Heartbreaking Christmas Letter from Princess Diana to be Auctioned for Charity

A letter written by the late Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, has been published and will be included in an auction of letters and cards sent to close friends, Susie and Tarek Kassem.

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In the letter, Princess Diana wrote about her holiday plans for Christmas 1996 and joked about "topping" herself if she were to spend the holiday in England, according to reports.

The letter is one of 32 items from Princess Diana to the Kassems, with a portion of the proceeds from the auction being donated to charitable organizations supported by the Princess.

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According to Mimi Connell Lay, of Lay Auctioneers in Penzance, Cornwall, the Christmas 1996 letter is considered heartbreaking, given the tragic events that would later occur in 1997.

It is noted that Princess Diana struggled with the obligation to spend Christmas at Sandringham House and the line about "topping" herself is considered to be a lighthearted remark.

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The Kassems have decided to sell the letters as they feel owning such valuable items is a great responsibility and they do not wish to pass it on to their children and grandchildren.

The notes are expected to fetch approximately £90,000 and will be sold individually.

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