Diana - The Last Word

by Simone Simmons

Biography / Autobiography

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Written by close friend and confidante, this, the last word on Diana is well worth a read.  Covering the last four years of her life it answers some as yet unanswered questions covering why she did the things she did.

Diana - The Last Word Synopsis

Who really was the love of Diana's life?
Which of her lovers did she rate 'a ten, the tops' out of ten - and who received a one-out-of-ten rating?
Who was the 'only man who has ever treated me as a human being'?
Why did Diana hate her mother all her life, and who was truly 'the mother I never had'?
Why did Diana believe the brakes on her car had been tampered with?
Who was the last person she spoke to before her death?
What impelled her to co-operate with Andrew Morton and subsequently Martin Bashir?
How did Diana leak information to the press? Who were the journalists in whom she confided?

Diana on the Royal Family:
'They don't have friendships - they have allies. They are a tribe and their instinct is tribal.'
How Charles suggested Diana should make Camilla Parker-Bowles her friend.
What was Diana's true opinion of the Queen?
What was Diana's reaction to the Duke of Edinburgh's letters to her?
How Diana phoned-in to a BBC TV debate, calling for the abolition of the monarchy.

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ISBN: 9780752877426
Publication date: 22/02/2006
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780752877426
Publication date: 22nd February 2006
Author: Simone Simmons
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Format: Paperback
Genres: Biography / Autobiography,
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About Simone Simmons

Simone Simmons works from home as an energy healer. She specialises in absent healing, mainly with sufferers of cancer and AIDS. 

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