Princess Diana tried to slash her wrists weeks after her wedding


Diana was so unhappy in the couple of weeks after her fairy tale wedding with Prince Charles that she tried to cut her wrists, as per the transcripts of secret tapes of the popular princess.

The stun disclosures were made in a book about her battles with depression, life with Charles and his lover Camilla.

“I was so depressed, and I was trying to cut my wrists with razor blades,” The Princess of Wales is cited as saying.

The “suicide” tapes – are accepted to have recorded in 1991 with the help of a companion – and have stayed secret for 20 years, The Sun announced.

But they are now being used as a part of a republished version of Andrew Morton’s book: Diana-Her True Story.

Diana in the tapes tells how life turned into a misery after life in Balmoral amid their special night.

“I got terribly, terribly thin. Individuals began commenting: ‘Your bones are showing.’ By October (1981) I was in very bad manner,” she said.

“I was so depressed, and I was attempting to cut my wrists with razor blades. It rained and rained and rained. I came down early (to London) to look for treatment, not because I hated Balmoral, but because I was in such a bad way.

“I was so depressed, and I was trying to cut my wrists with razor blades,” she was cited as saying.

In the first book Morton had uncovered the suicide attempts – however had quoted “friends”.

Presently the new release uncovers that it was Diana who had talked truly about how rapidly the marriage had fallen apart.

She likewise uncovers how she continued searching for Camilla Parker Bowles, her love rival, even as she strolled down the aisle at her wedding.

“As I strolled up the aisle, I was searching for Camilla. I knew she was in there.

“I had a very bad fit of bulimia the night before. I ate all that I could possibly find which amused my sister (Jane) because she was remaining at Clarence House with me.

“On the day, there was great anticipation. Happiness because the crowds lightened you – yet I don’t think I was upbeat.”

Diana said she was in love with Charles and “couldn’t take my eyes off him”.

“I just completely thought I was the luckiest girl on the planet. He would care for me. Well, was I wrong on that assumption!

“So strolling down the aisle, I spotted Camilla – pale grey, veiled pillbox hat, saw it all, her child Tom remaining on a chair. To this day, you know – vivid memory,” she was citing as saying.

On her special night she uncovers she suffered “appalling dreams”, including: “At night, I dreamt of Camilla the entire time.

“I was obsessed by Camilla completely. I didn’t trust (Charles) – thought every five minutes he was ringing her up, asking how to handle his marriage.”

Diana remained the object of worldwide media scrutiny amid and after her marriage, which ended in separation on August 28, 1996. She was murdered in a car crash in Paris in August 1997 at 36 years old along with Dodi Fayed.