& # 39; The butler who won't shut up! & # 39 ;: Royal fans blow Princess Diana ex-assistant Paul Burrell after he told documentary that her mother Frances Shand Kydd gave her a & # 39; wh *** & # 39; mentioned before dating Muslims Dodi Fayed and Hasnat Khan
- Paul Burrell claims in documentary & # 39; Princess Diana & # 39; s Wicked Stepmother & # 39;
- The program focuses on Countess Raine Spencer and her impact on Diana
- But it also makes some surprising statements about her relationship with her mother
- Frances Shand Kydd argued with Diana about male choice, says Burrell
- Diana & # 39; s children Prince William and Prince Harry say that butler has betrayed their mother
The former butler of Princess Diana, Paul Burrell, was urged to keep his mouth shut after using a documentary to reveal even more secrets about his former boss.
The controversial former royal servant used an appearance on American TV to claim that the mother of the Princess of Wales gave her a & # 39; wh *** & # 39; mentioned before dating Muslim men Dodi Fayed and Hasnat Khan after splitting up with Prince Charles.
The 61-year-old has participated in the new Smithsonian Channel documentary about Countess Raine Spencer, named: & # 39; Princess Diana & # 39; s Wicked Stepmother & # 39 ;.
But this week, Mr. Burrell said the program lifts the lid of her relationship with her mother, Frances Shand Kydd, and revealed that their last conversation was a row about Diana 's choice for men.
Paul Burrell (pictured last week in New York) spills the beans again on Princess Diana, including an argument with her mother Shand Kydd about her choice of men after splitting with Prince Charles
Princess Diana had relationships with her doctor Hasnat Khan and later Dodi Fayed, who died in 1997 with her in Paris
Some royal spectators are not satisfied with Mr. Burrell's insistence on revealing secrets about Diana's life
Burrell's intervention, accused by her children William and Harry of betraying Diana, has been criticized as a new step too far.
The claim was made by Diana & # 39; s former butler Paul Burrell in a new documentary called & # 39; Princess Diana & # 39; s Wicked Stepmother & # 39; who focuses on Countess Raine Spencer and her impact on the princess
A royal guard replied: & # 39; The butler who is not silent !!! & # 39; while another wrote: & # 39; Paul Burrell is selling AGAIN …. or he has no money & # 39 ;.
Mr. Burrell earned millions from a series of books about his life with the princess and then got lucrative deals for reality shows such as I & # 39; m A Celebrity Get Me Out Here Here.
In a rare public statement in 2003, at the height of his fame, Prince William and Prince Harry accused him of betraying their mother and said they would have been ashamed of his breach of trust.
They said in a statement: & # 39; We cannot believe that Paul, to whom so much was entrusted, could abuse his position in such a cold and open betrayal.
& # 39; When we say that, we feel that we can speak more for our mother than for Paul. We ask Paul to put an end to these revelations. & # 39;
He has now revealed that Princess Diana's mother has given her a & # 39; wh *** & # 39; mentioned before dating Muslim men.
Mr. Burrell told me Fox news: & # 39; I was in my small pantry under the main staircase of Kensington Palace and I heard this sob coming from the room of (Diana). & # 39;
& # 39; Then she called, & # 39; Paul, please come. Come quickly. & # 39; So I ran up the stairs and found the princess crumpled in the middle of her room with the phone to her ear, and she beckoned me closer. I heard what her mother said.
She said: & # 39; Listen. Listen to what Mama says. & # 39;
Burrell claims that Mrs. Shand Kydd had been drinking that night and & # 39; called the princess & # 39 ;.
Princess Diana previously had a relationship with two Muslim men, heart surgeon Hasnat Khan and Dodi Fayed, the son of billionaire Mohamed Al-Fayed.
Royals: Burrell, who served Princess Diana (pictured together in 1994) for ten years, claimed that the Princess of Wales gave him her & # 39; rock & # 39; and the & # 39; only man I ever trusted & # 39; – her sons would later accuse him of & # 39; betrayal & # 39;
He added that she said: & # 39; That's you. I raised a wh *** that **** around the city with Muslim men.
& # 39; You should be ashamed of yourself. & # 39; Diana sobbed and said: & Mama, please don't say those words to me.
& # 39; Please don't call me those names. & # 39; She begged her. She kept begging her not to say it. & # 39;
After the tirade, Diana apparently withdrew from her relationship with her mother, and shortly afterwards she was killed in the 1997 car accident in Paris.
How Paul Burrell the & # 39; only man & # 39; became Princess Diana trusted before betraying her & # 39; with a tell-all book
In 2006, Mr Burrell published his second book about his time as Princess Diana, called The Way We Were
Paul Burrell joined the palace footman at the age of 18 and a year later became the personal footman of the queen.
He joined Prince Charles and Diana at Highgrove House in Gloucestershire in 1987 and stayed there until her death in August 1997.
Burrell was the only non-family member present at Diana's private funeral on the Spencer Althorp estate.
In 1993 she wrote a letter to him claiming that the Prince of Wales intended to kill her so that he could marry Tiggy Legge-Bourke, the former nanny of Princess William and Harry.
The note was shown during the investigation of her death and was sent to Burrell in October – 10 months after her divorce from Prince Charles was announced.
Burrell wrote two tell-all books after her death – A Royal Duty in 2003 and a follow-up book called The Way We Were in 2006 – in which he claimed to be him & # 39; the only man I can trust & # 39; had mentioned.
It is believed that the Princess of Wales entrusted him with her private documents during her divorce.
He said: & She was surrounded by the richest, most skilled people and she chose the son of a truck driver from Derbyshire.
& # 39; She called me her rock and I took care of her. & # 39;
But Princess William and Harry would later accuse him of betraying the mother they loved so much.
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