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In Line To The Throne

by | 28th, June 2005

‘HAVING chosen to stick with the Sun, readers now get to hear the “FULL AMAZING STORY” about Princess Diana.

A nose for trouble

Over three pages of tightly woven text emanating from the pen of professional Diana confidant Simone Simmons, we finally get to learn everything.

Only, we don’t, and, as is the way with the Diana marketing machine, it’s likely we never will.

Ever since Diana died and stopped selling herself through approved books and TV interviews, others have been dining out on her name.

And for a woman who was so famously svelte, there seems to be a remarkably large amount of juicy meat on her frame. After years of chomping, the Diana feeders appear to be no nearer the heart of the matter.

But we do learn that, according to Simmons, Diana tried cocaine once. She didn’t like and only took it because her then boyfriend was “a habitual user and urged her to try it”.

His name was Dodi Fayed. And he was to become Diana’s “mission of the moment”. “She always helped lame ducks who came her way,” writes Simmons.

So what of JFK Junior? Was he another of Di’s pet projects, less sex bomb than waddling land mine?

Over in the Express, “highly placed sources in the US and Britain” have considered yesterday’s Sun story

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