Larry King: The People's Princess Cherished Memories of Diana Princess of Wales From Those Who Knew Her Best



Really ncommon for anyone to do He said she had no class discrimination It was his skirt she was wearing in front of the Taj Mahal that was see through that she received so much trouble from the press about I d heard about it on TV last month during a show about her His fav pic of her was when she was wearing his design too and she was suntanned wearing a jacket and suit and was soaked from the rain had gone p to Pavarotti after a performance He recommended seeing it and it made me want to run out and look it p It s in his studio from this time 10 years after her death and when he looks at it he still gets a lump in his throat It was funny that Tessa Dahl the British novelist Roald Dahl knew her as a child and later when they met after having their children Tessa asked wasn t it fun she loves having babies and Diana said I m afraid I find it rather disgusting which I would agree with I couldn t believe Prince Charles didn t like that Harry was a redhead She went on to talk about herself and not so much Diana so it took away from the storywhich was supposed to be about DianaNora Dunn from SNL said Of course her behavior was embarrassing Of course her desperation made me cringe How terrible to say of someone who died I was too young to know about her so I don t know what she s referring to but even if she did do things like this it seems insensitive to say it now I did like that she said Diana outplayed her in laws and their confusion about why so many ppl reacted so strongly to her death basically proving that she was wronged was nice It was moving that Meredith Etherington Smith wanted Diana to wear no makeup and just casual clothes during the photo shoot bcuz she told Diana she wanted the real her and not the Princess Diana saw them and said she d been set freeNigel Havers an actor did PR for Dunhill a watch company and they knew Diana was going to be at a charity he was going to and they asked him to give her a watch from them knowing it would be good for business He was seated next to Diana and he said he knew it was her bday here s a present without ever mentioning that it was from Dunhill I thought that was wrong of him to pretend he had a present for her when really it was just a PR stunt he was asked to do He knew she thought he d bought it for her and thanks him and I couldn t believe he took credit for it He said she was all over him in thanks He was definitely the most candid with his feelings really put it out there when he said he fancied her and would ve jumped into bed with her given half a chance But if he had he wouldn t have told anyone It was funny Every time that I think that I have read all the books about Diana that I found interesting another pops Captivated by the Millionaire up I enjoyed reading of how people met her and their thoughts on her Some were very honest on their feelings and I was surprised This book was just ok I think my mood ruined the book I was on a Diana roll wanting to read books about her but I kind of got out of the mood Some stories I did enjoy one day I was really into reading it all dayickly flipped through the stories What ruined it was that the title says From those who knew her best and yet there s some stories from people who hadn t met her at all and others who didn t know her well at all Before reading this I was really excited to read stories from people who actually knew her best I expected to hear from her friends family and I was so excited because I haven t heard anything from them I expected funny heartwarming touching stories about her but most were just descriptions and a general overview of her Some stories needed elaborating Some authors didn t even include how they felt when she passed away or felt about her personally And I wantedexpected direct A Mighty Big Wish uotes from Diana It was frustrating reading ones where we didn t really learn anything about her Also some people mentioned the same things like about how she changed the perception of AIDS sufferers and banned land mines I got tired of reading the same things and wanted to hear something different I enjoyed the chapters that hadotes from Diana and full scenes were a treasured thing to read particularly Pierce Morgan Another thing I didn t like was that some people who seemed not to truly care or feel emotional about Diana and her passing included stories in here They seemed to lack emotion and I felt that those didn t need to be included Some stories were just confusing the authors didn t go into detail and I didn t know what they were talking about full review to come. Smile from the young prince And her chief bodyguard recalls how happy and at peace she seemed on the day he agreed to her simple reuest to be allowed to walk truly alone for once along a beautiful deserted beach Some of these recollections are warm and intimate celebrating Diana for her ability to make a human connection with everyone she met others are perceptive and revealing even about Diana's human failings and frailties Together they coalesce into a multifaceted portrait of a woman that the world has long desired to know a little bette.

Alace after her death and saw firsthand the flowers that were placed out and when the My Mother, a Serial Killer ueen and Duke of Edinburgh came out he was worried about their reception but the crowd actually applauded and said comforting words in sympathy Lord Jeffrey Archer said that they don t make them like that very often and I really like that line because it shows how special people thought she was It was nice that he had a signed picture a pair of cuff links and letters from her I was so surprised that Tyra Banks wrote something in here I was floored that she knew Princess Dianaonly to read little than half a page which just had her thoughts that Diana was someone to relate to and aspire to and she her struggles were those of the everyday womanand I flipped the page and that was it She didn t know her at all just cried after hearing about her death I didn t see why that was included in here at all My mom stayedp watching the news too and she was sad because she liked Diana does that mean she gets to write in the book too If on the cover it promises cherished memories of Diana Princess of Wales from those who knew her best then it should be just that cherished memories of her from those who knew her best not people who didn t know her at all If that s the case everyone would write in here because we all had thoughts and feelingsHarry Benson definitely represented the photographer side of the story in that he didn t think they were to blame and that even President Clinton said not to jump to conclusions but to wait The Italians Stolen Bride until they found out the cause of her death He said you ve got tonderstand the photographers weren t waiting at the hotel that night because they wanted to be there it s because every magazine and newspaper wanted a pic of the mother of the future king of England with her boyfriend And the cause was drunk driving Princess Diana should be the poster child for Mothers Against Drunk Driving Seemed kind of crass and insensitive and also neglectful not to put any wrong on the paparazzi In my opinion we could have done without the arrogant eulogy given by her brother and the recycled song sung by Elton John which would have been at home in a rock concert Wow how nice of him I can t believe he said that how outspoken and rude of him It was such a warm memory Christopher Biggins shared of always meeting The Greek Tycoons Mistress up with Liza Minnelli when she came to town and her asking him if he could look after a friend of hers While he s waiting in her dressing room Diana bursts in and says she s going to be his date He said she always put people at ease had no airs or graces and that she was so charming and friendly Her gift was to be completely approachable and to put people at least with an off the cuff comment a joke or a comment about her life She seemed like such an extraordinary person It was so sad to hear though someone else had already mentioned it in here that Diana often ate TV dinners alone in Kensington Palace in front of the TV And he was candid in saying her biggest mistake was falling in love with her husband because it would have been easier to deal with if she didn t care for him so much He didn t think anyone ever took her aside and told her he had a mistress and that theeen didn t realize how big an impact Diana made on the world that she was the one to put the monarchy on the map Sarah Bradford who writes biographies had a different light to shed that since her childhood Diana had the feeling she was destined for something special Her stepdad called her Duch which was short for Duchess because of her imperious ways She had the genes of the strong willful and difficult women of the Spencer familyJoan Collins an actress saw Diana again at a charity dinner and she was cold outside and asked for the waiter to bring her fur It was a white mink and when Diana saw it she shook her finger and said Naughty naughty You musn t wear fur mustn t wear fur so she asks for it to be taken back and freezes the rest of the dinner 2 days later she had the flu and asked if she died because Princess Diana wouldn t let her wear her fur That was a cute story and one that showed Diana cared about animals which I liked Paul Costelloe a designer was asked to go to Kensington Palace and as he s carrying his garments Tikki Tikki Tembo up the steps he falls and Diana helps him carry the clothes inside She actually tried them on in front of him and he thought she was attractive It was so sweet that during his visits she would ask the taxi driver to come inside and he d get tea and biscuits in the kitchen which was. Causes recalls Diana's work to eradicate the scourge of land mines as well as the time she was photographed shaking hands with an AIDS patient in a London hospital doing so much to counteract the stigma associated with the disease at the time British radio and television personality Chris Tarrant recalls how clearly nervous he waspon meeting Diana for the first time and how she put him at ease with an incredibly rude joke about Kermit the Frog Photographer Tim Graham remembers Diana lying on the floor with baby William in order to coax

This was a compilation of memories from people that had something they wanted to share about the late Princess of Wales Larry King put the book together which I must admit made me wary of the people who would be involved with the book I am a huge Princess Diana fan so I was going to read it anyway Plus it was a gift from one of my daughters The good thing is that most of the writers knew the princess and kept their thoughts brief The disappointment to me was that very few shared anything of real substance that would let Bidding on Her Boss (The Hawke Brothers, us know the princess better The ones that did were well worth reading In this book a number of famous people share stories on their memories of the Princess I found it interesting to see andnderstand the ways in which people got to know her I enjoyed the story It was a ick read a good readjust a few pages from each personwith their fondest memory of The People s Princess A beautiful soul who is still missed to this day Although I m too young to remember Princess Diana s magnificent wedding to Prince Charles I can clearly remember the day she died I didn t know a lot about her and found this book very interesting Different than other biographies this was a collection of memories from many people that knew the Princess from Barbara Bush to her hairdresser Many of the writer s included very endearing stories about the Princess Some of them however wrote about themselves This book left me wanting to learn about the late Princess Diana She was an amazing woman who dedicated her life to others I enjoyed the personal insights from people who actually knew the princess and even the reflections of people who had never met herMy favorites were the two who spoke to her just hours before her death And some of the comments were so much in line with my own thoughtsThis is a book that I would like to go back and re read some day The book was interviews of people close to her Would have been nice if a few people lives she touched were civillians That makes it heartfelt I knew this book was going to be a collection of short stories but I thought as the title suggests that they would be from those who knew her best Unfortunately many of the stories were from people who never once met or even encountered her Also the stories seemed to reflect pon her death s impact instead of her life Some vignettes were so short and fluffy that the bios of the people who wrote them were longer than the story Sadly this book was not memorable and I wouldn t recommend it The symbol they Twos Company used with the elegant font on the beginning sections was so pretty I couldn t believe Larry King wrote this It was a surprise that he knew her especially well enough to write a book about her I didn t even pay attention to the name when I saw it on the library catalog Ingrid Seward said she wasick witted insecure but never took herself seriously and that she had the gift of friendship with ordinary people I was surprised though when she said she compartmentalized her life and kept things separate that s why people had such different views on her I wasn t expecting any differing views from what I d already heard about her this year I liked her nickname Shy Di I liked the memory of Dickie Arbiter He was a royal reporter and worked for her when she was 26 He did the advising and managed media relations for Charles and Diana He worked for them together and individually whenever they traveled alone He spent a lot of time with her and they even swam together early in the morning or late at night He said she was intoxicating and every man that met her fell immediately in love with her including him I thought it was so interesting to learn about someone so close to her I was shocked that she treated people she met in public better than the ones that worked for her and he said she treated some appallingly I guess it s a good thing he didn t go into detail cuz I didn t want to change my opinion of her He also said she blew hot and cold and you were either in or out At times they didn t speak to each other She froze people out especially if they got too close to her He pointed out a lot of people crawled out of the wood works after her death claiming to know her and be her friend but that she had so few friends they could be counted on one hand I liked that he shared that she was generous and loved giving people presents and wanted them to open them in front of her I was surprised he said that she wasn t beautiful but had the looks and charisma and glamour that turned heads He was at the In the ten years since Princess Diana's shocking and tragic death in 1997 her hold on the world's imagination has only increased For The People's Princess Larry King asked many people who knew Diana some officially and some personally for their favorite memories Sir Richard Branson recalls Diana sitting in the cockpit of one of his private planes with baby Prince William on her lap; as they flew past Windsor Castle she announced On our right you have Grandma's house Heather Mills who like Diana has been a tireless campaigner for charitable.

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Larry King is an award winning American televisionradio host Since 1985 King has hosted a nightly interview program on CNN called Larry King Live