Princess Diana did not "fully realize" the royal "machine" she was in when she joined the royal family | Daily Mail Online

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Published: July 2, 2021 at 12:24 EDT | Updated: July 2, 2021 at 12:30 EDT

A close friend claimed that Princess Diana was not “fully aware” of the “machine” she was entering when she joined the royal family. 

Dr. James Colcurst, who was still a medical student at the time, first saw Diana when she was on a ski trip in Valclaret, France when she was 17, when he was asked to evaluate her sprained ankle. 

He continued to establish a close friendship with Diana. He described Diana as "fun", "smart" and "naughty" and as a middleman. He transported tapes of the late royal confession to author Andrew Morton. The inspiration of the best-selling book, Diana: Her True Story.

A few years after their meeting, 20-year-old Diana and Prince Charles tied the knot and quickly became one of the most high-profile women in the world.

Dr. Colurster wrote in the Daily Telegraph that she recalled the pressure she faced and wrote: “I think when she joined the royal family, she might not be fully aware of the machine she was in. .

The Princess of Wales visited St Thomas’ Hospital, where she opened a new scanner and met her old friend Dr. James Colthurst (white coat)

In August 1987, Princess Diana and her sons Prince William and Prince Harry took a vacation with the Spanish royal family at Marivent Palace in Palma de Mallorca, Spain

"As far as the company is concerned, it is not used to having a superstar in it, and I don't think they know how to deal with the massive publicity she generates."

He went on to say that he does not believe that anyone is "prepared" for how popular she will become-claiming that as Prince Charles's global popularity continues to increase, there is "jealousy" in Prince Charles's team.

"She doesn't have a large support team in the palace herself: she just tries to be the best she can," he claimed. "When she does what she thinks is right, the public will be very popular, but the company is not always like this."

Dr. James Colthurst also continued to discuss the difficulties she and Prince Charles saw in the breakdown of their marriages all over the world. 

Dr. James Colurster (pictured) was the middleman who shipped the tapes of the late royal confession to author Andrew Morton because he published a best-selling book "Diana: Her True Story"

The Duke of Cambridge (left) and the Duke of Sussex look at the statue they entrusted to their mother Diana, Princess of Wales

During these "difficult years", he claimed that he would receive up to 10 calls from the late Princess of Wales every day, adding that it was the amount of "dreadful" sponsorship she received that made her happy. 

Dr. Colcurst said that the late Princess of Wales seemed "very happy" and "in a good situation" in the last few months of her life, having just spent a summer vacation.

He recalled his last memory of a close friend and explained that after someone gave her a rather unusual poem engraved on a silver tablet, she smiled almost uncontrollably on the phone.

The comment comes as the 36-year-old Prince Harry was reunited with his 39-year-old brother Prince William at Kensington Palace on Thursday. After 18 months of turmoil, they celebrated the 60th birthday of their beloved late mother. Unveiled. Own relationship. 

The unveiling ceremony was held at a small family event attended by the princess’s brothers and sisters: Earl Spencer, Mrs. Sarah McCockdale and Mrs. Jane Fellowes, as well as the Statue Commission, sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley , Garden designer Pip Morrison and historic Royal Palace Chairman Rupert Gavin (Rupert Gavin). 

The statue of the late Princess of Wales aims to reflect Diana's warmth, elegance and vitality, as well as her work and her influence on many people. 

Around this character are three children, who represent the universality and generational influence of the princess's works. 

The portrait and dressing style are based on the last stage of her life, because she is confident in her role as a humanitarian ambassador and aims to convey her character and compassion.  

Prince William and Prince Harry hope that this statue will recognize her positive influence in the UK and around the world, and help future generations understand her importance in history.   

Diana arrived in Paris on August 30, 1997 with her boyfriend Dodi Fayed on his father Mohammed Al-Fayed's yacht in Sardinia for 9 days .

The two of them had dinner together at the Ritz Hotel owned by Dodi’s father, and left after midnight to head to the apartment on Rue Arsène Houssaye near the Champs Elysées.

The task of Henry Paul, the deputy head of security at the Ritz Hotel, was to drive a black Mercedes out of the main entrance of the Place Vendôme Hotel to deceive the waiting paparazzi, while Diana and Dodi left through the back entrance of Cambon Street.

Trevor Rees-Jones of the Fayed family security team drove the couple and led them into the underground passage of Place de l'Alma. 

The photographer chased them into the underground passage. Paul, who was affected by alcohol and speeding, lost control of the Mercedes 280S and crashed into the pillar while trying to surpass the news package.

Henry Paul and Dodi Fayed were killed on the spot, but Diana was still alive and removed from the wreckage

She suffered a cardiac arrest and died in the hospital a few hours later.  

An investigation concluded that Diana’s death was “caused or contributed to by the speed and manner of the Mercedes driver and the speed and manner of the subsequent vehicle”.

The Fire of Liberty is a replica of the Statue of Liberty. It stands on Alma Square. It has become an unofficial monument to the princess and is still visited by royal fans, who placed photos and flowers next to it. 

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