History Channel to air film on Princess Diana

MUMBAI: She was the world’s most photographed woman, a prisoner of fame from the moment she wed Prince Charles until her tragic death in 1997. This August, The History Channel will air an evening of programming that reflects and remembers the late Diana, Princess of Wales on her 10th death anniversary.


The History Channel will air a two hour-long film titled, Double F: Last Days of a Princess, on 31 August at 9 pm. The film present insights into the private machinations behind Diana’s very public life and is a dramatic recreation of the final days of Diana’s life and the circumstances of her death. 


The special programme on Princess Diana provides a gripping look at the death of one of 20th Century’s greatest icons, also known as ‘People’s Princess’.


Interviews, including eye-witnesses speaking on record for the first time, are blended with full-scale drama in the two-hour movie, Double F: Last Days of a Princess.