In case you didn’t know, former President Donald Trump is releasing another book before April 25, and this one is bringing a bunch of high-profile figures into the mix. This book is not an autobiography or another business based guide, it is a book of letters he has received over the years. IN Letters to Trumpa lot of characters’ letters to him will be seen in public – including earlier ones from Princess Diana.
Per Newsweek, many sources claim that these letters have the potential to cause “embarrassment”, with royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams saying: “It is possible that (the letter) may contain embarrassing material, although it is highly unlikely that they will contain something compromising as (Diana) apparently looked at him with disdain.”
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Along with Diana, there are also said to be letters from Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, Queen Elizabeth II and Kim Jong Un in the upcoming book. But many are interested in seeing what Diana wrote to the former president.
In 2022, the biography The King: The Life of Charles III claimed Trump had “aggressively pursued” Diana after she and King Charles III divorced in 1996, and it’s not the only one.
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Journalist Selena Scott wrote back in 2015 for the Sunday Times per People, “He bombarded Diana at Kensington Palace with massive bouquets of flowers, each worth hundreds of pounds. Trump clearly saw Diana as the ultimate trophy wife. As the roses and orchids piled up in her apartment, she was getting more and more worried about what to do. It was starting to feel like Trump was stalking her.”
Diana and Trump met back in the 1990s when they ran in the same circle and would bump into each other through charity functions. He has made vulgar comments about her in the past and even wrote in his 1997 book The art of coming back“I have only one regret in the women’s department—that I never had the opportunity to woo Lady Diana Spencer.”
The book is due out in just over a month, and in truth, no one knows what to expect.
Before you go, click here to see all our favorite photos of Princess Diana.
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