Actually, the article is an excerpt from a new book by Andrew Morton on the relationship between Margaret and her sister.
"Princess Margaret's sudden illness during a Royal visit to Paris had taken everybody by surprise.
Coughing loudly, she told aides she was too unwell to attend an official lunch where she would be guest of honour and would rest instead.
Only later did it emerge that far from being ill, Margaret had spent the day having her hair done by one of France's most celebrated stylists before going on to a dress fitting with Dior.
For Cynthia Gladwyn, wife of the British Ambassador to France, the 29-year-old Princess's actions had been unforgivably rude.
'She wishes to convey that she is very much the Princess, but at the same time she is not prepared to stick to the rules if they bore or annoy her,' she said.
It was a pattern of behaviour that had been increasingly evident following the Princess's split from her divorced lover Peter Townsend four years earlier.
Since then, according to senior courtier Tommy Lascelles, Margaret had become 'selfish, hard and wild', enjoying the perks of Royalty while reluctant to embrace its responsibilities."