People: Bryan Adams talks Princess Diana

People: Bryan Adams talks Princess Diana

The Canadian musician once met Princess Diana in person on a plane. It shouldn’t just be this one encounter, as he says.

The musician Bryan Adams (64) spoke in an interview about his encounters with the British Princess Diana. “I really liked Diana,” he told the Sunday Times newspaper. She was a great woman and inspiration. “Meeting her was truly one of the greatest things that ever happened to me,” Adams (“Summer of ’69,” “Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?”) said, according to the newspaper.

The Canadian musician once recorded a song called “Diana.” For example, the text said: “The day that he married you, I almost lost my mind.” Then he continued singing, “Diana, what are you doing with a guy like that?”

Later he was Diana, who used to be married to the current King Charles III. was married, was introduced on an airplane. “I said, ‘I used your name in a song once,'” Adams said. “And Diana said: ‘Yes, I know, very funny.'” She wanted to hear the song again. He then sent a recording to Kensington Palace and was invited to tea. “That’s how we became friends,” Adams said. Over time he learned what was really going on in her life.

Charles and Diana separated in 1992. In 1997 she died in a car accident in Paris. Isn’t it astonishing that he seemed to have foreseen her misfortune with the song? The text was just silly humor, Adams told the newspaper. The song was inspired by a man who once broke into Queen Elizabeth II’s bedroom. After Diana’s death, he withdrew the song out of respect for her and her sons.

Source: Stern

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