Piers Morgan has unraveled hidden secrets and techniques about Princess Diana’s bomshell interview with BBC, saying he is aware of that the late royal had no regrets for it.
The Good Morning Britain host mentioned Diana confided in him with the identical revelation when the interview aired 25 years in the past.
Although allegations suggesting Martin Bashir manipulated the Princess of Wales into sitting for the interview have come afloat, Morgan says it was one thing she at all times wished to do.
The journalist recalled the time when he, six months after the interview, requested Diana at Kensington Palace asking him if she had any regrets.
He wrote for Daily Mail, “She checked out me intently together with her huge blue eyes. ‘No,’ she replied firmly, ‘I’ve no regrets. I wished to do it, to place my facet over.
“There has been so much rubbish said and written that it was time people knew the truth. But I won’t do it again. Once is enough. I have done what I set out to do,'” he added.
When he requested a younger Prince William, then 13, if that was a good suggestion, he mentioned, “I’d rather not say….”
Piers penned, “If he disapproved of his mother’s decision to spill her guts out about her private life on national TV, he certainly wasn’t going to tell me, then editor of the tabloid Daily Mirror.”