PRINCESS DIANA’S PERSONAL, SHOCKING RECORDINGS DEFENDED BY BROADCASTER

                                                                                                                     

 British broadcaster Channel 4 is defending its decision to air highly personal recordings of Princess Diana discussing her personal life, as critics call their decision a betrayal and invasion of privacy. The recordings of Diana show her talking to voice coach Peter Settelen and include discussion of her failing marriage to Prince Charles and his affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. Diana died on August 31st, 1997 at age 36, in a car crash in Paris. Channel 4 said Monday that the recordings “provide a unique insight into the preparations Diana undertook to gain a public voice and tell her own personal story.”

 
 
 
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