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Prince Charles is said to be bracing himself for more Princess Diana revelations in a brand new Netflix documentary based on her unheard audio tapes.
The online streaming service is releasing a sequel to Diana: In Her Own Words to commemorate the 25th anniversary of her death in 2022.
Film maker Tom Jennings has claimed that he has seven hours of unheard recordings made by Diana for biographer Andrew Morton for his book Diana: Her True Story, which released in 1992.
Tom told Daily Mail: "There are seven hours of tapes that Diana made for Morton. We wound up in our two-hour film only using about one hour of them.
"We're talking quite a bit about doing something for next year, which the 25th anniversary of Diana's passing and also coincidentally it's the 30th anniversary of Andrew Morton's book."
In the first documentary, which was released in 2017, Diana opened up about her "greatest love", as well as her struggles with an eating disorder and her failed marriage to Prince Charles.
Netflix re-released the documentary last year following shocking scenes which aired on The Crown.
The sequel comes after it was revealed that Prince Harry may not come back to the UK for her statue unveiling in July.
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His return is said to be in "serious doubt" according to a royal expert.
Phil Dampier, author of Royally Suited: Harry and Meghan In Their Own Words, told The Sun Online: "I personally don't think Meghan will return to the UK.
"And there must now be a serious doubt as to whether Harry will come over for the unveiling of a statue for Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday in July."
It was previously claimed that Harry, 36, would indeed be present at the unveiling of his mother's statue.
Royal biographer Omid Scobie wrote for Bazaar Online: "He will join William at Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden for a ceremony that was rescheduled from summer 2020."
The Duke of Sussex, who 'privately congratulated' Prince William and Kate Middleton on their tenth wedding anniversary, recently visited the UK for his grandfather Prince Philip's funeral on 17 April.
All eyes were on the dad-of-one, as he reunited with his family after reports of rifts with his family members.
Despite concerns being shown about how Harry and his brother Prince William, 38, would be around one another, the siblings were seen chatting and walking together.
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