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Written By: Andrew Morton
Narrated By: Andrew Morton, Caroline Langrishe, Michael Maloney, Jennie Bond
Date: June 22, 2017
Duration: 13 hours and 45 minutes
The book when published in 1992, met with outcry and scathing responses from the British media and establishment. However, with the passage of time when the rift in the marriage of Diana became evident to the public, it was clear that the book was her own life’s story. In the year 1995, she also admitted in a BBC interview that she had indirectly helped and cooperated with Andrew Morton in writing of the book. The book details out her unhappiness with her marriage and how she had sunk into despair from which coming out seemed rather difficult. In her despair, she narrated her life story to the author Andrew Morton, which was later published as a book.
Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words Audio book by Andrew Morton is the closest to an autobiography of Princess Diana. The book was first published in 1992. Andrew Morton, a close friend of Diana, interviewed her for the book. The book opened up many personal facets of Diana’s life- her marriage with Prince Charles, her relationship with the Queen, her struggles against ill health and loneliness and other such personal reveals. The fact that Diana was closely involved in the book and its publication, made the book more special. It became number 1 on the New York Bestselling list. The book also changed the perception of the British Monarchy among common people.
Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words Audiobook did not get positive reviews from the British press initially, but slowly it was accepted by the people. In due course of time, it became number 1 on the New York Bestselling list. It later received praises and positive reviews and acclaims from the British and the worldwide press. The contents of the book- raw and unfiltered were appreciated by all.
After twenty-five years of its first publication in 1992, the 25th-anniversary edition was published. The new publication had never before published content which included taped interviews of Diana and a new introduction by Andrew Morton. In this new edition, the author has revisited the secret interview tapes which he and Diana made, which provides stunning insights and perspective into her private life. In this new edition, Andrew Morton has focused on the legacy of Diana on the royal family.