New podcast episode! Mike Parry was the Executive Editor of the Press Association at the time of Princess Diana’s tragic death in Paris, France on August 31, 1997. After connecting with multiple sources throughout the night and early morning hours, Mike made the gut-wrenching decision to confirm her shocking death to the world. Here’s how it all unfolded…
One thing that hasn’t changed in the 25 years since we lost Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, and Henri Paul? Michael Cole’s recollection of events.
Princess Diana’s “I’m A Luxury” sweater will go down in history as one of her most celebrated fashion moments. Gyles Brandreth, designer and author, discusses Diana’s relationship with Prince Philip. Philip’s support of Diana and what Prince Philip might think of Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir.
In the latest episode of the To Di For Daily podcast, New York Times bestselling author Christopher Andersen talks about his 1998 bestseller, ‘The Day Diana Died.’ Christopher had exclusive access to hospital staff at Pitié-Salpêtrière University Hospital – most have not spoken since.
The all-new Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition is offering you the opportunity to get married in their “Wedding of the Century” room. Should we do it?!
Did someone say ROAD TRIP?! Tickets are officially on sale for Las Vegas’s newest and most glamorous attraction… Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition opening September 2, 2022! Remember when Perez Hilton told us about this new experience on the To Di For Daily podcast?!
On this episode of the To Di For Daily podcast, Simon McCoy discusses Princess Diana and his life as a 90s royal correspondent. The tv presenter reflects on the 25th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana and her legacy.
I know you’ve seen Rowing Blazers, Warm & Wonderful, and Gyles and George’s ads for Princess Diana’s iconic jumpers. The ads haunt me as I navigate my way around the internet. Here’s the good news… each of these brands do promotions!
The Daily Beast reports that Andrew Morton disagrees with Prince William’s demand that the BBC never air Princess Diana’s interview again. Morton tells the pub, “It is a supreme irony that it is her son who has led the calls to posthumously muzzle Diana, to silence her, to prevent her from being heard, from saying what she spent her life trying to articulate.”
You can catch Cristo Foufas and Kinsey Schofield’s Royal Roundup every Sunday morning at 5:30 am GMT on TalkTV.
He’s the most handsome and talked about Prince in the world and he knows that all eyes will be on him Tuesday as he celebrates a landmark birthday, the big 4-0. In typical Princess Diana fashion, Prince William has written exclusively for ‘The Big Issue’ about why he wanted to turn the country’s attention to the homeless crisis around his 40th birthday.
Did you know that Diana grew up on Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham Estate in a home called Park House? Diana’s grandparents originally rented the home from King George V. Multiple members of Diana’s family were royal courtiers. It often feels like that is excluded from her story. Was she more interesting or fascinating by being considered “a commoner” to the press? When her family has such a rich and fascinating aristocratic background? Watch ‘Diana at Sixty’ on Tubi now.