In his new book Guarding Diana: Protecting The Princess Around The World, ex-Met Police officer Ken Wharfe, who guarded Diana for more than five years until 1993, wrote, said: "The Princess, who told me she was genuinely upset by her husband's refusal to join her at the Taj Mahal, had privately chose to drive home the point".
In a recent interview with Channel 9, Burrell, who was Diana's butler, shared his thoughts about the private conversations and Kate Middleton. She went on to admit that "something inside me closed off", after Harry's birth - especially because Charles had picked up his long-time affair with Camilla Parker Bowles.
The videos include Diana as a little girl and living a carefree life, decades before she became an worldwide icon.
He asked: "We have a lot to talk about this morning, but first I want to ask you about your comments about Kate Middleton (sic) ... That's way too harsh isn't it?"
'Kate is a lovely young lady. "The Queen has it. Diana certainly had it. Kate doesn't".
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"How DARE you even say that".
Although Burrell highlights the loving relationship Kate and Prince William have and how "devoted to each other" they both are, he states that Middleton lacks that special something, "which you call the 'X-factor, ' " and "charisma" adding other magical qualities are "not there".
The news anchor further asked: "Why don't you leave Kate alone?" he said. I mean, come on. "She said, "I knew my marriage was over", the Sun reported.
Karl then pointed out: "With due respect, you're not taking anything out of context".
However, Stefanovic fired back as he defended the Duchess of Cambridge, saying she's a "mother-of-two who is doing her very best on the world stage".
When she was 6, her parents were involved in a scandalous divorce and she rarely saw her mother again. Despite painting Diana in a wholly positive light, the documentary clearly had its agenda against the Royal Family, and Diana's tapes merely supported this agenda, rather than stood in her own right and told her own story. What I want to say is Diana had something more, she had that extra, I don't know, magic.