The real influence behind Diana's Queen of Hearts claim was racy romance novels

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The real influence behind Diana's Queen of Hearts claim was racy romance novels

In the infamous interview with Martin Bashir, Diana said she did not think she would ever be queen.She did, however, infamously say: "I'd like to b

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In the infamous interview with Martin Bashir, Diana said she did not think she would ever be queen.

She did, however, infamously say: “I’d like to be a queen of people’s hearts, in people’s hearts, but I don’t see myself being Queen of this country. I don’t think many people will want me to be Queen.”

However, some may have noticed the similarity between this sentiment, which spawned headlines and a nickname for the royal, and a book.

That is, at least, according to a new documentary that aired on Channel 5 last night, Princess Diana: In Her Own Words.

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