With the 10th anniversary of her death just over 13 months away, publishing houses are apparently not wasting any time as numerous accurate and inaccurate works are planned for release, the Independent reported.
Getting in on the action are CNN's Larry King and the former editor of the New Yorker, Tina Brown, who each are writing about their memories and the history of one of the 20th century's most intriguing women, the newspaper said.
Last week, the princess' family was dealt an emotional blow when the Italian magazine Chi featured a photograph of an injured Diana after her 1997 car crash in Paris.
The Independent said that with so many new works now due for publication and numerous Diana documentaries being produced, royal family members are forced to wait for the ensuing media avalanche to unearth their past.
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