PUBLISHED: 21:13, Thu, Nov 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 21:15, Thu, Nov 26, 2020
Princess Diana and Prince Charles went to the USA in 1985 on a royal visit. The trip was, in fact, Diana's first trip to America. The pair stayed in Washington and were invited by then-President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy Reagan to a dinner dance at the White House.
Author Kitty Kelley shared an insight into the event in her book about the UK royal family, The Royals.
She wrote than while Diana enjoyed dancing with two of Hollywood's most handsome male stars, Prince Charles was left "ignored."
Kelley explained that Nancy Reagan made a point of inviting Diana’s favourite male film stars to the event.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Among these were John Travolta, Neil Diamond, Tom Selleck and Clint Eastwood.
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Princess Diana enjoyed dancing with two of Hollywood's most handsome male stars on a USA visit (Image: Getty Images)
President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy Reagan invited Charles and Diana to the White House (Image: Getty Images)
The author recounted an episode when Diana enjoyed a dance with two of the Hollywood celebrities.
She was even described as a "good little mover" who recognised the "special" moment.
“After the royals and the Reagans had danced the first dance, the First Lady approached Travolta," wrote