london - The brother of twenty years ago was killed Princess Diana has asked a British television channel not to broadcast a documentary about his sister. It contains controversial statements that may be distressing for the Princes Harry and William, citing British media Sunday Charles Spencer. Channel 4 wants to broadcast the document as scheduled Sunday.
The documentary contains video recordings of talks that Diana had included with her voice coach Peter Settelen in the years 1992 and 1993. Therein the princess talks about her love life with Charles and his extravagant relationship with his later wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.
Thirteen years ago, tricks of the talks were published in the United States. Several statements that are now being broadcast on British television for the first time were already known.
Diana describes her marriage to Charles as the 'worst day of her life' in the documentary according to British media. Before the wedding on July 29, 1981, they and the British troop successor met each other thirteen times. Charles had demanded Camilla as a mistress. He had said, 'I refuse to be the only prince of Wales who has no lover. ''
Shortly after the wedding, Charles deceived his wife with his youth-loving Camilla. Diana suffered from eating disorders bullying and collapsed in affairs. In 1996, the couple finally broke down and on August 31, 1997, Diana died at the age of 36 by a car accident in Paris.