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Prince William’s FURIOUS phone call to Princess Diana revealed.


Prince William reacted furiously to the notorious interview Princess Diana gave when she spoke out over her marriage to Prince Charles. 

The Duke of Cambridge told Diana ‘I’ll never forgive you’ for interview, says expert.

The Princess of Wales, Diana opened up in an unprecedented bombshell interview with BBC Panorama’s Martin Bashir. The groundbreaking televised chat saw Diana share her anguish over her marriage to Charles. 

Princess Diana infamously said there were “three people” in her marriage.

In a recent recent reports, royal correspondent, Katie Nicholl revealed an insight into how Prince William reacted after the shocking interview was aired.

Katie said: “William was exposed to everything from the interview. He then called his mother in a fury and a rage. It was the one time Prince William turned on his mother and said, that he would never forgive Diana for what she’d done”.

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Prince William finally opened up about the shocking admission.

William said: “I can understand. Having sometimes been in those situations, you feel incredibly desperate. And it’s actually very unfair that things are being said that are untrue”.

“The easiest thing to do is just to say or go to the media yourself. Open that door. But, once you have opened it you can never close it again”.

That explosive interview provided the catalyst for formal divorce proceedings. Despite the royal pair separating in 1992 following their 11 years of marriage.

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Just under two years after the interview aired, Diana tragically died in a Paris car crash.

This devastating news left a huge mark on Britain. Diana is still remembered today as the “Queen of people’s hearts”.

Numerous floral tributes were left outside Kensington Palace. It was to pay a tribute to Princess Diana. Her funeral was watched by an estimated 2 billion people.