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Metropolitan Police chief Sir John Stevens will report on the findings at an inquest due to open next year. "Diana: "No, I didn't dare."Settelen: "Were you frightened? we met 13 times before we got married."'The other lady'According to sources who have viewed the tape, Diana also talks at length about how Charles dated her sister, now Lady Sarah Mc Corquodale, before he turned his attentions to her.
In the video, Diana describes Mannakee's death as "the biggest blow of my life", saying: "It was all found out and he was chucked out. She also mentions Mrs Parker Bowles on several occasions, although she never refers to her by name - just 'the other lady'.
Settelen gave the videos to Diana for her watch in private.
But after her death they disappeared from her apartment at Kensington Palace.
Earl Spencer said his sister would not have wanted it and told officials of his objection, adding: "Eventually I was lied to and told they wanted to do it, which of course they didn't but I didn't realise that." It was the feeling of walking behind Diana's coffin which Earl Spencer described as the "worst part of the day by a considerable margin".
He said: "The feeling, the sort of absolute crashing tidal wave of grief coming at you as you went down this sort of tunnel of deep emotion, it was really harrowing and I still have nightmares about it now.
The Earl said he understood the Queen believed he had "every right to say whatever he felt" and recalled keeping the speech secret to prevent anyone else having a say in it.
The most remarkable - and potentially embarrassing - segment comes when Diana begins to talk in intimate detail about her extra-marital affairs. I don't go back again if I don't get it the first time around."'Are you in love?Asked if the Queen or anyone else said anything to him about the speech, Earl Spencer replied: "Somebody I know very well said to her 'What do you think?' and she said 'He had every right to say whatever he felt, it was his sister's funeral'.So that's all." Earl Spencer said the highly personal nature of the eulogy meant he wanted to "protect it before delivering it" so no-one else could have a say in it.Previously-unseen interviews of Princess Diana recalling intimate details of her marriage to Prince Charles are to be aired for the first time on television.