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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: New haul of Princess Diana revelations return to haunt Charles as Netflix documentary makers plan film based on unheard audio recordings she made

Netflix was accused of trolling the Royal Family after a ‘sinister’ post on its official social media account prompted a wave of online hate for Prince Charles and Camilla.

Senior palace sources reacted with anger to the tweet, which invited viewers to watch a documentary on Princess Diana which they claimed would provide ‘answers’ to criticism of its flagship drama The Crown.

Now, the heir to the throne and his wife should prepare to don tin hats again because, I can reveal, the documentary makers are planning to release a new film with more damaging revelations, based on unheard audio recordings made by Diana.

The heir to the throne and his wife should prepare to don tin hats again because, I can reveal, documentary makers Netflix are planning to release a new film with more damaging revelations, based on unheard audio recordings made by Diana

The heir to the throne and his wife should prepare to don tin hats again because, I can reveal, documentary makers Netflix are planning to release a new film with more damaging revelations, based on unheard audio recordings made by Diana

The heir to the throne and his wife should prepare to don tin hats again because, I can reveal, documentary makers Netflix are planning to release a new film with more damaging revelations, based on unheard audio recordings made by Diana

The sequel to the worldwide hit Diana: In Her Own Words will be released to mark the 25th anniversary of the Princess’s death next year.

American film maker Tom Jennings says he has six more hours of unheard recordings. They were made for use by Diana’s biographer Andrew Morton in his 1992 book Diana: Her True Story.

‘There are seven hours of tapes that Diana made for Morton,’ Jennings says. ‘We wound up in our two-hour film only using about one hour of them.

Netflix was accused of trolling the Royal Family after a 'sinister' post on its official social media account prompted a wave of online hate for Prince Charles and Camilla.  The tweet invited viewers to watch a documentary on Princess Diana which they claimed would provide 'answers' to criticism of its flagship drama The Crown

Netflix was accused of trolling the Royal Family after a 'sinister' post on its official social media account prompted a wave of online hate for Prince Charles and Camilla.  The tweet invited viewers to watch a documentary on Princess Diana which they claimed would provide 'answers' to criticism of its flagship drama The Crown

Netflix was accused of trolling the Royal Family after a ‘sinister’ post on its official social media account prompted a wave of online hate for Prince Charles and Camilla.  The tweet invited viewers to watch a documentary on Princess Diana which they claimed would provide ‘answers’ to criticism of its flagship drama The Crown

‘We’re talking quite a bit about doing something for next year, which is the 25th anniversary of Diana’s passing and also coincidentally it’s the 30th anniversary of Andrew Morton’s book.

‘There will be renewed interest, and season five of The Crown will be coming out.’

Diana: In Her Own Words was first screened amid much controversy in 2017. It was re-released last year by Netflix, which used it to justify controversial scenes in The Crown.

Diana: In Her Own Words was first screened amid much controversy in 2017. It was re-released last year by Netflix, which used it to justify controversial scenes in The Crown. Pictured: Josh O'Connor and Emma Corrin star as Charles and Diana in The Crown

Diana: In Her Own Words was first screened amid much controversy in 2017. It was re-released last year by Netflix, which used it to justify controversial scenes in The Crown. Pictured: Josh O'Connor and Emma Corrin star as Charles and Diana in The Crown

Diana: In Her Own Words was first screened amid much controversy in 2017. It was re-released last year by Netflix, which used it to justify controversial scenes in The Crown. Pictured: Josh O’Connor and Emma Corrin star as Charles and Diana in The Crown

Viewers of the haunting documentary watched archive royal footage as Diana’s voice was heard making stark revelations such as how she tried to bring on a miscarriage by throwing herself down stairs while pregnant with Prince William, and how Charles allegedly wished that Prince Harry had been a girl.

Jennings admits the sequel will cause similar upset at the palace. ‘There are about 140 story points that Diana talks about over the seven hours,’ he says.

‘We called it the seven pillars of Diana’s life.’

 

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