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Simone Simmons and Princess Diana

Posted by Zamir Ben Etzioni on July 31, 2017

I’ve considered Simone Simmons to be a very special friend for close to twenty years.
More importantly, of course, is her friendship with Princess Di. Paul Burell, the man who Princess Diana called called ‘my rock’ and ‘the only man I can trust’ said that not only was Simone Simmons Di’s spiritual advisor, “she was her closest friend in the world.”
She has appeared on all of the cable talk shows, and on a recent trip to America, (she resides in London) she graciously answered questions informing the media’s still deep interest in the Late Princess.
Simone is also an indefatigable defender of the Middle Easts only Democracy, Israel.
She has been a hero of mine for a long time.
I said to her once, “Simone, it is such an honor to know you.”
She replied, “Michael, it’s an honor to know YOU.”
And I believed that she meant it.
That’s the kind of person she is, she treated me, a humble man, the same way she treated Sir Lawrence Olivier, the same way she treated Diana.
The book is fascinating, you feel like you know the “People’s Princess” after reading Simone’s intimate biography.
Frankly, I wasn’t a Di “fan”. I was a Simone Simmons fan, so I read her book and BECAME a fan of the incredible human being that was Princess Diana.
<i>Michael F. Blackburn, Sr.</i>
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I’ve considered Simone Simmons to be a very special friend for close to twenty years.
More importantly, of course, is her friendship with Princess Di. Paul Burell, the man who Princess Diana called called ‘my rock’ and ‘the only man I can trust’ said that not only was Simone Simmons Di’s spiritual advisor, “she was her closest friend in the world.”
She has appeared on all of the cable talk shows, and on a recent trip to America, (she resides in London) she graciously answered questions informing the media’s still deep interest in the Late Princess.
Simone is also an indefatigable defender of the Middle Easts only Democracy, Israel.
She has been a hero of mine for a long time.
I said to her once, “Simone, it is such an honor to know you.”
She replied, “Michael, it’s an honor to know YOU.”
And I believed that she meant it.
That’s the kind of person she is, she treated me, a humble man, the same way she treated Sir Lawrence Olivier, the same way she treated Diana.
The book is fascinating, you feel like you know the “People’s Princess” after reading Simone’s intimate biography.
Frankly, I wasn’t a Di “fan”. I was a Simone Simmons fan, so I read her book and BECAME a fan of the incredible human being that was Princess Diana.
<i>Michael F. Blackburn, Sr.</i>
https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B00699P5NI&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_cP-jybS62HBCK
During the last five years of her life, Princess Diana had one friend and confidante who was special to her. She was not part of Diana’s social circle; she was not a family friend. That woman was Simone Simmons, a healer, who devoted herself to the troubled Princess.

Simone formed a unique bond with Diana. They met almost everyday and spent hours on the telephone. Diana opened her heart and mind to Simone, who always told the Princess the unvarnished truth. No subject was taboo, and the two women discussed everything and anything, sharing laughter and tears over cups of chamomile tea. Since Diana appreciated and trusted her friend’s candor, Simone got to know the Princess in a way no one else has ever done. With Simone, Diana felt confident enough to express her true self.

In 1997, Diana told her friend she wanted her to write a book which revealed the truth about her, to “tell it like it is.” This is that book. It is truly the last word.

With her extraordinary insight into Diana’s life, Simone captures the soul of the Princess and creates an intimate and rich portrait of one of the great icons of the 20th Century. In these pages, Simone describes how it really was: who among the royals was good to Diana and who was hateful; her need to be in love and to have an affair; her only fling–with John F. Kennedy, Jr.–at the Carlisle hotel; her real relationship with Paul Burrell; why she inflicted self-harm; how she wanted to move to New York or Los Angeles; how Mother Teresa hurt her; why her relationship with Dodi never would have ended in marriage; and her enduring love for Prince Charles.

Though Diana was extremely insecure, with Simone’s help and work she became strong and learned that she could heal others around her. DIANA–THE LAST WORD is the fascinating story of how she reached that point. It finally settles the unanswered questions of Diana’s life and addresses the many revelations that have materialized since her death.

During the last five years of her life, Princess Diana had one friend and confidante who was special to her. She was not part of Diana’s social circle; she was not a family friend. That woman was Simone Simmons, a healer, who devoted herself to the troubled Princess.

Simone formed a unique bond with Diana. They met almost everyday and spent hours on the telephone. Diana opened her heart and mind to Simone, who always told the Princess the unvarnished truth. No subject was taboo, and the two women discussed everything and anything, sharing laughter and tears over cups of chamomile tea. Since Diana appreciated and trusted her friend’s candor, Simone got to know the Princess in a way no one else has ever done. With Simone, Diana felt confident enough to express her true self.

In 1997, Diana told her friend she wanted her to write a book which revealed the truth about her, to “tell it like it is.” This is that book. It is truly the last word.

With her extraordinary insight into Diana’s life, Simone captures the soul of the Princess and creates an intimate and rich portrait of one of the great icons of the 20th Century. In these pages, Simone describes how it really was: who among the royals was good to Diana and who was hateful; her need to be in love and to have an affair; her only fling–with John F. Kennedy, Jr.–at the Carlisle hotel; her real relationship with Paul Burrell; why she inflicted self-harm; how she wanted to move to New York or Los Angeles; how Mother Teresa hurt her; why her relationship with Dodi never would have ended in marriage; and her enduring love for Prince Charles.

Though Diana was extremely insecure, with Simone’s help and work she became strong and learned that she could heal others around her. DIANA–THE LAST WORD is the fascinating story of how she reached that point. It finally settles the unanswered questions of Diana’s life and addresses the many revelations that have materialized since her death.

I’ve considered Simone Simmons to be a very special friend for close to twenty years.
More importantly, of course, is her friendship with Princess Di. Paul Burell, the man who Princess Diana called called ‘my rock’ and ‘the only man I can trust’ said that not only was Simone Simmons Di’s spiritual advisor, “she was her closest friend in the world.”
She has appeared on all of the cable talk shows, and on a recent trip to America, (she resides in London) she graciously answered questions informing the media’s still deep interest in the Late Princess.
Simone is also an indefatigable defender of the Middle Easts only Democracy, Israel.
She has been a hero of mine for a long time.
I said to her once, “Simone, it is such an honor to know you.”
She replied, “Michael, it’s an honor to know YOU.”
And I believed that she meant it.
That’s the kind of person she is, she treated me, a humble man, the same way she treated Sir Lawrence Olivier, the same way she treated Diana.
The book is fascinating, you feel like you know the “People’s Princess” after reading Simone’s intimate biography.
Frankly, I wasn’t a Di “fan”. I was a Simone Simmons fan, so I read her book and BECAME a fan of the incredible human being that was Princess Diana.
<i>Michael F. Blackburn, Sr.</i>
https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B00699P5NI&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_cP-jybS62HBCK
During the last five years of her life, Princess Diana had one friend and confidante who was special to her. She was not part of Diana’s social circle; she was not a family friend. That woman was Simone Simmons, a healer, who devoted herself to the troubled Princess.

Simone formed a unique bond with Diana. They met almost everyday and spent hours on the telephone. Diana opened her heart and mind to Simone, who always told the Princess the unvarnished truth. No subject was taboo, and the two women discussed everything and anything, sharing laughter and tears over cups of chamomile tea. Since Diana appreciated and trusted her friend’s candor, Simone got to know the Princess in a way no one else has ever done. With Simone, Diana felt confident enough to express her true self.

In 1997, Diana told her friend she wanted her to write a book which revealed the truth about her, to “tell it like it is.” This is that book. It is truly the last word.

With her extraordinary insight into Diana’s life, Simone captures the soul of the Princess and creates an intimate and rich portrait of one of the great icons of the 20th Century. In these pages, Simone describes how it really was: who among the royals was good to Diana and who was hateful; her need to be in love and to have an affair; her only fling–with John F. Kennedy, Jr.–at the Carlisle hotel; her real relationship with Paul Burrell; why she inflicted self-harm; how she wanted to move to New York or Los Angeles; how Mother Teresa hurt her; why her relationship with Dodi never would have ended in marriage; and her enduring love for Prince Charles.

Though Diana was extremely insecure, with Simone’s help and work she became strong and learned that she could heal others around her. DIANA–THE LAST WORD is the fascinating story of how she reached that point. It finally settles the unanswered questions of Diana’s life and addresses the many revelations that have materialized since her death.

During the last five years of her life, Princess Diana had one friend and confidante who was special to her. She was not part of Diana’s social circle; she was not a family friend. That woman was Simone Simmons, a healer, who devoted herself to the troubled Princess.

Simone formed a unique bond with Diana. They met almost everyday and spent hours on the telephone. Diana opened her heart and mind to Simone, who always told the Princess the unvarnished truth. No subject was taboo, and the two women discussed everything and anything, sharing laughter and tears over cups of chamomile tea. Since Diana appreciated and trusted her friend’s candor, Simone got to know the Princess in a way no one else has ever done. With Simone, Diana felt confident enough to express her true self.

In 1997, Diana told her friend she wanted her to write a book which revealed the truth about her, to “tell it like it is.” This is that book. It is truly the last word.

With her extraordinary insight into Diana’s life, Simone captures the soul of the Princess and creates an intimate and rich portrait of one of the great icons of the 20th Century. In these pages, Simone describes how it really was: who among the royals was good to Diana and who was hateful; her need to be in love and to have an affair; her only fling–with John F. Kennedy, Jr.–at the Carlisle hotel; her real relationship with Paul Burrell; why she inflicted self-harm; how she wanted to move to New York or Los Angeles; how Mother Teresa hurt her; why her relationship with Dodi never would have ended in marriage; and her enduring love for Prince Charles.

Though Diana was extremely insecure, with Simone’s help and work she became strong and learned that she could heal others around her. DIANA–THE LAST WORD is the fascinating story of how she reached that point. It finally settles the unanswered questions of Diana’s life and addresses the many revelations that have materialized since her death.

During the last five years of her life, Princess Diana had one friend and confidante who was special to her. She was not part of Diana’s social circle; she was not a family friend. That woman was Simone Simmons, a healer, who devoted herself to the troubled Princess.

Simone formed a unique bond with Diana. They met almost everyday and spent hours on the telephone. Diana opened her heart and mind to Simone, who always told the Princess the unvarnished truth. No subject was taboo, and the two women discussed everything and anything, sharing laughter and tears over cups of chamomile tea. Since Diana appreciated and trusted her friend’s candor, Simone got to know the Princess in a way no one else has ever done. With Simone, Diana felt confident enough to express her true self.

In 1997, Diana told her friend she wanted her to write a book which revealed the truth about her, to “tell it like it is.” This is that book. It is truly the last word.

With her extraordinary insight into Diana’s life, Simone captures the soul of the Princess and creates an intimate and rich portrait of one of the great icons of the 20th Century. In these pages, Simone describes how it really was: who among the royals was good to Diana and who was hateful; her need to be in love and to have an affair; her only fling–with John F. Kennedy, Jr.–at the Carlisle hotel; her real relationship with Paul Burrell; why she inflicted self-harm; how she wanted to move to New York or Los Angeles; how Mother Teresa hurt her; why her relationship with Dodi never would have ended in marriage; and her enduring love for Prince Charles.

Though Diana was extremely insecure, with Simone’s help and work she became strong and learned that she could heal others around her. DIANA–THE LAST WORD is the fascinating story of how she reached that point. It finally settles the unanswered questions of Diana’s life and addresses the many revelations that have materialized since her death.

During the last five years of her life, Princess Diana had one friend and confidante who was special to her. She was not part of Diana’s social circle; she was not a family friend. That woman was Simone Simmons, a healer, who devoted herself to the troubled Princess.

Simone formed a unique bond with Diana. They met almost everyday and spent hours on the telephone. Diana opened her heart and mind to Simone, who always told the Princess the unvarnished truth. No subject was taboo, and the two women discussed everything and anything, sharing laughter and tears over cups of chamomile tea. Since Diana appreciated and trusted her friend’s candor, Simone got to know the Princess in a way no one else has ever done. With Simone, Diana felt confident enough to express her true self.

In 1997, Diana told her friend she wanted her to write a book which revealed the truth about her, to “tell it like it is.” This is that book. It is truly the last word.

With her extraordinary insight into Diana’s life, Simone captures the soul of the Princess and creates an intimate and rich portrait of one of the great icons of the 20th Century. In these pages, Simone describes how it really was: who among the royals was good to Diana and who was hateful; her need to be in love and to have an affair; her only fling–with John F. Kennedy, Jr.–at the Carlisle hotel; her real relationship with Paul Burrell; why she inflicted self-harm; how she wanted to move to New York or Los Angeles; how Mother Teresa hurt her; why her relationship with Dodi never would have ended in marriage; and her enduring love for Prince Charles.

Though Diana was extremely insecure, with Simone’s help and work she became strong and learned that she could heal others around her. DIANA–THE LAST WORD is the fascinating story of how she reached that point. It finally settles the unanswered questions of Diana’s life and addresses the many revelations that have materialized since her death.

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