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Secretly, Colthurst agrees to be an intermediary between the two. Morton provides him with questions, which he, in turn, passes on to the princess. She records her answers on tape, and Colthurst returns them to Morton. Since Colthurst is a frequent visitor to Kensington Palace, no one suspects a thing. The Crown is known for putting an exaggerated spin on real-life events. In the case of Diana’s tell-all book—what is fact versus fiction? It turns out Peter Morgan and the writers didn’t need to speculate much when it came to the creation of Diana: Her True Story. Andrew Morton himself wrote a very detailed account of how, exactly, the book came to be—which he shared after Princess Diana’s death in 1997. As the show suggests, Morton, a veteran royal reporter, was already researching a book about Princess Diana. Gradually, he befriended Colthurst (indeed, over games of squash and Italian food, as The Crown shows), thinking he could be a useful source. Diana, pleased with Morton’s previous work, began giving Colthurst small pieces of information to relay to Morton—such as the firing of Prince Charles’s private secretary. Morton then turned that into a piece for The Sunday Times.
She then began thinking bigger. “Like a prisoner condemned for a crime she did not commit, Diana had a crying need to tell the world the truth about her life, the distress she felt, and the ambitions she nurtured. Her sense of injustice was profound,” Morton wrote years later. “Quite simply, she wanted the liberty to speak her mind, the opportunity to tell people the whole story of her life and to let them judge accordingly.” A book by a well-respected writer was a way she could do just that.A major problem? How to conduct the interviews. Morton was a known and—at six feet four with glasses—a conspicuous reporter. Kensington Palace and Prince Charles would no doubt discover, and attempt to squash, the project quickly. So Colthurst agreed to interview Diana with questions written by Morton, record her answers via tape, and then deliver them back to the author.
2022: After 17 years of royal duties, Queen Elizabeth makes a statement that, upon her death, Camilla will be known queen consort. “When, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me,” she writes in a statement. “And it is my sincere wish that, when that times comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service.” This goes against public opinion, which, even in 2021, preferred Camilla to be called the lesser “princess consort” instead. Finally, when Queen Elizabeth dies in September, Camilla becomes queen consort—51 years after she first met Prince Charles. In The Crown Season 5, the second episode finds Elizabeth Debicki’s Princess Diana in a dilemma. (A note for the reader: spoilers are to follow.) She’s miserable in her marriage to Prince Charles, who is in love with Camilla Parker Bowles. The press follows her every move—so much so that Diana even fears that her home at Kensington Palace might be bugged. And most of all, she feels trapped. Leaving Charles means potentially sacrificing not only her role as an altruistic public servant but her sons: As heirs to the throne, they’d have to remain behind in England if Diana were to move anywhere else. “I’d love to have a book out there so everyone understands how difficult it’s been,” Debicki’s Diana says to her friend James Colthurst when he tells the princess that a journalist named Andrew Morton is writing a book. “But I don’t want to be responsible for starting a war.”
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