Our review of Ed Pekins’ The Princess: Majestic Licking

The documentary
The Princess rewinds the thread of the princess’s life, until her death, which occurred on August 31, 1997. -/AFP

CRITICISM – This documentary returns, twenty-five years after her death, to the obsession of the British for Lady Diana.

There are more moving statements. After their marriage, a journalist asks Charles and his young wife what connects them. love “outdoor activities”, answers after reflection the heir to the throne. The poison that was going to attack their couple was already distilling. Diana was never unaware, she would later say, of her husband’s affair with Camilla Parker Bowles.

This documentary rewinds the thread of her life as a princess, until her death, which occurred on August 31, 1997. It was twenty-five years ago. In The Princessthe archives follow one another in a well-orchestrated way, without voiceover.

In the early 1980s, the mischievous face of little Spencer made the British smile. This nanny-turned-princess puts royalty within your imagination. Thousands of hands applaud the carriage entering Buckingham Palace. Diana fever takes England but, alas, spares her husband. Her popularity annoys him. He is not shy about it. “I have come to the conclusionrecount…

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