The day Lady Di broke a bottle on Prince Charles’s head | People | Entertainment

They were still the happy days of the British royal couple. It happened while visiting a film set.

Royalty has starred in several scandals that have echoed for years and sometimes with actions that we never imagined seeing. For example, can you imagine a princess breaking a bottle on her husband’s head? Well, it happened in 1986 with Princess Diana of Wales.

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The marriage between the young woman and Prince Charles was everything but a fairy tale. After infidelity, mistreatment and lack of love, the break was inevitable, as well as the tragic end of Diana, when the village princess passed away on August 31, 1997. However, the aforementioned incident with the bottle was not a chaotic event or family violence.

The bottle hit occurred prompted by Carlos when they visited the set of the film The Living Days, James Bond, and the producers they allowed members of the royal family to play with the props.

The bottle was made of fake glass. She shyly struck and everyone on set laughed.

In this regard, memes have been made and several Internet users share gifs on social networks.

Watch the full scene below:

Who would have thought in those years that the life of a fairy tale was not so much for Diana, who married very young with the British heir, who was 12 years apart. Their marriage lasted from July 29, 1981 until their official divorce on August 28, 1996, although they had been separated since 1992. ABoth had their children Guillermo, born in 1982, and Enrique, born in 1984.

Born as Diana Frances Spencer, also from a family of ancestry, after her marriage to Prince Charles she obtained the following titles: Princess of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duchess of Rothesay, Countess of Chester, Countess of Carrick, Baroness of Renfrew and Lady of the Isles. Tafter her divorce she retained the title of Princess of Wales, being the mother of the third in the line of succession to the throne. (E)

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