Prince Charles’ surprise letter to Princess Diana the night before their wedding left her feeling “devastated.”

Princess Diana’s existence as a royal was renowned for being difficult. She was followed everywhere she went because the British tabloid press needed images of her all the time.

Diana was not only harassed, but her marriage to King Charles was also troubled by both romantic issues and extramarital affairs. The two eventually got divorced, and soon after that notorious Paris car tragedy, the adored Princess went away.


Looking back, it appears that Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ relationship may have been a façade from the start. The night before their wedding, Charles reportedly sent his future wife a secret note, leaving her “devastated.”

Penny Thornton, Diana’s astrologer, claimed that he also essentially stated in that letter that he didn’t love her.

Princess Diana was adored by people everywhere. She was a tremendous role model for many people because she was real, witty, and a loving mother.

No one will ever forget Diana’s horrible car accident in Paris, which took her life. The world mourned Diana, and her legacy will endure forever.


It’s not a leap to suggest that Diana became the most photographed person in the world because she spent a significant portion of her royal life being pursued by the paparazzi press.

But before they got married, Diana had second thoughts about wedlocking Charles. Diana: In Her Own Words quoted her as saying, “We had this horrible interview the day we announced our engagement, and this idiotic [reporter] asked, ‘Are you in love? I remarked, “What a complicated question.

In this photo composite image comparison is made between (left) Diana, Princess of Wales as she arrives at the Vatican to meet Pope Paul II in April 1985 and (right) Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall meeting Pope Benedict XVI at St. Peter’s Basilica on April 27, 2009 in Vatican City, the Vatican. (Photo by Anwar Hussein/Getty Images)

“When Charles turned around and heard me say, “Yes, of course we are,’ he said, “Whatever love means. And that really confused me. What an odd response, I thought. It left me traumatised.

King Charles and Diana were wed on July 29, 1981, in London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral. All those present were filled with delight as they watched the two exchange vows. Diana, however, was gripped by panic because something happened the day before.

Lady Diana Spencer and Camilla Parker-Bowles at Ludlow Races where Prince Charles is competing, 1980. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Archive Photos)

She was anxious the night before the wedding, as anyone would be. That evening, Princess Diana spent the night at Clarence House and, according to stories, unexpectedly received a gift from Charles. It was a covert note that supposedly contained a startling revelation from him.

LThe letter gave Diana some suggestions. At the time, she was only 20 years old, whereas Charles was 12 years older.

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A signet ring with feathers from the Prince of Wales had been sent to her by Charles. I’m so proud of you, and I’ll be waiting at the altar for you tomorrow when you come up, the note said. Simply stare them in the eye and kill them, the Express claimed.

Diana was allegedly left utterly crushed by Charles. The night before the wedding, he admitted something because he “did not want to enter the marriage on a false commitment.”

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Charles said that he didn’t love her, according to Penny Thornton, Princess Diana’s astrologist, who collaborated closely with her.

She stated on the ITV documentary The Diana Interview: Revenge Of A Princess, as quoted by the Mirror, “One of the most shocking things that Diana told me was that Charles told her that he didn’t love her.”

“I believe Charles did not want to enter the wedding with a false foundation. It was terrible for Diana that he wanted to make amends with her.

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She considered not attending the wedding at that time because she didn’t want to go through with it.

It was estimated that 750 million people watched the royal wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles worldwide.

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