Prince Charles raged out of frustration when Princess Diana blacked out openly since “II could have passed out quietly somewhere else, behind a door.”
A royal expert Andrew Morton’s autobiography, In Her Own Words. At the time, instead of worrying about the health of his wife, the prince only fixated upon the publicity the incident brought.
In the book, she clarified, “I knew the bulimia started the week after we got engaged. My husband put his hand on my waistline and said: ‘Oh, a bit chubby here, aren’t we?’ and that triggered off something in me- and the Camilla thing, I was desperate, desperate.”
While repeating the whole circumstance added, “It was at the Expo in Canada where I passed out. I remember I had never fainted before in my life.”
“We’d been walking around for four hours, we hadn’t had any food, and presumably, I hadn’t eaten for days beforehand. When I say that, I mean food staying down. I remember walking around, feeling really ghastly. I didn’t dare tell anyone because I thought they’d think I was whining.”
In the advise all book Diana proceeded to state, “My husband told me off. He said I could have passed out quietly somewhere else, behind a door. It was all very embarrassing. My argument was I didn’t know anything about fainting..”
Soon thereafter, despite the fact that Diana needed to rest and recover, Prince Charles wouldn’t respect her request, out of dread of what the general population may accept.
At the time he advised her, “She must go out tonight. Otherwise, there’s going to be a sense of terrific drama, and they are going to think there’s something awfully wrong with her.”