Never impinged on me for one second.So long as it is truthful. We have been fed Diana pap over the decades from some media groups and politicians like Tony Blair.
Arr, it was a great media event. They'd lived off her for years. She is still providing them with click bait at this stage.I look forward to at least 30 pages of Piesters writing 300 word posts to tell the rest of us how utterly indifferent they are to OP.
That's their Republican credentials sorted.
Just amused at how Irish posters fall into two campsArr, it was a great media event. They'd lived off her for years. She is still providing them with click bait at this stage.
The point is that they do speak to their father and quite like him, nothing to do with his royalty. We've been fed a lot of Diana junk food from her supporters and by the media and assuming that's the whole truth about the relationship and the family dynamics, when it isn't at all.It's a sympathetic view to suggest that she was chewed up and spat out, by the media by the Palace and by her husband. She was a girl of little or no accomplishment when she took on the role. I'm certain that in her position I'd have been ground down in the mill too. She was presented with the illusion of luxury and comfort and sang prettily in her gilded cage for a while. If I were either of her children I'd never speak to my father again. But that's the royal family for you.