Princess Diana said her parents never told her they loved her, her controversial video tapes have revealed.
During vocal coaching lessons between September 1992 and December 1993 at Kensington Palace, Diana opened up to her tutor Peter Settelen.
The tapes feature her speaking candidly and informally about her upbringing, her courtship with the Prince of Wales, her troubled marriage and her ‘very odd’ sex life.
Diana revealed that her and Charles went from having sex 'once every three weeks' to it fizzling out all together. Left, on their honeymoon in 1981 and right, at a polo match in 1985
Despite an outcry, the footage is set to be broadcast by Channel 4 this weekend.
Speaking about her childhood, Diana says: ‘My parents, they never said they loved me. No, no, no idea. There was no hugs or anything like that.’
She speaks frankly about her sex life with Charles, adding: ‘It was odd, very odd. But it was there, then it fizzled out about seven years ago, six years ago, well seven, because Harry was eight.
'Instinct told me, it was just so odd. I don’t know, there was no requirement for it from his case.
'Sort of once every three weeks and I kept thinking. And then I followed a pattern, he used to see his lady once every three weeks before we got married.'
It also emerged that her father, Earl Spencer, never told her of his plans to marry Raine, Lady Dartmouth – leaving her and her sister, Sarah, to