London, UK – Royal biographer Ingrid Seward revealed startling details about Princess Diana’s wedding to Prince Charles in her upcoming book “My Mother And I.” According to Seward, the late princess almost called off her wedding to Charles due to his lack of attention towards her. The book is set to hit shelves on Feb. 15, promising a captivating glimpse into the royal couple’s past.
Seward’s revelations shed light on a pivotal moment in Princess Diana’s life just over a month before marrying the heir to the throne. She described how the princess was eagerly looking forward to dancing with her fiance at a party celebrating Prince Andrew’s 21st birthday at Windsor Castle. However, Charles reportedly spent the entire evening mingling with guests, leaving Diana feeling despair and emotionally drained.
Following the event, Diana arrived at her father’s home feeling distraught and expressing her desire not to go through with the wedding. Despite her reservations, her father convinced her, pointing out the potential discourtesy of breaking off her engagement at such a late stage. He also reminded her that marrying the future King was something she had always wanted.
Despite her initial doubts, Diana eventually went through with the wedding, becoming the Princess of Wales at the age of 19. The book also delves into Diana’s subsequent relationship with Dodi Fayed before their sudden deaths in 1997.
Seward’s book offers a nuanced understanding of the personal struggles and challenges faced by Princess Diana, shedding new light on the dynamics within the royal family. It provides an intimate look into the pressures and decisions that shaped Diana’s life, adding depth to our understanding of the beloved royal figure.