Writer defends Diana 'ghost' appearance in King Charles III drama

Anita Tucker
May 4, 2017

HBO is marking the 20th anniversary of the year of Princess Diana's death by securing USA rights a landmark doc. Often extremely private, according to Deadline the two princes will "talk openly and in depth about their mother and how her influence has shaped their lives".

The two princes will also offer their perspective on their mother's unique contribution to public life, including her charitable and humanitarian work in areas including landmines, child bereavement, homelessness and HIV and AIDS.

Diana was 36 when she died of injuries she sustained as a passenger in the 1997 auto crash.

The film will be produced by Oxford Film and Television for ITV, which previously produced feature-length documentary "Our Queen at Ninety", which aired as part of channel's 90th birthday celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II in May 2016.

"This film will show Princess Diana in a way she has never been seen before, through the eyes of the two people who knew her best", said Nick Kent, executive producer".

In his interview, Wharfe says he believes "Diana, in my view, would have been alive today" if she had not given up her security detail following her divorce from Prince Charles.

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The NBC show will analyse Diana's life, including her rocky marriage to Charles, her love affairs and her death.

On Sunday, ABC will air The Last 100 Days of Diana and Gayle King will host CBS' Princess Diana: Her Life - Her Death - The Truth on May 22.

Prince Harry recently opened up about losing his mother when he was just 12 years old in an emotional interview.

Some of the most iconic photos of Princess Diana have gone on display at Althorp, her family home and resting place.

United Kingdom indie Oxford Film & Television is behind the doc, which comes 20 years after the British royal's death.

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