Diana was the girl who was meant to be a boy. The third daughter - loved, to be sure, but a disappointment to her parents nonetheless - Diana turned to her new nanny, Mary Clarke, for comfort. This book contains Mary Clarke's memories of the Princess of Wales as a child.
Diana was the girl who was meant to be a boy. The third daughter - loved, to be sure - but a disappointment to her parents, nonetheless. The Earl and Countess Spencer separated as soon as a male heir to Althorp was born. Diana was an abandoned and bewildered child - she had already locked one nanny in the loo and thrown another's clothes on the roof. But she turned gladly to her new nanny, Mary Clarke, who became more of a mother to the vulnerable girl than anyone. In this memoir, Mark Clarke describes the girl who became the Prince of Wales's sweetheart and then the world's.
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