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Princess Diana's Former Boss Auctions Off Personal Letters

Friday, 10 Jun 2011 02:53 PM

The world will now be able to gain an intimate view into the early years of Princess Diana’s marriage to Prince Charles, mainly known for its ultimate demise.

Margaret Hodge, Diana’s friend and former boss at London’s Young England Kindergarten, will be auctioning off a collection of 13 handwritten letters from Diana sent to Hodge between 1981 and 1992. The letters are set to be sold in Colchester, England, for 10,000 to 15,000 euros.

Letters that Hodge received following Diana’s 1981 wedding detail a romantic bond between Prince Charles and herself. She warmly refers to her husband as her “other half” and describes long walks taken together. Photos of Diana and Charles as well as of their sons Harry and William will be auctioned off along with the personal letters on June 21.

The auction is sure to garner attention, as an eraser belonging to the Princess attracted bids as high as 700 pounds in 2009.

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