Mr Paxman told Sun that this was told by the Princess of Wales in 1996, about a year before her death. He said he was connected to the Royal while he was & # 39; talk about their children and so tell him the story. Mr Paxman said: "We talked about our children and she often told William that she did not want to be a King, and then Harry would say," If you are not Want to work I'll have it! ""
The old night reporter was lunch with Diana in Kensington Palace when she was in the morning. tell her the amazing story.
He said: "For a year before she died, her secretary got up and asked me for dinner.
"I do not know why. She was very glamorous, as you can think.
"I thought it was very lonely, indeed."
The University Challenge statementer said the palace was a "jail" as quiet as the Kensington main street.
He told the Princess: "What a strange place this is.
"So it's quiet, and still there is a problem on Kensington High Street. It's just a jail."
But Diana had a different comparison.
She graduated: "This is not a jail, Jeremy. It is more like Coronation Street already.
"As we go out, you'll see all the curtains.
"Who would like to be a Royal?"
Mr Paxman said he believed that the man who loved Charles fell after Diana's division.
He put a shoe on: "Charles was looked at as a prawn scratch in a dirty lead tree."