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Great Britain / Diana: Her True Story #345233

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 08, 1992
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) "Sunday Times" reported standing by its story that British Princess Diana is so unhappy in her marriage that she has attempted suicide.

(London: Tom Fenton) Uproar created by the book "Diana: Her True Story" which documents Princess Diana's alleged unhappiness with her marriage featured; scenes shown of Princess Diana, Prince Charles, their wedding and alleged "other woman" Camilla Parker-Bowles. ["Majesty" magazine editor Ingrid SEWARD, Lord ST. JOHN of Fawsley - say it's damaging.] ["Sunday Times" editor Andrew NEIL - comments on Princess Diana's motivation.]

Reporter(s):
Bradley, Ed;
Fenton, Tom
Duration:
00:02:10

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