Princess Diana had plans to get into the Hollywood business: sources

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

01st Sep, 2021. 12:06 pm
Princess Diana

Princess Diana is being honoured by her brother Charles Spencer, sons and other family members, 24 years after her passing.

She died in a horrifying car crash on August 31, 1997, in Paris, leaving behind her two sons, William and Harry. Princess Diana was just 36 at the time of her death.

“Sad that Diana is not here to enjoy her gorgeous grandchildren,” wrote Diana’s brother in a heartfelt post on Instagram.

The Princess of Wales shared her two sons with ex-husband Prince Charles.

However, according to her former voice coach Stewart Pearce, Diana too had plans of moving to California with her sons and get into the Hollywood business.”There were many offers made to the late royal and she had actually considered taking them up before her life was tragically cut short by the 1997 car crash in Paris,” he said.

“One of the major opportunities that she wanted to create was to start developing documentaries about three charitable interests that would then be assimilated into major movie pictures,” he shared.

“She was planning on spending a lot of time in Hollywood. The point was that Diana was really beginning to explore her creative power,” he went on to say.

“Everything she did was signed with the autograph of excellence, meaning she consulted the right people. It was all about the highest echelon of opinions that could be maintained for the greatest project management,” Pearce told the outlet.

“So I know whomever she employed or worked in liaison with it would have been an excellent standard moving towards the possibility of an award-winning status. There is no doubt. She was all full of the action of co-creativity,” he said.

However, he went on to clarify that Diana strictly wanted to work off-camera and was not interested in becoming a movie star.

“That is something that Diana was not interested in, not at all. You can see how emphatic I am. Although she was an aficionado and keen enthusiast about the performing arts, particularly dance, [acting] was not something she saw as being her new creative trajectory,” he added.

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