Princess Diana knew Prince Charles and Camilla were ‘true love’ and spoke to BBC Panorama because she ‘wanted her story there’ because she was afraid of a gag clause in her divorce, a royal reporter has stated.
Jennie Bond appeared on Lorraine this morning to discuss the Princess of Wales blockbuster interview with Martin Bashir in 1995.
The television article made headlines 25 years later about new allegations by Diana’s brother Earl Spencer that he was shown fake financial documents by then Panorama reporter Martin Bashir. to reach her.
Jennie said the princess told her most of the information she revealed in the Panorama interview, 5 months earlier, including the fact that she believed the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were a ̵6;love affair’. really’.
The British journalist also asked Diana a year later why she joined the meeting and said that the princess admitted she was afraid of a ‘gag clause in her divorce’ and ‘wanted her story to be. Get out of there ‘.
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Princess Diana (pictured in the interview with Panorama) knew Crown Prince Charles and Camilla were ‘true love’ and spoke to BBC Panorama because she ‘wanted her story there’ because she was afraid of one thing gag in his divorce, a royal reporter has claimed
Jennie Bond appeared on Lorraine this morning to discuss the Duchess of Wales bombing interview with Martin Bashir in 1995. In the photo, the Prince of Wales and Camilla mark their 15th wedding anniversary.
Jennie said: ‘She told me a lot of horrible things in Panorama five months ago, we had a long meeting, just the two of us at Kensington Palace in her living room,’ said Jennie. .
‘And so what was in Panorama I almost knew, but she asked me to be confident.’
Jennie added: “I had the log of that meeting … it was June 95 and right at the time I wrote it,” She said that there were always from the first day, three people in the marriage. . She means Camilla. “
“She says now she understands that Charles and Camilla’s relationship is one of true love and it will always be stronger than any marriage Charles may have done.”
‘So she came very much in that interview to me but she asked me, annoyingly, I must say, to keep it a secret.
Jennie (pictured) said the princess told her most of the information she revealed in the Panorama interview, 5 months earlier, including her belief that the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall is a ‘real love’
The British journalist also asked Diana a year later why she joined the meeting and said that the princess admitted she feared a ‘gag clause in her divorce’ and ‘wanted her story to be. Get out of there ‘. In the picture, Diana and Charles together in 1981
‘The fact that she told me a lot of information before … I think she is ready for this story to be announced.’
The royal correspondent continued: ‘A year later I asked her why did you do a Panorama and she said’ I feel that the divorce is looming, it will be inevitable, and I Think there will be a gag clause.
“” I want to tell the side of the story. [Mr Bashir] was there at the right time and in the right place. “‘
The divorce of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana was officially completed on August 24, 1996, after going public.
Jennie’s remarks came after appearing over the weekend that royal aides and others allegedly slandered by Mr. Bashir to get information about his Princess Diana may be suing for ‘ serious damage’.
Princess Diana’s interview with Martin Bashir in 1995 sheds light on her marriage to Prince Charles, but a scandal has erupted over how Mr. Bashir secured the interview.
Legal experts say the BBC may even be faced with Scotland Yard investigation of the forgery and lies used by the Panorama reporter to deceive the princess ahead of the famous 1995 interview.
Diana’s brother Earl Spencer was among those requesting an independent investigation after revealing 32 lies he said Bashir fed the princess to entice an interview.
In the weeks prior to the show, the Count was approached by Mr. Bashir and, in what is believed to be new details, Charles now claims that he has been displaying ‘false bank statements’ in relation to the The alleged payment was made to two members of the royal family by security services.
Allegations that misleading financial documents relating to a former Count’s employee were brought up by an internal BBC investigation in 1996, as it tried to determine if the princess was cheated. Or not – with a key piece of evidence, a note, that she didn’t.
Bashir, now the BBC’s religious editor, is seriously ill from Covid-related complications and is in no position to respond to the Count’s accusations, the BBC said.
Martin Bashir (pictured), now the BBC’s religious editor, is seriously ill from Covid-related complications and is not in a position to respond to the Count’s accusations, the BBC said.
The BBC said it will investigate the Count’s latest allegations but he is said to be asserting an independent investigation and has rejected the company’s offer to review his claims.
In an earlier statement, a BBC spokeswoman highlighted the apology the earl received from the general manager for fake documents relating to his former employee.
She said: ‘The BBC apologized. We are happy to repeat that apology. And although this is a quarter of a century ago, we will fully investigate, strongly and fairly, substantial new information.
‘We asked Earl Spencer to share more information with the BBC.
‘Unfortunately we are being thwarted at the moment by the simple fact that we cannot discuss anything about this with Martin Bashir, as he is really unwell.
‘When he is fine, of course we will hold an investigation into these new matters.’