Queen told Princess Diana 'Charles is hopeless' after he demanded a mistress

New recordings of her interview with voice coach Peter Settelen reveal Diana's sex life with her husband Prince Charles.

"The excerpts from the tapes recorded with Peter Settelen have never been shown before on British television and are an important historical source", Channel Four said in a statement.

During Diana and Charles' 15-year marriage - they Wednesday in 1981 and separated in 1992 - Charles had a love affair with his now-wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.

He is thought to have contacted Channel 4 on behalf of the Spencer family warning that broadcasting the tapes would cause distress to her sons, Princes William and Harry, according to reports.

It is almost 20 years since Diana, princess of Wales, died in a auto crash in Paris but her hold over popular imagination is as fresh as ever: a documentary to be shown on August 6 with previously unseen footage of her has sparked a row over privacy.

And nothing was more shocking than the time in Diana's life when she was bingeing and purging during her bulimia disorder.

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Diana was so distraught over the affair that she reportedly went to her mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II, for advice. "I'm coming to you, what do I do?' And she said 'I don't recognize what you ought to do, '" Diana said. "He chatted me up", Diana said.

There are concerns that the opening up in an ITV documentary by Princes William and Harry about their mother may have encouraged other media outlets to attempt more intrusive films about Diana.

The recorded tapes of Diana's session with Mr Settelen were returned to his keeping in 2004 after a lengthy dispute with Diana's family, headed by Earl Spencer, who said the footage belonged to them.

"He wasn't consistent with his courting abilities", she said.

After five years of her marriage with Prince Charles, she believed her marriage was "loveless".

He also stressed they would not be authorising any "friends" to speak out against the documentary Diana: In Her Own Words on their behalf.

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Diana said in the recordings that the couple had sex "once every three weeks" but that their sex life dried up long before the tapes were recorded in 1992-93. "It was clear to all those who knew her that the bulimia was a reaction to the circumstances she found herself in".

She also revealed that she and Charles only met 13 times before their wedding.

It has been publicly condemned by Diana's close friend Rosa Monckton, who has said: "I think it's completely inappropriate that they are being shown publicly".

This year points the 20 commemoration of Diana's passing in a Paris auto collision on August 31, 1997, which was trailed by an overflowing of melancholy in Britain and past.

After meeting Charles a few years earlier and not being swayed by the royal presence, she initially changed her mind at the barbecue.

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