Right... Questions, here we are.
In 1991, inside London's Kensington Palace, Princess Diana sits down for a series of secret interviews.
Yeah, has anything come up since the last meetings? Any afterthoughts?
Well, only about being accused very early on of stopping him hunting and shooting.
Let's now go back to the other life, before this life as it were.
Your first memory after being born? Anything as a child?
I mean, it was a very unhappy childhood. I remember seeing my father slap my mother across the face, and I was hiding behind the door. And she was crying.
The interviews are recorded by a close friend of Diana's on behalf of journalist Andrew Morton, who is writing a book about Diana's life.
這些訪談由黛安娜的密友代表記者 Andrew Morton 記錄下來，Andrew Morton 正在撰寫一本有關黛安娜生平的書。
The press were being unbearable, following my every move.
Is there any possibility of any announcement of your marriage in the near future? Can you tell me?
He sat me down and he said, "Will you marry me?" I thought the whole thing was hysterical, getting married. It was so grown-up. And here was Diana, a kindergarten teacher. I mean, the whole thing was ridiculous.
The public is unaware that after a decade of marriage, Diana's relationship with Prince Charles is in tatters.
I once heard him on the telephone saying, "Whatever happens, I'll always love you." And I told him I'd listened at the door. We had a filthy row.
Most of this unique series of interviews has never been broadcast before. They show Diana's state of mind at one of her lowest points of her marriage and represent one side of the story. Her side of the story.
And I realized I had taken on an enormous role, but I had no idea what I was going into. But no idea.
Diana: In Her Own Words