Lies 16 mars 2005
Par Marco Twania - Publié sur
Lady Colin Campbell may not be the best writer I have ever read, but she writes the truth, and what is better than that for a biography? The people who don't like this book are the ones who don't seem to be willing to ever think that their beloved Princess of Hearts could be a vengeful b*tch, who was a bit off in the head, or that Charles was not the devil Diana wished him to portrayed as.

As it has been widely reported by pretty much everyone who knew the Princess, including her own family, she was very vindictive and a known liar. So read her accounts with a grain of salt (or a shaker), then read this book. Nothing is black and white, so remember the gray matter. I also reccomend Piers Morgan's new book to show the side of Diana many don't want to admit she had.
21 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Flawed antidote to the normal Diana hagiography 8 août 2000
Par Derek Leaberry - Publié sur
Though this book is flawed due to the author's use of scores of unnamed sources, it paints a pretty ugly picture of Diana. Diana comes across as vengeful, immature, irrational, bullying and a little kooky. Interesting to those not knowledgeable of the millieu of the British aristocracy, the seeds of this disasterous marriage were planted in the 1950s. Diana's grandmother, Lady Fermoy, became part of the royal circle when she became, I believe, the Queen Mother's Lady of the Bedchamber or some office of similar antiquary antecedants. The Spencers became part of the Royal family's orbit with Diana able to scheme her way into a marriage with Prince Charles. Sadly, Diana was a poor fit. She was troubled tempermentally, probably due to the fact of belonging to a broken-up, dysfunctional family. Her selfish parents were of great damage to Lady Diana. Diana and Charles were poor fits as personalities. Diana was exuberant, urban and unintellectual. Charles is laid-back, intellectual and at heart a country gentleman who relishes the manly sports of the countryside. During the very brief courtship between Lady Diana and Prince Charles, Diana led Charles to believe that she enjoyed the outdoor sports he enjoyed. This was dishonest and did not serve either well in the long run of things. In the end, however, Prince Charles must be given much of the blame for a foolish marriage as he was a man of thirty and Diana was still a girl of nineteen. Much of the later parts of the book are tediously filled with vicarious stories of Princess Diana's bedroom romps, visits to various psychiatrists, gurus and even astrologers(the silly author seems to find astrologers to be serious people), and the more widely known stories of Diana's genuine desire to bring comfort to those not as fortunate as herself. Lady Campbell's style is catty, chatty and unscholarly. But she seems to treat the greatly flawed Princess honestly. She does not paint the portrait of a saint-to the dissatisfaction of millions of Diana worshippers.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Colin does it again 25 juin 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur
I am not really certain why I wasted my money on this third edition on the so-called "Lady" Colin's book. The mean-spiritedness that was present in her first two books comes across again. Her credintials as an intimate into the Wales circle of friends is suspect, to say the least. Her so-called facts have very little to back them up other than the spite that seems to be her underlying theme. If you are anti-Di and pro-Charles, you'll enjoy it. Otherwise, don't waste your money as I did.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Very biased against the Princess! 19 septembre 2003
Par N. White - Publié sur
I enjoy reading every detail about Princess Diana I can get my hands on, good and bad, so I can get some idea of what this person was like. I have adored Diana since I was a young girl.
However, this book was very biased against Diana and basically does make anything positive written about Diana seem as though it was just written to please the Princess.
Also, she pretty much says that Diana was sleeping around long before Charles did, yet other books I've read indicate not only was he with Camilla, but also did cheat on Diana even around William's birth with a lady in Canada that he saw on and off even while he was just with Camilla.
I've seen some recent interviews, and other published books which actually cite NAMES of people who have nothing to gain now the Princess is dead, and dispute what this author has to say.
So it is fun gossip, albeit cruel, but take it with a grain of salt.
Also, I could not find documentation of Diana's abortion anywhere, and I would think by now more explicit details would have come out about it. This is the first and last I've heard of it and would really like to know if it is indeed true.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Read Andrew Morton's book on Diana, then read this one 7 septembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur
Lady Colin Campbell writes a royal insiders book on Princess Diana, giving a biased view of the late Princess. Lady Campbell digs up lots of dirt on the Princess regarding lovers, her extravagant lifestyle, her "mental illness"(who wouldn't be mentally ill having to deal with all the pressures Diana faced - and with zero support), and goes into great detail on the last few weeks of Diana's life. Many of the sources are anonymous - others are various royals, palace workers, family friends. A great deal of information came from Lady Colin's conversations with the Princess herself. This book looks at all sides of the Princess - the good and especially the bad. For a more " fairy-tale" one sided view of Diana read Andrew Morton's book. Lady Colin Campbell at times seems to despise and/or is immensely jealous of Diana, and often comes to the defense of Prince Charles instead of seeing Diana's view. For example, the author could not understand why Diana was upset that Charles wanted to say goodbye, prior to his marriage, to Camilla face to face. The author felt this was a"gentlemanly" thing to do, and felt Diana was being immature . I would recommend reading this book to any avid Diana readers (after reading Morton's book) to help get the big picture of Diana's life and how her peers viewed her
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