File - In this Wednesday, June 20, 1990 file photo, Britain's Princess Diana and Prince Charles, take shelter under an umbrella while attending the second day of the Royal Ascot horse race meet near London. (AP Photo/Martyn Hayhow)
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A British television channel Monday defended its decision to broadcast recordings of Princess Diana candidly discussing her personal life, after some royal watchers called it a betrayal of the late princess' privacy. Channel 4 said the videotapes, made in the early 1990s, are an "important historical source" and place Diana "front and center" in her own story as Britain marks 20 years since her unexpected death.The theft case was later abandoned and Diana's family tried to make a legal claim to the recordings, but they were returned to Settelen in 2004 .
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