Private photos of Princess Diana and King Charles with a three-month-old Prince William are set to be auctioned next month.
The snaps were taken by British Airways boss Baron King at Balmoral in in September 1982 and show Charles cradling his son and the late Diana cuddling the infant.
The photos, which come complete with the original negatives and folder, will be auctioned online at Willingham Auctions in Cambridgeshire on March 4 at 10am.
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Princess Diana tragically died in a car accident in August 1997 in a death that rocked the nation and according to her former butler Paul Burrell, if she was alive, Prince Harry, her youngest son, would not have married Meghan Markle.
Burrell, who served as Diana's butler from 1987 up until her death in 1997, said Harry would have married a "young aristocratic lady from England" rather than the American Markle.
The 64-year-old said: “Had she had her way and if she was still here, Harry wouldn’t be doing what he’d be doing now.
“He probably would’ve married Cressida Bonas or Chelsea Davy, or a young aristocratic lady from England and settled down in the Royal Family, in his routine which he loved.
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“He loved the army, his uniforms, his public service and they would’ve buckled down to it.
“But this is my theory; when he lost his mother aged 11 he was lost, in a wilderness, completely lost until he met a 36-year-old, mature woman who whispered in his ear that she wanted to change the world. He didn’t hear Meghan’s voice, he heard his mother’s voice.
“That’s what changed the game.”
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