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Princess Diana’s love letters offered for $1.5 million

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Princess Diana’s intimate love letters to James Hewitt are being put up for sale in the US in what is being called the “ultimate insult” to her memory.

Princess Diana’s love letters

A US auction house has lined up a wealthy collector to buy 64 notes worth up to $1 million (AUD$1.5m) – raising fears they could be made public.

Hewitt, now 65, a former army officer, had previously offered the letters as collateral for a loan of about $1 million.

They are in Diana’s signature script, extremely intimate and would be an embarrassment to the royal family if released.

Ingrid Seward, author of the royal book My Mother and I, said: “James Hewitt betrayed Diana in so many ways, so this is just the final insult.

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“I guess Hewitt is desperate for money and sees value in these letters.

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