Princess Diana, regardless of her untiring efforts towards the abundance of setbacks she needed to face inside the royal household, had little to no energy when it got here to preventing for herself.
Royal biographer Tina Brown spoke in regards to the late Princess of Wales being unable do something about her husband’s extramarital affair with Camilla Parker Bowles.
The writer of Diana Chronicles stated she ultimately needed to ‘accept Camilla’ after dropping her battle.
“At the end of Diana’s life, she and Charles were on the best terms they had been for a very long time,” she stated.
“Charles got into the habit of dropping in on her at Kensington Palace and they would have tea and sort of rueful exchange. They even had some laughs together,” she continued.
“It was definitely calming down, the boys were older. They talked about their philanthropies. And she had accepted Camilla. One thing she had finally done was really understanding that Camilla was the love of his life, and there was just nothing she could do about it,” she went on to say.
“But she said to me at that lunch that she would go back to Charles in a heartbeat if he wanted her,” she added.