After a bitter legal row between Mr Settelen, 65, and the Spencer family, headed by her brother, the tapes were returned to the voice coach after it was concluded that he held the copyright.They have never been aired in Britain despite being broadcast by America's NBC in 2004 and those closest to Diana have maintained that she never believed they would be made public.
But no, it was all, it was odd.'Diana reveals she had met Charles only 13 times before their wedding, before giggling nervously. Absolutely traumatised me.'She describes how she and Charles had sex 'sort of once every three weeks' but their 'odd, very odd' sex life 'fizzled out' after Harry was born in 1984. But it was there, then it fizzled out about seven years ago, six years ago, well seven, because Harry was eight. I don't know, there was no requirement for it from his case.'Diana says that when she confronted Charles over his infidelity with Camilla, he replied: 'I refuse to be the only Prince of Wales who never had a mistress.' Recalling a conversation between Charles and his father in which the Duke of Edinburgh appeared to condone his affair, she says: 'My father-in-law said to my husband, 'If your marriage doesn't work out you can always go back to her after five years'.'Diana says she went sobbing to the Queen, who she referred to as 'the top lady', to ask for advice about her failing marriage and Charles's infidelity. She reportedly described her husband's mistress as the 'raunchier' of the two after listening in on their explicit conversations.
their ratings figures but about the people and family who are still around who will find this very hurtful.'His searing criticism came after it emerged that Diana's brother Earl Spencer had tried to stop the Channel 4 documentary from going ahead.
However, her former equerry defended Channel 4's decision to broadcast the videos.
Meanwhile, @Sonic360 posted a gif of Prince Charles saying 'exterminate' in the manner of Dr Whowhile another user published four images of Kermit the Frog and joked 'Prince Charles at the palace'.
Other viewers labelled Channel 4 'disrespectful', 'intrusive' and 'tacky' for showing the tapes, but some critics admitted they still watched it and found it intriguing.
Diana: In Her Own Words prompted a string of tweets in which people imagined the royal's reaction to seeing the controversial episode of his life back in the limelight.