Princess Diana tricked Oprah Winfrey at lunch

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07 March 2014

Britain's Princess Diana tricked Oprah Winfrey by letting her eat a high-calorie meal while she was dieting.

Britain's Princess Diana tricked Oprah Winfrey by letting her eat a high-calorie meal. The late princess, who died in a car crash in Paris, France in 1997, met with the talk show host for lunch many years ago and "pulled a fast one" by eating a low-calorie dish, while Oprah, who has struggled with her weight over the years, was served a full-fat mousse. The 36-year-old royal's former chef Darren McGrady revealed: "They were both eating tomato mousses and, after a few mouthfuls, Oprah, another famous dieter, put down her spoon and said, 'Diana, how do you stay so slim eating rich food like this?' The princess replied, 'I just eat small portions and work out'.

'Diana never did tell her the truth'

Darren, who told Richard Mineards, a columnist for the Montecito Journal, admits it "wasn't quite the truth" and Oprah (60) was left in the dark about what really happened.

He said: "Diana had me serve her a fat-free version of the mousse, while Oprah was eating the full-fat dish chock full of mayonnaise, sour cream and heavy cream," adding: "Diana never did tell her the truth," added McGrady.

The princess struggled with bulimia while married to Prince Charles and her eating disorder was revealed in the 1992 book, Diana: Her True Story, written by Andrew Morton. She first battled bulimia in 1981, and sought treatment for the disorder in the late 1980s, after she started to follow a strict diet following comments in the press about her "pudgy" appearance.

-Bang Showbiz

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