A game changing book that sold millions of copies on its publication in 1992 and millions more at Diana’s death in 1997. Much rubbished on its publication by ‘the Establishment’, it turned out that Diana had collaborated extensively with Andrew Morton and that this was, indeed, her true story. Not a literary masterpiece, but packed with details about Diana’s unhappy and unfulfilled life. Essentially an old-fashioned, massive, book-length scoop. It changed the British monarchy and, arguably, Britain.