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Spilling the beans

Joining many of Diana's friends who have published their personal stories, Charlotte Cory has poignant memories of her special relationship with the late Princess of Wales

By Charlotte Cory   November 1997

We did not see each other very often-well, she was busy wasn’t she, being a princess, but we did not need to. We had a natural empathy. We were very close. We had so much in common and I suppose many of the things we had in common-we were both highly sensitive women in our 30s-helped bring us together. I thank my lucky stars that, despite all her many engagements, we were able to spend the little time together that we did so that I can write this now and set the record straight. I feel I owe it to…

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