"Prince William and Prince Harry have been 'kept in the dark' over a new Princess Diana documentary which is set to be broadcast on the 25th anniversary of her death, sources have claimed.
The four-part series Investigating Diana: Death in Paris will air on Channel 4 to coincide with anniversary of the Princess of Wale's passing on 31 August.
A co-production between Channel 4 and Discovery Plus, the story will be told as a 'gripping and forensic police procedural' and explore 'how powerful individuals, the press and the internet created and fuelled conspiracy theories that overwhelmed facts and called into question the very nature of truth'.
Insiders told The Telegraph the Duke of Cambridge, 40, and the Duke of Sussex, 37, have not been consulted on the programme, or shown a preview of the piece."
"......Another documentary charting Diana's life, The Princess, will air this month after attracting controversy for including footage from her 1995 Panorama interview with Martin Bashir.
The Duke of Cambridge has previously called for the footage of his mother never to be shown again and the BBC has vowed not to broadcast or license it."
Oh Lord, I forgot this year marks 25 yrs. since the Paris accident. I would comment on both "documentaries..."Get over it." I don't think the public cares that much anymore.
I just have to make one comment concerning the photo of Charles, the boys, and Charles Spencer...Charles, (the Prince of Wales) the expression on his face is one of true grief, it's not fake.
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