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Royal biographer Judy Wade, who predicted that Prince Charles and Princess Diana would split at the age of 81

Royal biographer Judy Wade, who reported on the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana and confidant to the late princess, passed away at the age of 81.

Australian-born Judy, who lived in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, after retiring in 2015, died on July 5 at Whittington Hospital in London after a brief illness.

Judy was in the congregation of St. Paul’s Cathedral in 1981 for Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding to Prince Charles, noting that she was closer to the bride than the end of Diana’s 25-meter train.

She wrote in The Sun, describing the occasion as “heartbreaking, dazzlingly great.”

Royal biographer Judy Wade, who reported on the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana and confidant of the late princess, passed away at the age of 81

Royal biographer Judy Wade, who reported on the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana and confidant of the late princess, passed away at the age of 81

Royal photographer Mark Stewart paid tribute to Judy, who was friends with Sarah Ferguson and got to know the princesses Eugenie and Beatrice

Royal photographer Mark Stewart paid tribute to Judy, who was friends with Sarah Ferguson and got to know the princesses Eugenie and Beatrice

Royal photographer Mark Stewart paid tribute to Judy, who was friends with Sarah Ferguson and got to know the princesses Eugenie and Beatrice

She became a close confidant to Diana and wrote The Truth in 2000, with interviews with Diana personal hairdresser Natalie Symons, and Marie Sutton, a close friend who took care of the princess when she traveled to Australia to plan her new life with Dr. Hasnat Khan. She also published Diana: The Intimate Portrait in 2007.

It is believed that Judy felt that all was not well in the marriage of Charles and Diana before they announced their divorce.

In 2017, former newspaper director Roy Greenslade told People documentary The Story of Diana that Judy had a “ suspicion ” that their relationship was falling apart and noticed a change in their body language on outings and royal tours – despite her colleagues not discovering any problems.

Judy also helped royal photographer Arthur Edwards with his book I’ll Tell the Jokes Arthur – the title of which is inspired by a jovial filing by Diana.

Australian-born Judy, who lived in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire after his 2015 retirement, died on July 5 at Whittington Hospital in London after a brief illness

Australian-born Judy, who lived in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire after his 2015 retirement, died on July 5 at Whittington Hospital in London after a brief illness

Australian-born Judy, who lived in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire after his 2015 retirement, died on July 5 at Whittington Hospital in London after a brief illness

In 2017, former newspaper director Roy Greenslade told People documentary The Story of Diana that Judy had a 'suspicion' that their relationship was falling apart and noticed a change in their body language on outings and royal tours - despite her colleagues not discovering any problems

In 2017, former newspaper director Roy Greenslade told People documentary The Story of Diana that Judy had a 'suspicion' that their relationship was falling apart and noticed a change in their body language on outings and royal tours - despite her colleagues not discovering any problems

In 2017, former newspaper director Roy Greenslade told People documentary The Story of Diana that Judy had a ‘suspicion’ that their relationship was falling apart and noticed a change in their body language on outings and royal tours – despite her colleagues not discovering any problems

As one of the few women to the royal rhythm, Judy traveled the world interviewing royals and celebrities in 69 countries, often on the same level as she wrote about.

She was friends with Sarah Ferguson and met princesses Eugenie and Beatrice.

Judy also attended the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey in 2011. Diana’s oldest is known to joke that Judy probably knew more about his life than he did.

Her favorite royal was said to be Prince Philip, because he is ‘so rude and makes you laugh’. She told The Sun that he once approached her in Sandringham and said, “Sniffed, aren’t we?”

As one of the few royal rhythm women at the time, Judy traveled the world interviewing royals and celebrities in 69 countries, often on the same level as she wrote about

As one of the few royal rhythm women at the time, Judy traveled the world interviewing royals and celebrities in 69 countries, often on the same level as she wrote about

As one of the few royal rhythm women at the time, Judy traveled the world interviewing royals and celebrities in 69 countries, often on the same level as she wrote about

Judy helped royal photographer Arthur Edwards (pictured together) with his book I'll Tell the Jokes Arthur - the title of which is inspired by a jovial filing of Diana

Judy helped royal photographer Arthur Edwards (pictured together) with his book I'll Tell the Jokes Arthur - the title of which is inspired by a jovial filing of Diana

Judy helped royal photographer Arthur Edwards (pictured together) with his book I’ll Tell the Jokes Arthur – the title of which is inspired by a jovial filing of Diana

Royal photographer Mark Stewart paid tribute to Judy on social media this week, writing: ‘Memory of a close friend and doyenne of royal reporters Judy Wade who passed away yesterday.

“One of the very best journalists of her generation; from royal births to royal weddings and royal tours, Judy witnessed and reported history as it happened in her own unique style. ‘

Judy was a good confidant of Princess Diana

Judy was a good confidant of Princess Diana

Judy was a good confidant of Princess Diana

Judy’s daughter Jordan McGarry, a mother of two, also shared a heartfelt tribute to her mom on Twitter earlier this week, admitting, “We’re all a little broken.”

Her family has one JustGiving page to raise money for the hospital that took care of her.

Jordan wrote on the page, ‘How can I ever write words in this little box that does justice to my mom, the super-scribbler?

“Mom became very unwell about 10 days ago, and I’m totally upset to say that we lost her yesterday, on the 72nd birthday of the NHS. At the end she was very comfortable, in a sun-filled room with a large open window and lots of Hey Jude playing in the background. I am very happy to say that I was there to hold her hand.

“I will have more to say in the next few days, but for now, if you want to pay tribute to my mom, instead of sending flowers to me, I ask people to please donate to Whittington Hospital, well taken care of mom in the last week of her life.

“Or just turn up the volume and sing along to the Na Na Nas the next time you hear her theme song.”

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