Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Diana, Diana

Nearly ten years dead, but the Daily Express just cannot stop itself. More Diana revelations today.

The Daily Express has been obsessed with Princess Diana for a long time - it’s like a dog that won't let go of a bone.

Last week it was “Diana arrest drama”, the week before it was "Diana: A new murder mystery", and then "Diana death: crucial new evidence.” The list goes on.

Today, it's not only the Daily Express, but the Sun that’s at it as well, as a "caddish" cameraman comes out of the magical Diana closet with a story of a 2.5 minute sex romp. Nice.

Sebastian Rich (no seriously, that's his name) worked for ITN and is asking for £1m for details of his "quickie with Princess Di". Rich was the camera man who shot Diana and Charles for the famous ITV documentary, 'In Public, In Private'

Firstly, it's probably lies, but secondly, £1m for 2.5 minutes? What is he going to reveal.

It's difficult to fathom, but apparently he is looking for a book deal. The mind boggles.

You wouldn't think it would be possible to get a book out of that, but publishing sources say it is possible.

According to the Sun, Rich claims she flung herself at him in a fit of jealousy over an affair Charles was having with a courtier.

The story, like many the Express runs, is scraping the barrel. It's all a rather unpleasant business. Once again, really FTLOG, leave the poor woman alone.

3 Comments:

At 9:47 AM, Anonymous Lord Levy's nutsack said...

The Express has an obsession with Diana. You have an obsession with the Express having an obsession with Diana. We, your loyal blog audience, have an obsession with you!

Thus is the way of the world...unless you, Gordon, break the chain. Stop talking about The Express, stop giving them the oxygen of publicity and maybe, just maybe they'll bugger off and start writing about real news.

Is it just me or are they writing about Diana when they could be writing about Lord Levy behaving in what appears to be a fraudulent manner over the 'cash for honours' scandal?

 
At 9:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"You wouldn't think it would be possible to get a book out of that, but publishing sources say it is possible."

Could we squeeze a double entendre out of this sentence? I can feel one coming on...

 
At 9:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"it’s like a dog that won't let go of a bone."

ditto

 

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