A real back pain! Princess Diana’s brother Earl Spencer slams Donald Trump after the former US president claimed she and the queen ‘kissed his ass’… saying the princess found him ‘worse than a girl’ anal fissure’
- Charles Spencer also accused Trump of using Diana’s name to ‘sell real estate’
- It comes as the former US President is set to reveal 150 letters that were sent to him.
Princess Diana’s brother slammed Donald Trump, saying his sister found it “worse than an anal fissure” after the former US president claimed she and the queen “kissed his butt” in a new book .
Charles Spencer, 58, also accused Trump of using Diana’s name to “sell some real estate,” adding that he was surprised to hear his boasts about various celebrities and public figures.
He tweeted: “Shocked to hear Donald Trump apparently claim my late sister Diana wanted to ‘kiss his ass’, since the one time he mentioned it to me, when he was using his good name to sell something real.” been to New York – she clearly saw it as worse than an anal fissure.’
The claim comes as the former US president will reveal 150 letters that were sent to him as part of his new book ‘Letters to Trump’, due to be published next month.
Trump said: ‘I think you’re going to see a very fascinating life.
Charles Spencer, 58, also accused Trump of using Diana’s name to “sell some real estate.” Pictured: Diana and Spencer at the Birthright Ball
Former US President Donald Trump arrives on stage to speak about education policy at the Adler Theater in Davenport, Iowa, on Monday.
“I knew them all and every single one of them kissed my ass, and now I only have half of them kissing my ass.”
The former president will include letters he received from royals like Diana in the book, as well as former presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton.
Also included are world leaders such as North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
In April last year, Trump claimed that the Queen and Camilla were competing with each other for his attention at a royal banquet.
But he also spoke enthusiastically about the monarch, describing her as “a true legend.”
Speaking to Piers Morgan, she recalled: “She (Camilla) was on my right, the Queen was on my left, and I said ‘Queen, I really need to talk to Camilla for a bit too.’ We could not separate.
‘(Camilla) was fun, smart, fast, cool. I like him too. I like Charles.
Spencer arriving at BBC Broadcasting House in London last month
Princess Diana’s brother criticized Donald Trump, saying his sister saw him as “worse than an anal fissure.”
President Trump bragged that the queen “never had such a good time” as when she sat next to him at a state banquet in June 2019 (pictured)
Asked if he thinks Charles and Camilla will make good kings when the time comes, Trump said: “I hope so.” I think it’s going to be tricky because they’re really replacing a legend when you talk about this woman (the Queen).’
Trump also claimed that the Queen had never had such a good time as when he was sitting next to her at the state banquet.
He has also made lewd comments about Diana and her sexual health.
In shocking Howard Stern interviews that resurfaced in 2018, he said in two different chat rooms that he would have slept with the royal beauty, but made her take an HIV test beforehand.
In 2000, Trump told Stern that “without hesitation” he would have been intimate with Her Royal Highness, and previously, in 1997, he spoke out again on the subject.
But a book from last year claimed that Diana “rejected” Trump’s advances.
Christopher Andersen’s The King: The Life of Charles III detailed how Trump had “aggressively pursued” Diana following her divorce from then-Prince Charles in 1996.
Speaking about Trump’s new book, Winning Team Publishing founder Segio Gor said: ‘What do presidents, royalty, celebrities and business titans have in common? Everyone loves Donald Trump.
‘Long before he entered politics, Donald Trump lived an extraordinary life. No book highlights his iconic relationships quite like “Letters to Trump,” and we’re thrilled to be able to share it with our readers.’