Princess Diana is known as the late ex-wife to the first son of Queen Elizabeth the second, named Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales. She was very popular among British citizens, who admired her selfless and empathetic character.
She was also known to be very emotional and understanding of people she didn’t even know.
Years after the tragic death of the Princess, more about more royal fans open up on what it was like to be around the Princess.
Keep scrolling for more details.
Inside Diana’s Marriage
In fairytales, the Prince and the Princess usually live happily ever after, unfortunately the relationship shared by these certain royals was filled with turmoil, as they weren’t happy with each other.
Before Prince Charles and Princess Diana got married, the Prince was reportedly dating his wife’s sister Sarah, however, they eventually ended the relationship when he fell in love with Diana.
Sadly, the duo were not compatible with each other, and their relationship was plagued with cheating allegations.
“There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded,” Diana during a “BBC” interview in 1995.
Who Was The Third Person?
Camilla, now the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles’ wife, was reportedly responsible for causing a rift between Diana and Charles, while they were still married.
Reports alleged that the prince was never in love with his wife, Diana, and as time went on, it was evident that they weren’t happy.
On time, Diana cried at the airport after she watched Prince Charles take his leave. According to sources, she was teary because he was leaving, she overhead a phone call he made with Parker-Bowles.
Princess Diana and Charles shared two beautiful sons before their marriage collapsed.
According to some sources, after Diana gave birth to Prince Williams, she suffered postpartum depression.
“You’d wake up in the morning feeling you didn’t want to get out of bed, you felt misunderstood, and just very, very low in yourself,” she told “BBC.”
The Princess also said her family thought she was mentally unstable at the time. The royal household has the tradition of remaining silent to emotional issues, which Princess Diana hated.
“Well maybe I was the first person ever to be in this family who ever had a depression or was ever openly tearful. And obviously that was daunting, because if you’ve never seen it before how do you support it?” she explained.
Royal Author Claims Diana’s Anger Was Intense
According to a royal author, Princess Diana always felt her emotion deeply, and expressed it accordingly.
The royal Biographer Lady Colin Campbell alleged in a book titled “Meghan and Harry :The Real Story” that Princess Diana would “scream the house down” anytime she was upset.
“When she was spoiling for a fight, she made sure she got one and that everyone knew about it,” the author said.
“She would scream the house down. She would be on the rampage for hours. She would hurl abuse and objects and always reduce herself to tears of frustration and hysteria.”