JFK Jr and Princess Diana May Have Been Lovers

When JFK Jr. and Princess Diana met in the summer of 1995, they were two of the most famous people on the planet.

At the time, John was trying to convince Diana to pose for the cover of his political magazine George.

“We had to draw all these cover ideas up, and he took the drawings over to the Carlyle Hotel to meet her,” said Matt Berman, George magazine creative director who made the sketches.

The meeting took place in Diana’s suite and lasted for an hour and a half.

“He wanted to do a respectful piece,” RoseMarie Terenzio, John’s executive assistant recalls. She accompanied him that day to the hotel and the two were able to avoid the press simply by walking in the front door of the esteemed hotel.

“All the press was on the side door!” recalls Terenzio with a laugh.

The meeting did not go in John’s favor Terenzio said, “She wrote John a note that said, ‘Thank you so much, but not right now.’”

JFK Jr. did tell his George colleagues after their meeting.  “He was very careful what he said,” recalls Berman. “The one funny thing he said was, ‘She’s got a great pair of legs.’ “

After meeting with the famous Princess, Terenzio said JFK remarked ““I do remember him saying, ‘She’s really tall!’ He also said she was very shy. He was surprised how demure she was. I think they had both met Mother Theresa so they spoke about that. And he said how lovely she was.”

In 1995 when the pair met in New York, 33 year-old Diana had been separated from Charles for 3 years. Kennedy, who was 34 years-old at the time, had a string of high profile romances with celebrities including actress Daryl Hanna and Marilyn Munro, as well as allegedly had a one-night stand with the princess in the room that overlooked Central Park.

Simone Simmons, Princess Diana’s energy healer, was a frequent visitor to Kensington Palace.

Simmons claims that Diana told her that she was ‘bowled over’ by John’s charm and good looks.

“We started talking, one thing led to another – and we ended up in bed. It was pure chemistry,” Simmons said.

Stunned by the news Simmons told the Sun newspaper of her reaction. “My mouth dropped open. I cried out: ‘What! You’re joking, aren’t you?’ and I really thought she was. She replied: ‘No, I’m not. It happened. And he was an amazing lover – a ten, the tops’.”

While the pair allegedly stayed in touch, Diana realized that she wasn’t going to be joining “America’s Royal Family”. The following year Kennedy married Carolyn Bessette, a PR advisor for Calvin Klein.

Diana kept her relationships out of the public eye until finding love with Dodi Fayed, the millionaire whom she died in a car crash with in Paris in 1997.

Kennedy died in a plane crash 2 years later with his wife Carolyn and her sister Lauren Bessette.

Not everyone believed the story, however. Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell told the Mirror, “Simone has concocted a fantastical story of nonsense in much the same vein as the mystical rubbish she used to feed the princess. That Diana had an affair with JFK Jr is simply untrue.”

He added that their meeting was simply to discuss the magazine and nothing more.

Watch Video Kate Middleton, Prince William and Harry Tribute to Princess Diana

William and Harry read Princess Diana tributes as Kate joins princes at memorial garden

PRINCE Harry and William have taken a moment to read emotional tributes to Princess Diana after visiting a memorial garden with Kate to mark 20 years since their mother’s death.

The princes spoke to well wishes as crowds gathered to pay their respect as millions did nearly 20 years ago. Prince William and Harry stayed shut off from the public in the Queen’s summer residence of Balmoral in the days after Princess Diana died.

But 20 years later the brothers faced crowds and even personally delivered the public’s floral tributes to the gates of Kensington Palace. In a sombre few minutes outside their home, Prince William and Harry were seen crouching down to read messages from those who Princess Diana inspired.

Banners, photographs and flowers have massed at Princess Diana’s former London home in an emotional vigil stirring memories of the week that shook Britain.

One read: “As the sun shines of Princess Diana and her family may it also shine forever in all our hearts as we remember our special Princess.

“Her work continues through her loving sons Prince William and Prince Harry.”

Earlier, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, joined William and Harry on a tour of the newly planted White Garden in the place they too call home.

The tranquil garden has been planted in the Princess’s memory, inspired by her life and fashion tastes, 20 years after she was killed in a car crash in Paris.

The Princess of Wales brought the world to a halt when she died on August 31 1997. And admirers have already begun leaving floral tributes and photographs of the late royal at the gates of Kensington Palace, just as they did 20 years ago.

The Duke and Prince have used this 20th anniversary year to promote the importance of seeking help for mental health problems – a plight Princess Diana began decades ago.

They have spoken candidly of their mother in a series of interviews in the run-up to this milestone year, describing their own memories of her life, charity work, and funeral. Prince Harry has said: “There’s not a day that William and I don’t wish that she was still around.

“She was our mum. She still is our mum. And of course, as a son I would say this, she was the best mum in the world. She smothered us with love, that’s for sure.” Earlier this year Prince Harry revealed he sought therapy in a bid to deal with the death of his mother.

He told the Telegraph: “…On grief, I find talking about my mother and keeping her memory alive very important.

“I find it therapeutic to talk about her, and to talk about how I feel.”

The garden at Kensington Palace is today filled with white flowers and foliage and was inspired by memories of Diana’s life, style and image, including her white “Elvis” Catherine Walker dress.

Head gardener Sean Harkin showed the trio some of Diana’s favourite flowers, including classic white roses, scented narcissi and a carpet of forget-me-nots around the existing Sunken Garden, of which the Princess was particularly fond.

The stunning foliage surrounds a reflective pool with ornamental grasses weaving through Cosmos daisies.

Gardeners recalled how Diana would stop when passing for a chat about their work creating ever-changing floral displays.

Queen Elizabeth’s Anguished Letter Lays Bare Her Pain Over Diana

The broadcast remains one of the defining moments of the Queen’s 65-year reign. Dressed in black at Buckingham Palace the evening before Princess Diana’s funeral, she addressed the nation live, declaring: ‘No one who ever knew Diana will ever forget her.’

She was speaking, she said, both as a monarch and a grandmother. ‘She [Diana] was an exceptional and gifted human being,’ said the Queen. ‘In good times and bad, she never lost her capacity to smile and laugh, nor to inspire others with her warmth and kindness.

‘I admired and respected her — for her energy and commitment to others, and especially for her devotion to her two boys. This week at Balmoral, we have all been trying to help William and Harry come to terms with the devastating loss that they and the rest of us have suffered.’

That last sentence was seen as a riposte to critics who argued that the royals had badly misread the public mood by staying hidden on their Scottish estate while the focus of the nation’s grief was in London at Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace, where tens of thousands of people laid floral tributes.

New Labour government officials, who it’s said persuaded the Queen to make the broadcast, had vetted her script. But what were the private thoughts of Her Majesty that week — the most dramatic and poignant days of her reign?

Now, a letter from the Queen to one of her most trusted confidantes — Lady (Henriette) Abel Smith, a lady-in-waiting — has just been unearthed. It was written six days after Diana’s funeral and, for the first time, sheds a fascinating light on what she calls the Royal Family’s ‘emotions’.

The Queen, Prince Charles and William and Harry stayed on at Balmoral, where they had been the previous week when the news of Diana’s death was broken to them.

The content of the letter, in reply to one of condolence from Lady Abel Smith, is mostly typed.

‘Thank you so much for your letter about Diana’s tragic death,’ it reads.

‘It was indeed dreadfully sad, and she is a huge loss to the country. But the public reaction to her death, and the service in the Abbey, seem to have united people round the world in a rather inspiring way. William and Harry have been so brave and I am very proud of them.’

Fascinatingly, the Queen adds a personal postscript in her own handwriting: ‘I think your letter was one of the first I opened — emotions are still so mixed up but we have all been through a very bad experience!’

Private letters from the Queen very rarely surface in public. Lady Abel Smith was a lady-in-waiting from 1949 until 1987, and her letter, a copy of which was passed to the Mail, is now in private hands having been auctioned after her death, aged 90, in 2005.

Royal commentators believe it reflects both the royals’ horror over Diana’s death and the effect on William and Harry, and the Queen’s bewilderment at the public turmoil over the Royal Family’s seemingly distant response.

Dr David Starkey, the eminent historian who has written many books on the monarchy, insists the remarks must be viewed in context. ‘It is important to remember that, like most of her generation, the Queen is emotionally very reserved,’ he says.

He explains that, at the time, she was accused — wrongly, in his view — of ‘not showing enough compassion’.

30 Sweet, Heartbreaking Things William and Harry Have Said About Princess Diana

Princess Diana and Harry with William on his first day at Eton in September 1995.

It’s been nearly 20 years since Princess Diana’s tragic death, and the anniversary has brought a renewed interest in her extraordinary (and sometimes scandalous) life as a royal. When Diana passed away in a car accident in August 1997, she left behind her two sons, William and Harry, who were 15 and 12, respectively, at the time. The princes have begun opening up about their mother’s death in recent years and have admitted that it took time for them to feel comfortable talking about the huge loss. William told a young boy at a charity event that he was “very angry” about Diana’s death and “found it very difficult to talk about.”

WINDSOR, UNITED KINGDOM – MAY 31: Queen Elizabeth II (R) and Diana Princess of Wales watching Prince Charles playing in a polo match at Guards Polo Club, Smiths Lawn on May 31, 1987 in Windsor Great Park, Berkshire. (Photo by Georges De Keerle/Getty Images)

In addition to speaking about their mother in interviews, William and Harry have taken on a number of her charities and both consider her legacy as one of the driving forces behind their philanthropic efforts. Recently, William bonded with young children who have lost their own parents, telling a little girl, “I lost my mummy when I was young, too. It’s very important to talk about it.” He and Harry are also erecting a memorial statue in the public gardens of Kensington Palace this year to commemorate her death and her positive impact in the UK and around the world. See more of the sweet, heartbreaking things that Harry and William have said about their late mum.

Queen Elizabeth’s Anguished Letter Lays Bare Her Pain Over Diana

The broadcast remains one of the defining moments of the Queen’s 65-year reign. Dressed in black at Buckingham Palace the evening before Princess Diana’s funeral, she addressed the nation live, declaring: ‘No one who ever knew Diana will ever forget her.’

She was speaking, she said, both as a monarch and a grandmother. ‘She [Diana] was an exceptional and gifted human being,’ said the Queen. ‘In good times and bad, she never lost her capacity to smile and laugh, nor to inspire others with her warmth and kindness.

‘I admired and respected her — for her energy and commitment to others, and especially for her devotion to her two boys. This week at Balmoral, we have all been trying to help William and Harry come to terms with the devastating loss that they and the rest of us have suffered.’

That last sentence was seen as a riposte to critics who argued that the royals had badly misread the public mood by staying hidden on their Scottish estate while the focus of the nation’s grief was in London at Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace, where tens of thousands of people laid floral tributes.

New Labour government officials, who it’s said persuaded the Queen to make the broadcast, had vetted her script. But what were the private thoughts of Her Majesty that week — the most dramatic and poignant days of her reign?

Now, a letter from the Queen to one of her most trusted confidantes — Lady (Henriette) Abel Smith, a lady-in-waiting — has just been unearthed. It was written six days after Diana’s funeral and, for the first time, sheds a fascinating light on what she calls the Royal Family’s ‘emotions’.

The Queen, Prince Charles and William and Harry stayed on at Balmoral, where they had been the previous week when the news of Diana’s death was broken to them.

The content of the letter, in reply to one of condolence from Lady Abel Smith, is mostly typed.

‘Thank you so much for your letter about Diana’s tragic death,’ it reads.

‘It was indeed dreadfully sad, and she is a huge loss to the country. But the public reaction to her death, and the service in the Abbey, seem to have united people round the world in a rather inspiring way. William and Harry have been so brave and I am very proud of them.’

Fascinatingly, the Queen adds a personal postscript in her own handwriting: ‘I think your letter was one of the first I opened — emotions are still so mixed up but we have all been through a very bad experience!’

Here’s The Devastating Question Prince Harry Asked Right After His Mom’s Tragic Death

Princess Diana was one of the most popular members of British royalty in recent memory. And now that it has been years since she died in the tragic car crash, Prince William and Prince Harry are coming forward to speak about how their mother’s death affected them. And although Queen Elizabeth II allegedly told her grandsons to stop “soul-baring,” they are coming forward to open their souls up to the masses and reveal the tragedy their family had to go through after Princess Diana died trying to escape the paparazzi.

A documentary was released on Channel 5 titled, “Diana: 7 Days That Shook The Windsors.” And in that program, Prince Harry and Prince William reveal the depths of the tragedy as it tore about their lives.

Prince Harry was just 12 years old when his mother died. And he could not understand what had happened. It was just so horrible and her death so violent, he couldn’t figure out if she really was gone. Not only that, but life kept moving forward for Prince Harry and Prince William. Their father and grandmother wanted them to hold onto normalcy, even sending them to church just a few hours after Diana was killed.

Prince Harry didn’t even know if the unthinkable was true. He had to ask his father for confirmation because life just seemed to be moving forward as normal although his mother had died. It was handled tragically.

“Prince Harry actually asked his father, ‘Is it true that Mummy’s dead?’” biographer Tina Brown discloses in the program. Prince Harry was confused because although they were at the church service, the late Princess of Wales wasn’t even mentioned. Rumor has it that Queen Elizabeth did not want to upset her grandsons so she made sure Princess Diana’s death was not mentioned in their presence. But the public saw this as just another example of her “cold detachment” that Princess Diana had to deal with while part of the royal family.

The fact that her death was not mentioned at Crathie Kirk church, proved that the Queen was just trying to protect her grandsons. But it was probably the wrong move. It only incited more confusion and tragedy. The truth could have been better.

Ingrid Seward, who works as royal biographer, captured the public reaction perfectly. “The first thing we saw of the boys was when they were going to church for Sunday service. And people were saying, ‘How could they? These boys have just lost their mother.’ It was almost like the tug of war, you know, ‘she’s ours, she’s ours’.”

The fact that Diana was not mentioned at the Sunday service also shocked Daily Mail reporter Richard Kay at the time. “A lot of people found it extraordinary that at that time, no mention was made of her passing,” he said. “That, I think, did ring a bell all over the country. The Royal Family did not want the focus to be so on Charles Spencer walking behind the coffin. They thought that would, that wouldn’t be right, that somehow it would set the Spencers apart from the Royal family.”

Princess Diana was one of the most popular members of British royalty in recent memory. And now that it has been years since she died in the tragic car crash, Prince William and Prince Harry are coming forward to speak about how their mother’s death affected them. And although Queen Elizabeth II allegedly told her grandsons to stop “soul-baring,” they are coming forward to open their souls up to the masses and reveal the tragedy their family had to go through after Princess Diana died trying to escape the paparazzi.

A documentary was released on Channel 5 titled, “Diana: 7 Days That Shook The Windsors.” And in that program, Prince Harry and Prince William reveal the depths of the tragedy as it tore about their lives.

Prince Harry was just 12 years old when his mother died. And he could not understand what had happened. It was just so horrible and her death so violent, he couldn’t figure out if she really was gone. Not only that, but life kept moving forward for Prince Harry and Prince William. Their father and grandmother wanted them to hold onto normalcy, even sending them to church just a few hours after Diana was killed.

How Charles Got Inclined Towards Camilla

An explosive biography, of Camilla to mark her 70th birthday next month lifts the lid on her affair with Charles. Yesterday we revealed how the Prince was driven to the brink of a breakdown by his marriage to Diana. Today she tells how Dianna menaced Camilla before to unprecedented television interviews to blew apart their marriages and rocked the monarchy. This is the third extract of Camilla’s biography written by penny Jenner by the end of 1986.

The time Camilla came back into Charles’s life initially as a platonic friend Dianna had already produced an heir in a spare. Dianna was nobody’s fool, she soon realized she could feed stories to the newspapers, herself using them as a way of punishing her husband, while controlling what they said about her. Eventually she found out that Charles was seeing his former lover again and although Dianna was having affairs of her own, she grew increasingly obsessed with the woman she considered her rival. In 1989 the Princess famously confronted her at a party thrown by Lady Annabelle, Goldsmith at her home in Richmond. Camilla said I would just like you to know that I know exactly what is going on between you and Charles, I wasn’t born yesterday. For her part Camilla was furious that Dianna should have made such a public scene, two years later the Princess agreed to be the prime source for the book about her life. Diana her true story, when it was serialized in a paper and later published it, which caused a furor you can listen to. Our selections of this book in our channel just check out our playlist called Dianna’s secret tapes. Suddenly the whole of Britain was reading shocking revelations about Dianna’s suicide bids, her bulimia her husband’s indifference to her, his defects as a parent and his obsession with Camilla Parker-Bowles. Eleven years into her marriage Diana was very angry, very bitter and very unwell. The War of the Wales’s was at its height, they were living largely separate lives, both had lovers in Dianna who waged war far more effectively than her husband, was prepared to do and say anything to damage him.

The most important revelation in the book was that she suffered from bulimia. A disease that involves secret binging followed by self-induced vomiting. Such binges are often followed by strong mood swings, expressed as guilt, depression, self-hate and even suicidal behavior. And while the roots of the illness lie in childhood and a disordered family background, uncertainty and anxiety in adult life can provide the trigger, significantly sufferers can appear to be happy even spending their lives trying to help others. Yet there is rage beneath the sunny smiles, anger that they’re often afraid to express. This is why the Morton book was Dianna’s truth, but may not necessarily have been everyone else’s truth. Richard a lord Charles’s private secretary, told me the prince and one or two others mentioned in the book were  baffled because the stories were true in essence, but most of them had been given a spin, which meant they weren’t quite like how anyone at the time remembered them be.

That as it may from the moment people started reading Diana her true story, life as they’d known it was over for Diana, for Charles, for William and Harry, for Camilla and for the entire parker-Bowles family. The young prince’s then aged ten and eight were boarding at lunch Rove a boy’s prep school, and Berkshire. Although the people who ran the school tried to shield the boys from newspapers there was only so much they could do, William and Harry couldn’t help but hear the rows between their parents or notice that their father was seldom. There however they spent most of their time with nannies who did their best to distract and insulate them from what was happening the parker-Bowles children on the other hand had been far less aware of trouble on the home front. If asked Tom and Laura would probably have said they had a very happy home life, both Andrew and Camila had been discreet about their extramarital activities, always making sure that the children came first. Indeed both their children were blissfully unaware, that anything was amiss. The Prince of Wales sir as they called him, was a regular visitor but he always had been, he was Tom’s Godfather and they both loved seeing him.

Their absence for large chunks of the year at boarding school also helped preserve their mother’s secret. Plus she was always there for them at half term and in the holidays. Yet now having been an entirely  private wife and mother, Camilla was suddenly a household name she was painted not just as a Scarlet woman, but as one who had caused the Princess of Wales years of torment and pain. From then on, it became impossible for Camilla to leave her home without being photographed and then the poisonous letters began to arrive on December 9th 1992. Prime Minister John Major announced that The Prince and Princess of Wales had opted for separation but had no plans to divorce. The following month the Sunday Mirror published the transcript of a tape recording that was immediately dubbed Camilla Gate, it was a telephone conversation between Charles and Camilla, recorded in 1989. The sort of late-night chat that should never be overheard, it lasted 11 minutes and was undeniably genuine, but the recording wasn’t of one single conversation, it included bits of several conducted on different nights and spliced together. Charles would often phone Camilla late at night no matter where he was in the world, he felt better if he could hear her reassuring voice before he went to sleep.

WEDDING DAY REVEALED Princess Diana bride kept a secret on her big day from Prince Charles

Revealed: Princess Diana’s wedding day secret that she kept from Prince Charles. Princess Diana’s wedding is considered the ultimate fairytale – but her makeup artists has now revealed the bride kept a secret on her big day.

Around 750 million people watched Prince Charles and Diana Spencer’s wedding at St Paul’s Cathedral in London on July 29, 1981. Her huge ivory dress, designed by David Emmanuel and his now ex-wife Elizabeth, was covered in layers of tulle, net and silk and overlaid with 10,000 pearls. Costing £1,050 to make at the time (£4,140 in today’s money), it has since become one of the world’s most iconic wedding dresses.

BUT THE PRINCESS OF WALES’ MAKE-UP ARTIST BARBARA DALY HAS NOW REVEALED DIANA ACTUALLY SPILT PERFUME ALL DOWN HER FRONT JUST HOURS BEFORE SHE WAS DUE TO WALK DOWN THE AISLE.

With her hair and makeup done and dress on, Princess Diana went to apply some of her favourite scent, Quelques Fleurs, on her wrists. But in her haste, she accidentally poured some of the liquid down her dress. With no way of removing it, Ms Daly told the princess to simply hold that spot on her dress as she walked so it looked as if she was lifting the front of her dress so she did not step on it. Photographs taken on the day of the wedding even show the moment Princess Diana clutched at the fabric to cover the spot where the perfume spilt with her hand as she approached the altar.

Fortunately for the new royal, guests and supporters all around the world were too busy swooning over her extravagant gown and the perfume stain went unnoticed. It was not Princess Diana’s only mistake of the day, however. She famously repeated her husband Prince Charles’ names back in the wrong order as the couple made their vows. The revelation comes after Elizabeth Emmanuel admitted she had to sew Princess Diana into her wedding dress despite attending 15 fittings.

The princess lost a shocking 5.5 inches from her waist in the lead up to her big day.

Few but so heartbreaking words! Prince William made the sweetest promise to Diana before she died

AGRA, INDIA – APRIL 16: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visit the Taj Mahal on April 16, 2016 in Agra, India. (Photo by UK Press Pool/Getty Images)

Come August, it will be twenty years since the tragic death of Princess Diana and to commemorate her life ITV announced that they are working with both her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, on an intimate documentary.

 

Princess Diana

Earlier this year, the Princes both decided to talk candidly for the first time about losing their mother as part of their Heads Together campaign. They were overwhelmed with support from the public who praised them for the honesty, and people were touched that they had opened up – particularly considering the royals are characteristically closed when it comes to discussing their emotions.

 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge walks in front of the Taj Mahal on April 16, 2016 Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES

But as more and more details of Diana’s private life emerge in the run up to the anniversary of her death, it has been revealed that Prince William reportedly made a very sweet promise to his mother just a year before she died.

It’s no secret that Princess Diana and Prince Charles had a turbulent relationship, and despite formally separating in December 1992 their divorce was not finalised until late 1996, almost four years later.

 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge walks in front of the Taj Mahal on April 16, 2016 Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES-0123

This is supposedly due to disagreements over money, access, and – most importantly – Diana’s title.

 

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William Upset Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES

 

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William Upset Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES

According to the New York Times, Diana wished to keep the styling ‘Her Royal Highness’ considering that she was the mother of the future heir, and Queen Elizabeth II even agreed. But the publication claims that Prince Charles was ‘adamant’ that Diana would be stripped of the title and the privileges that come with it.

 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William in India Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES

Without the prestigious ‘HRH’, Diana would have to comply with various royal rules, such as curtseying to her own children, and would lose all formal connection to her sons.

The Princess’ former butler, Paul Burrell, recalls how Prince William – just 14 years old at the time – tried to comfort his mother and soothe her ‘distress’.

In his book, A Royal Duty, Burrell writes: ‘She told me how he had sat with her one night when she was upset over the loss of HRH, put his arms around her and said, ‘Don’t worry, Mummy. I will give it back to you one day when I am King.”

Diana died just one year after the divorce was finalized, but both William and Harry have continued to honor their late mother in everything they do – from their charity work endeavors, to the commissioning of commemorative statue of her in Kensington Palace.

 

Princess Diana Photo (C) GETTY

We’re sure Diana would be so proud of everything the sons are doing.

Colin Tebbutt said he couldn’t bear allowing Charles, and Diana’s sisters, to see her body in such a state

Diana’s body was ‘made to look PRETTY’ for Prince Charles after Paris death crash. Princess Diana had her hair tidied and make-up applied as she lay dead in Paris before Prince Charles visited, her driver has revealed. Colin Tebbutt said he couldn’t bear allowing Charles, and Diana’s sisters, to see her body in such a state.

The now 77-year-old was the first member of Diana’s staff to arrive in Paris from London just hours after her death on August 31, 1997.

HE WAS HORRIFIED WHEN HE SAW THE PRINCESS LYING DEAD WITH JUST HER HEAD POKING OUT FROM BENEATH BLANKETS.

Tebbutt said while the 36-year-old’s face was barely marked from the crash, the hours in the swelteringly hot hospital room had taken their toll.

HE ADMITTED HE INVITED A FRENCH UNDERTAKER TO APPLY MAKE-UP TO HER FACE BEFORE THE FAMILY ARRIVED FROM BRITAIN.

DIANA’S BUTLER PAUL BURRELL THEN ATTENDED TO HAIR AND PUT A ROSARY ON THE BED TO MAKE SURE SHE WAS BEAUTIFUL, REPORTS THE SUN.

Mr Tebbutt said he was also horrified as ghouls nearby were climbing on roofs to try and get a view of the Princess.

DRIVER Colin Tebbutt worked on Diana’s staff for two years before her death

THE DRIVER SAID: “WHEN I RETURNED, SHE LOOKED 100% BETTER BUT IT WAS ONE OF THE HOTTEST DAYS OF THE YEAR AND THE ROOM WAS LIKE A FURNACE.

“[Paul Burrell] did her hair nicely then he put a rosary on the bed.

“Then, to my horror, I saw people climbing about on roofs. They were some distance away, but that was a blow.

“There were no blinds so I ordered some blankets to be brought and hung them at the windows.”

PEOPLE’S PRINCESS Diana was beloved around the world for her charity work and charm Photo (C) GETTY

He described arriving at the hospital, only to find a parade of ghouls coming to “bow” before her corpse. Mr Tebbutt quickly shooed away these onlookers before tending to the body ahead of the arrival of the Prince and Di’s siblings Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.

He said: “None of us sat with her that ­afternoon. She was in the room at peace, with guards outside.” Tebbutt previously spoke about how he thought Diana was alive as her eyes appeared to flicker open as the wind blew her lashes. The Princess was being driven in a Mercedes S-280 after she left the Hotel Ritz in Paris before crashing into a pillar in the Alma Tunnel.

Diana, boyfriend Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul all died, but her bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones survived the horror smash. Britain is preparing to mark the 20th anniversary of her death on August 31.