On August 31, it will have been 20 years since the world was shocked by Princess Diana’s fatal car accident. In the lead-up to the anniversary of her death, HBO announced plans to air an authorized documentary of her life, told largely through the viewpoint of her sons, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry.
“This film will show Princess Diana in a way she has never been seen before, through the eyes of the two people who knew her best,” said the documentary’s executive producer, Nick Kent. Aside from hearing from Harry and William, the doc will also highlight Diana’s tremendous humanitarian work (including her fight against land mines, homelessness, and AIDS) and feature interviews with many more friends and family members, some of whom have never spoken publicly about her before.
While HBO hasn’t yet set an official release date, you can expect another separate documentary on the People’s Princess to premiere on ABC this August. For the project, the network partnered with People magazine (which featured her on its cover a record 57 times) and is set to include archival footage of Diana along with interviews with “Diana experts.”
And if that’s not enough to satisfy your appetite for Princess Di coverage, then rest easy knowing Ryan Murphy is working on bringing her and Prince Charles’s divorce to the small screen soon. Back in February, FX announced the second season of Feud would center around Diana and Charles’s contentious split, which was filled with allegations of affairs and tell-all televised interviews. No word on who’s playing who yet, but all bets are that this show will end up being just as addictive as Murphy’s critically acclaimed take on the O.J. Simpson trial.
This story originally appeared on Vogue.
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