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Princess Diana is reported to have described her wedding as “the worst day of my life” in explosive new video tapes set to be screened to mark the 20th anniversary of her death in a car accident in Paris in August 1997.The previously unseen footage, which shows the Princess talking to her friend and voice coach, Peter Settelen, forms the basis of a new Channel 4 documentary about her life.June 30, 2018, through February 1, 2019HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY1654 De Kalb Street Norristown, PA 19401Free Exhibit Open: Monday & Thursday 10 a.m.- p.m. Call for Saturday Hours For information: 610-272-0297; [email protected]; or John Williams did not compose his Star Wars scores for the concert hall...but he did compose them with a concert hall mentality."Once every three weeks about and I kept thinking it followed a pattern”, she said."He used to see his lady once every three weeks before we got married." She later said her wedding was the “worst day of my life” and added: “If I could write my own script I would have my husband go away with his woman and never come back." Mr Settelen has now sold the rights to the footage, which was filmed during lessons he gave Princess Diana in order to help improve her public speaking.
Ralph Lee, Channel 4’s deputy chief creative officer and head of factual, said: “Combined with historical context and interviews with her closest confidants, this film provides a nuanced, multi-layered portrait of the most famous woman in the world and a mother who has shaped the future line of the royal family.
It was never intended to be broadcast, and the Princess used the sessions to talk openly about her love life and marriage to Prince Charles.
The tapes were the subject of a lengthy dispute between Mr Settelen and Princess Diana’s family but were eventually returned to the voice coach after being discovered by police in a raid on the house of Paul Burrell, the Princess’s former butler, in 2001.
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