After Princess Diana of Wales commented in an explosive interview in 1995, the affair of her husband, Prince Charles, and other personal details, Queen Elizabeth II of England ordered dissolution marriage, which he manifested through letters.
This was stated by writer Angela Mollard, a well-known commentator from the British Royal House who was recently quoted in a podcast which, he said, was part of the contents of a letter it was never revealed to the media
"After Diana talked with [BBC] Panorama […] when he said that 'The three of us in this marriage'"The queen really intervened," Mollard said. The queen quickly sent a letter to Diana where she said: "You have to get a divorce"he added.
The writer refers to the famous episode where Lady Di, quietly entered to Kensington Palace to the BBC film crew, where he made an outrageous revelation two years before he died in a car accident.
"They were still married when this great and great interview was conducted," Mollard noted, remembering that the separation occurred in 1996. "Obviously there confidentiality agreement, Which prevented them both from arguing [públicamente] the details of his divorce and married life. "
Recently, Prince Henry of Sussex, Lady Di's youngest son, claimed that his wife Meghan Markle was a "victim of the same power" who persecuted her mother until her death.
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