Princess Diana feared no one would date her after divorce because she had 'baggage'
Diana, princess of Wales in Sydney in 1996. (Getty Images)
Princess Diana feared she would not go out with anyone after her divorce from Prince Charles because, according to a new documentary, she thought she had too much "luggage".
Jennie Bond, former BBC royal correspondent, announced that Diana was worried about her love life after her divorce, which Diana didn't want either.
Bond said to Channel 5 Diana in her own words, "I said to her," Diana, you will have men who will slam a way to your door. "
"And she said," I won't, I won't, who would take me with all the luggage I come with? "
Diana went on a date after her relationship with Prince Charles broke down and dated Dr. Hasnat Khan from 1995 to 1997.
After that collapsed, she dated Dodi Fayed. Both died in a car accident in Paris in August 1997.
Former correspondent Bond, 69, made a friendship with the princess despite her BBC job, and the couple bonded with both of them who were mothers.
Diana, Princess of Wales, wore her rings on the day of her divorce. (PA pictures)
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But much that Diana Bond said she would tell her later should not be reported.
In the documentary due to air on Saturday night, Bond also revealed that Diana didn't want her divorce from Prince Charles and thought they could work together.
Diana and Charles separated in 1992, but did not divorce until 1996 after the queen directed them.
Bond said, "Diana was pretty unsure about the divorce, she didn't want the divorce, she said to me," It's not something I want. "
"I think she felt that they could somehow stay separated, but the boy's partner and parents.
"I think she really tried to get it to work, or wanted it to work."
Diana announced to the New Yorker in 1997 that she thought she and Charles were a good team, with trembling hands and speech.
Diana wanted to work with Charles despite her separation. (PA pictures)
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Bond added: “She found the divorce day extremely difficult. She went out, she was seen in public and she hurt badly.
"She told me it was an extremely difficult day, but she went home and burst into tears."
The documentary examines how Diana's growing distance from the royal family conflicted with the other members, but shows that she tried to stay in the circle in the interests of her sons, Prince William and Harry.
The last straw for the queen is said to be her 1996 panoramic interview with Martin Bashir, in which she said she was not supported by the royal family when she got used to the new way of life.
But it was the same interview in which she had revealed some of her hopes for the future and said, "I am sitting here with hope because there is a future ahead of me, a future for myself, for my husband and for the monarchy."
Patrick Jephson, Diana's former private secretary, said the interview was "painful" and meant that there was "no way back".
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The documentary filmmaker Channel 5 said: “We are watching Diana break away from the royal family to find a new role and voice.
"Now she was determined that her words would change the world. From AIDS patients to mine victims, she gave a voice to the vulnerable, painted a thousand words with a picture when she reinvented her image, and verbally resisted those who criticized her mission.
"Diana's life was tragically cut short the moment she found freedom, happiness and her calling. But death would not silence her, and her words live on."
Diana: In her own words, it will air on Channel 5 on June 27 at 9 p.m.
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