It is no secret to anyone that the marriage they had Lady Di and the current King of England, Charles III, was one of the most stormy and scandalous of royalty, and an affair between her and his best friend is uncovered.
And it is that much has been said that the culprit of the relationship of William and Harry’s parents did not work was from the current queen consort, Camilla Parker Bowles, but also Diana Spencer had her stories.
However, the world has come to the conclusion that former princess of wales She turned to other men due to depression and the poor treatment and little rapprochement she had with her husband.
That is why, thanks to the press and different series and movies, the men who enjoyed the company of known as the “Princess of the people”.
What is a fact is that very few were aware that the princess had a fleeting romance with one of the best friends of the King of England, and this is what you should know.
The love story of Lady Di and the best friend of Carlos III, Oliver Hoare
It was in the 90’s when Oliver Hoare caught the attention of the British public after it began to be rumored that he was one of Lady Di’s lovers, despite the fact that he was a close friend of King Carlos III.
According to several theories, they point out that at the time of Diana Princess Rebellion, and after realizing he was a victim of the British Monarchy, the ex-wife of the current king began to have a relationship with the art dealer.
As expected, the English press did not hesitate to ensure that within royalty they saw him on one occasion naked, behind a tree at the middle of the night, trying to hide from the security guards.
Later it was revealed that the way in which the two had their meetings, was that Diana put Oliver in the trunk of your car to enter the Buckingham Palace with her, without anyone there noticing.
It is important to remember that it was the same Diana Spencer who through the interview he had in 1995, claimed that she was calling him Oliver Hoare for approximately six to nine months, but at no time did he consider it to be an obsession.