MEDIA: What the Papers say; Press pick up novel ideas for Diana’s future

The Queen would certainly not have been amused. Seven of the world’s best-selling female authors gathered in New York to provide Diana, Princess of Wales with ideas for the future. Ostensibly publicising a new American TV channel producing a diet of romantic films 24 hours a day, the gathering generated UK coverage mainly on the strength of Jackie Collins’ contribution that to gain revenge on the Royal Family, Diana should ‘go bi and move a female lover into Kensington Palace’. The Daily Telegraph watered this suggestion down to ‘closeting herself in her palace with female friends’ while the Express bottled out completely and said Collins suggested ‘an older richer man’.

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