PUBLISHED: 11:55, Tue, Nov 17, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:55, Tue, Nov 17, 2020
Pat Sharp, who is best known for presenting the popular show Fun House, has detailed the moments he shared with Princess Diana. The former Capital Radio DJ explained that the royal would often visit the studio in a bid to "get away from her lifestyle".
The 59-year-old said she was a big fan of radio and would often pop in and listen to their broadcasts.
The presenter believed that her visits were often a form of escapism from her reality of royal life.
Pat also dished on her favourite pop band being Duran Duran and how the late Princess loved everything about "pop music".
"I've met Princess Diana on a number of occasions," Pat explained.
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Princess Diana's unlikely meeting with Pat Sharp at Capital Radio (Image: GETTY)
Pat Sharp is a radio DJ and former Fun House presenter (Image: SUNDAY EXPRESS)
"She was a big fan of Capital Radio and would come into the station and sit and watch Graham Dene doing his radio show.
"I suppose it was a getaway from her lifestyle."
He continued: "She would come in and have a cup of coffee out of a polystyrene cup, and sit and watch her favourite breakfast show go out on the air."
Pat also spoke of chatting with Princess Diana directly at a charity event.
Pat Sharp met Princess Diana on many occasions including Help A Child charity lunch (Image: GETTY)
He had teamed up with his colleague Mick Brown and released a charity single, I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet, which became a top-10 hit.