The 'Good Morning Britain' presenter launched a tirade against the royal couple's statement against the press.
The 'Loose Women' presenter recalled clashing with the Duke of York at a charity event, claiming he made 'offensive remarks'.
Freddie Mercury's night out clubbing with Princess Diana subject of new Sky Arts comedy
On Friday, the second royal wedding of 2018 will take place between Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank. Naturally, one of the most anticipated moments of the day will be the grand reveal of the 28-year-old's wedding dress. Ahead of the big day, let us take a look back at some of the most famous wedding dresses from royal brides in Britain and beyond.
Lady C has some shocking claims about the late Princess of Wales.
Here are the most important moments which defined their relationship and the generations in which Elizabeth II has reigned.
The unusual ‘masterpiece’ was set up to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death, but people think it looks more like Lily Savage than the Princess of Wales.
Twenty years after her death, one in three Britons think Princess Diana was assassinated and almost two thirds are at least open to the possibility.
The second, which was taken yesterday, comes as Britain prepares to remember the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death in 1997. During their tour of the White Garden at Kensington Palace, they also met officials from the charities supported by their mother’s work – as the pair told of how they were inspired to follow in Diana’s footsteps. It’s amazing what listening can do – and she was a good listener, William told Cally Palmer, the chief executive of the Royal Marsden Hospital.
There is good reason Princess Diana will likely be forever remembered as the People’s Princess. Despite being a member of the country’s elite aristocracy, Diana always had a remarkable ability to connect with millions upon millions of people who had never even met her. The Princess of Wales receives a bouquet of flowers during a visit to the London Lighthouse AIDs clinic in London.
August 31 2017 marks the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death. A much-loved national figure, Britain was left in a state of shock and mourning in the days and weeks after the Paris car crash which cut her life short.Diana was a source of constant attention from the world press. She is thought to have frequently spoken of leaving the UK based on her treatment at the hands of the UK media.These images document how the tragic accident was reported around the world, along with the aftermath of Diana’s death.The night of Princess Diana’s fatal crash – as told by the only person who survivedWho else was involved in the Paris car crash which killed Princess Diana?Revealed: The phone call from Camilla that ended Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriageIt’s time we learned to cherish and stop chastising Prince CharlesPrincess Diana’s brother says he was ‘lied to’ by Palace aides over sister’s funeral
Diana's bodyguard was the only one to survive the car crash in Paris that claimed her life.
Twenty years after her death, Princess Diana is remembered as a woman who worked tirelessly throughout her life for charity. As such Princess Diana was, and still is, widely recognised for her compassion and philanthropy. Peter Tatchell, a human rights campaigner who has fought to raise awareness of those suffering from HIV and AIDs, told Yahoo News UK about the shock he felt about this at the time.
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana, who was killed when the car she was travelling in crashed in the Pont de L’Alma tunnel in Paris. After leaving the Hotel Ritz Paris with her boyfriend shortly after midnight on August 31, 1997, Diana got into her chaffeur-driven Mercedes S-280.
Prince Harry has opened up on the “disbelief” that he felt after Prince Charles told him that Princess Diana had died in 1997 and hit out at the paparazzi for taking photos of his mother as she lay dying. The young prince was only 12-years-old when Diana died in a fatal car crash in Paris, while his older sibling the Duke of Cambridge was 15. Now, he has opened up on the moment that Prince Charles informed him of the tragedy as he prepares to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death on the 31 August.
The brother of Princess Diana, has claimed he was lied to about Prince William and Prince Harry wanting to walk behind their mother’s coffin at her funeral. Earl Spencer described the funeral procession as ‘the most horrifying half an hour of my life’ and claimed it was ‘bizarre and cruel’ to make the young princes walk behind their mother’s coffin.
Channel 4 is to air controversial secret tapes featuring Princess Diana in a documentary next month.