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Princess Diana's bodyguard reveals how she would have dealt with William and Harry's rift
Princess Diana would have helped her sons Prince William and Prince Harry solve their issues, her former bodyguard Ken Wharfe has revealed in this week's issue of HELLO!Writing exclusively for the publication, Ken – who has teamed up with author Ros Coward to release Diana: Remembering the Princess ahead of her 25th death anniversary this month – reflected on how the mum-of-two would have dealt with her sons' differences.SEE: Royal teenagers! 14 photos of Princes and Princesses in their younger years "Her desire was to make things better for people who needed help," Ken writes.WATCH: Prince Harry shares emotional video on what would have been Princess Diana's 61st birthday"As for the rift between William and Harry; when two siblings fight there's usually a close relative to give advice and Diana would have taken on that role. She would have understood the problems that have been raised and helped her boys solve them, while giving Harry the advice he seems to lack right now."READ: Prince Harry and Meghan's son Archie looked adorable on playdate with George, Charlotte and LouisSHOP: HELLO! celebrates Princess Diana with new T-shirt collectionKen added: "There's no doubt she would have enjoyed the relationships they have with their wives, and loved spending time with her five grandchildren." William and Harry reunited for Princess Diana's statue unveiling in July 2021The royal bodyguard dedicated 16 years of service to the royal family, working specifically with Diana from 1988 to 1993, the five most turbulent years of her marriage to Prince Charles.As her 25th death anniversary approaches, Ken also reflected: "There was no one quite like Diana.
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READ MORE: 'Homesick' Harry missing English life as ‘California honeymoon period over’ - expert Angela Levin, esteemed author of biographies on several remembers of the Royal Family, including her upcoming project, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Future Queen Consort, reflected on the series.The royal expert said that the upcoming season will focus heavily on the continued breakdown of the marriage between Prince Charles and Princess Diana and the role Camilla Parker Bowles (now The Duchess Of Cornwall) played.She commented: “A lot of the weekly show is, I’m told, about Diana and right up to her death, and we'll obviously be blaming Camilla because the last one [Series 4] was very unkind about her.”Storylines that haven’t been shown in the series so far include The Queen’s 1992 “Annus horribilis” which pertained to several catastrophic events for Her Majesty, The Queen.Potential topics include the publication of controversial photographs concerning Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, the divorce of Princess Anne, The Princess Royal from Captain Mark Phillips, several controversies regarding the late Princess of Wales and the fire at Windsor Castle. When asked if the Royal family are fearful or cautious about the effect of the hit Netflix series, Angela replied in the affirmative.
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Princess Diana's bodyguard reveals how William and Harry are raising children in same fun way they were brought up
Princess Diana's bodyguard Ken Wharfe has revealed how Prince William and Prince Harry are looking to their own fun childhood as an inspiration for raising their own children.READ: Prince William flies Princess Charlotte to Commonwealth Games - watch him land helicopterWriting exclusively in this week's issue of HELLO!, Ken – who has teamed up with author Ros Coward to write Diana: Remembering the Princess ahead of her 25th death anniversary this month – looks back on the idyllic upbringing Diana gave her sons, and how she tried to instil a sense of normalcy in them.WATCH: Princess Diana saves the day at Prince Harry's sports day"Although the boys had nannies, she was a hands-on mum and was always with them in their nursery or bringing them down to the kitchen for breakfast," Ken, who worked with Diana from 1988 to 1993, writes.READ: Prince Harry and Meghan's son Archie looked adorable on playdate with George, Charlotte and LouisSHOP: HELLO! celebrates Princess Diana with new T-shirt collection"They were allowed to have their friends for sleepovers and she'd let them bring them on holidays, too… She took them to Thorpe Park – where they had to queue for the rides like everyone else – a London bus and the underground, and to burger bars and restaurants such as Bill Wyman's Sticky Fingers.
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Princess Diana’s Ford Escort set to be sold at auction
told the Daily Mail.The Ford Escort RS will come with just under 25,000 miles on it, a Lifetime Tracker, a spare key, Ford internal memos and the car’s registration documents. The People’s Princess drove the small family car for three years — from 1985 to 1988 while Prince William and Harry were young — until the royal protection service made her switch to a more high-end model that offered more privacy and protection.“Parallels could be drawn with the RS Turbo’s reputation as the People’s Sports Car and the honorific of People’s Princess bestowed by the British public on Princess Diana,” the auctioneers said.“The RS Turbo was never designed to be driven by the wife of the second in line to the British throne nor to transport the future king.”Despite Princess Di driving more luxurious cars, the auctioneers said that the Ford Escort RS Turbo “far outperforms them at auction, selling in some cases for three times the price of equivalent models.”This car was said to be the princess’s car of choice because it reminded her of her previous car which was also an Escort, although it was red instead of black.The Daily Mail also reported that driving the car was likely an escape for Diana, possibly using the car to meet friends or go shopping. For it to be more suitable for a royal lifestyle, Ford’s special vehicle engineering department gave the car a “stealth makeover,” which included a five-slat front grille instead of three, along with an extra rearview mirror for the protection officer she had to ride with.The car has had quite the journey since it was owned by the People’s Princess, having three owners after her before being added to the Ford RS collection.However, Silverstone Auctions noted the vehicle is still in “top
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BBC worried as The Crown is set to tell the story of the Diana documentary drama
BBC bosses are braced for further humiliation over the Princess Diana scandal – thanks to popular Netflix drama The Crown.The new series will reflect “what is now known’’ about the circumstances that led to the Panorama interview with the princess and how she was treated.The 1995 TV grilling by former BBC reporter Martin Bashir made global headlines as the Princess of Wales spoke openly about her marriage to Charles and revealed all about his lover Camilla Parker Bowles.READ MORE: Prince Harry branded 'disloyal and rude' for Netflix deal after The Crown backlashDiana famously said: “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.”Last year, a report by Lord Dyson concluded the BBC covered up “deceitful behaviour” by Bashir to secure the interview.It led to calls from the Duke of Cambridge for it never to be aired again.And on Thursday (July 22), the broadcaster was forced to make a grovelling apology and pay big damages to former royal nanny Tiggy Legge-Bourke.It was revealed Bashir made up allegations that she had an affair with Prince Charles as part of his plot to “trick” Diana – who died in 1997 – into giving him an interview. Scriptwriters working on the fifth series of The Crown, due later this year, have worked new details about the Diana chat into their storyline.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.A source close to the show said: “It will reflect what we now know about how the interview was obtained and how Diana was treated.”Dominic West will play Charles, with Elizabeth Debicki as Diana.The BBC recently agreed it would no longer broadcast clips from Bashir's interview.
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Prince George’s birthday tradition started by Diana that Prince William 'struggles with'
Princess Diana.The People's Princess reportedly loved to give children gifts that were noisy and tricky for their parents to assemble.It was typical of the cheeky and fun-loving nature of the princess who once gave her then teenage son William a birthday cake in the shape of a pair of boobs.Following her tragic death in August 1997, Diana's long-time friend Julia Samuel decided to carry on her pal's tradition.Godmother to both Prince George and Prince William, Ms Samuel described how she still buys 'impossible' toys for the family that William then spends days attempting to put together with cautious assembling.It may not especially please George's parents, but is all in good spirits.Ms Samuel said: “I do to George what [Diana] did to us, which is give impossible toys that are really noisy and take a lot of making.“I come in slightly tipped by the size of the present that William then has to spend days putting together."And then put all the machinery together and it makes awful tooting noises and lights flashing and all of that. That makes me laugh and it makes George laugh."The traditional noisy homage to Diana is expected to take place again this year on July 22 when Prince George celebrates his ninth birthday.The young royal - third in line to the throne - was born at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on July 22, 2013.He was introduced to the world the following day when he was just over 24 hours old.Ms Samuel said George is amazing, funny, feisty and cheeky."God she [Diana] would have loved him so much.
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Netflix’s The Crown to make way for potential spin-offs
The Crown, we might be getting more than we’ve bargained for when it comes to Netflix’s biggest show.WATCH BELOW: Prince Harry and Prince William unveil the new Princess Diana statue on her 60th birthdayA report from British newspaper The Sun has suggested the planned ending of The Crown will be altered to open things up for a spin-off series about the young royals – mostly Harry and William.The show’s fifth and final series was believed to be ending in the year 2002, when Queen Elizabeth lost both her mother and her sister, Margaret.However, it’s now thought to be ending in 2005, when Charles finally married his long-term love, Camilla Parker-Bowles, who will become Queen Consort when he is finally named King.Olivia Colman has starred as Queen Elizabeth for the last two seasons.“It’s a small but significant shift because it’s seen as marking the start of an era which becomes more focused on Princes William and Harry and their father,” the source revealed.“The marriage of Charles and Camilla is treated like the end of one turbulent period in the Windsors’ story, and the start of a whole new one.”Indeed, as Harry and William have grown up before our eyes, monarchists have remained interested in their many exploits – especially as they have gotten married and had children of their own.This obsession reached boiling point during Megxit, when Harry and wife Meghan Markle decided to step back as senior royals in 2020 and relocate to North America.Prince Charles with Harry and William in 2005.Harry was 21 in 2005, the same year he was embroiled in a scandal for donning a Nazi costume, a decision that followed him around for many years to come.In the years since, he has served in the Air Force, married Meghan, and become a
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