Princess Diana had no regrets in supporting the Andrew Morton biography.
Morton, who authored the Princess’ biography with her help, says Diana died without regrets.
Speaking to Hello! magazine’s A Right Royal Podcast, Morton however revealed an important question he never asked the former Princess of Wales.
He said: “The one question I never asked her was, ‘Why are you doing it?’ Because she might have thought to herself, ‘Why am I doing it?'”
He, however, added that Diana was always “relieved” over the book getting out.
He said: “I remember occasions when Diana was in tears talking about some of the issues in her life, mostly her suicide attempts – and when I sent her to read through chapter six, she was in tears reading it because it just brought back so many memories.
“She did have a difficult childhood, an unhappy childhood, and talking about that as well it was like ploughing a field – it brought to the surface all kinds of unhappiness,” he noted.