Prince William told Diana he ‘didn’t want to be King’, new TV show reveals – Birmingham Live

Prince William told Diana he ‘didn’t want to be King’, new TV show reveals – Birmingham Live

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Read More   He said: "About a year before she died her secretary rang me up and asked me to lunch. "I’ve no idea why. She was stunningly glamorous, as you can imagine. "We talked about our children and she said William often told her that he didn’t really want to be king, and then Harry would say, ‘If you don’t want the job I’ll have it’!" Read More The Royal family He went on to reveal: "I thought she was pretty lonely, really. As we were leaving, I said 'What a strange place this is. So quiet, and yet over there is the bustle of Kensington High Street. It’s a bit like a prison.' "She said ‘It’s not a prison at all, Jeremy. More like an upmarket Coronation Street. .


As we go out, you will see all the curtains twitching.” Paxman then added: "Who would want to be a Royal?" Princess Diana on a visit to Birmingham Read More   He suggests popularity of Princes Charles reached an all-time low after splitting up from Princess Diana, saying: "Charles was sought after like a prawn cracker in a dirty ashtray." Read More   But Paxman believes William and Harry have since brought in a new Golden Age for the Royal Family. The presenter also revealed that Prince Edward once went for breakfast with the Queen on his birthday – but "she didn’t even know" it was his special day. Kensington Palace declined to comment.. .

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