Princess Diana’s Infamous Tell-All Interview Airing On TV Again
The hits keep on coming for the royal family, with one projected to land this fall when a landmark, jaw dropping interview will re-air. A new documentary will feature the infamous Princess Diana tell-all interview from 1995 when she spilled about a gaggle of awkward things including her husband Prince Charles’ infidelity.
When it originally aired, the bombshell interview was seen by over 20 million people who heard Diana dispute Prince Charles’s ability to be King. Clearly she was a woman scorned!
This year has not been an especially upbeat one for the royal family
A television insider told The Sun that the interview is coming up, “’The show will make for particularly uncomfortable viewing for the royals and couldn’t have come at a more difficult time for them.”
The documentary will air in four parts, and aims to dive deep into several problems that have beset the family. The impact of Diana’s confessional will be dissected and the insider claims it will analyze the “years leading up to the interview,” as well as the consequences. Buckingham Palace was said to be livid since they were not able to prepare for the fallout owing to the fact that they had no clue what Diana would say.
The timing of the documentary coincides with the 15th anniversary of the original airing of the interview. It should be a ratigns his as Diana’s sobfest went down as one of the most watched shows in BBC’s history.
Charles and Diana separated in 1992 after an 11 year marriage
Diana’s interview was seen on November 20, 1995, and she answered questions from reporter Martin Bashir which included divisive queries about Charles’ relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles and her own affair with cavalry officer James Hewitt. Bowles and Charles eventually married and she is better known today as the Duchess of Cornwall.
When asked about Charles’s and Camilla, she answered, “There were three of us in this marriage. So it was a bit crowded.”
She then proceeded to question her husband’s ability to ascend the throne or as she called it, the “top job.”
Diana’s original interview was seen by 21 million people
The interview was seen as a solid score for Diana. The public were ourtraged over Charles’ behavior and sympathetic to the seemingly shy and sad blonde. Diana and Charles just began divorce proceedings just weeks after the interview.
According to Diana’s sister Lady Sarah, “She had run out of options. She didn’t know what else to do.”