Mother’s small breast ‘ruined life’ for 14-year-old Prince William

Mother's small breast 'ruined life' for 14-year-old Prince William

The head of The Nast Britain, Nicholas Coleridge, spoke about the reaction of the British Prince William to a photo of the naked breast of his mother, Princess Diana. This is reported by the Daily Mail.
Coleridge’s forthcoming memoir mentions his meeting with Diana in 1996. They dined in the midst of the scandal that erupted after photos of Diana appeared in the British tabloids on holiday in Spain. The paparazzi managed to remove her with bare breasts.

She told Coleridge that she had received a call from her son, 14-year-old Prince William, who was studying at Eton College at the time. “He was so indignant,” the princess complained. He says he’s being teased by guys. They think my breasts are too small. How do you think I have too little breasts?”

Coleridge claims to have blushed like a Royal Guard uniform and assured Diana that she had nothing to worry about.

Princess Diana of Wales died in a car accident in Paris on 31 August 1997, when she was 36 years old. From 1981 to 1996, she was the wife of Prince Charles. Diana was active in charity and peacekeeping, which made her popular in the UK and around the world. One of the reasons for her divorce from Charles was the Prince’s relationship with Camilla Parker-Bowles.

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In 2018, the Daily Mail published images of Prince Harry’s room in the Eton College dormitory taken 17 years ago. On its wall hung posters with half-naked girls in bikinis and a photo of American actress Halle Berry, and on the table stood a black and white portrait of Princess Diana.