Anorak | Never Say Di

Never Say Di

by | 9th, September 2004

‘PERHAPS somewhere in Norway a blonde woman with a Harvey Nichols charge card is staring out of a frosted window, tilting her head to one side and letting out a soft mew.

Oslo, July 17 2004

It’s the kind of story that so many Di lovers are willing to believe that she is still alive and didn’t perish in the most mundane way imaginable.

But she is dead although only in a physical sense.

And seven years after Elton John’s last big hit (and, some say, the Queen’s too), Di is back to tell all through her good and close pal, Lucia Felcha Di Lima.

‘It’s still very difficult for me to talk about Diana,’ says the wife of the former Brazilian ambassador to Britain.

But she struggles on through the pain and, over a densely packed three pages of copy, tells the world what she knows.

Know that

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