The pressures of the public eye
Diana and the Paparazzi, SBS, Sunday at 7.30pm
BETWEEN 1986 and 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales was the most photographed woman on earth.
The world’s newspapers and magazines paid fortunes to get hold of circulation-boosting pictures of her.
Marking the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, Diana and the Paps explores the Princess’ love-hate relationship with the people who courted and hunted her.
It reveals the extent of her dealings with the photographers and reporters who hounded her throughout her entire time in the public eye. Diana’s closest advisors and friends tell stories that have rarely been told before.
Those closest to Diana reveal how she enjoyed using the press to cultivate and cement her brand as the people’s princess.