The claim that that Donald Trump stalked Princess Diana conjures up visions of the real estate mogul crouching in doorways and sneaking up to windows. To say that Trump wanted Princess Diana as his “trophy wife,” also appears to be an attempt to put Trump in a negative light. Spinning these accusations out of the real estate mogul allegedly sending the Princess flowers sounds like one heck of a stretch.
Sending the famous Princess flowers and signing your name to the card so that she knows who sent them, doesn’t sound too much like stalking. According to Us Magazine on August 17, Trump made no secret that he fancied Princess Diana, he even mention this in his 1997 book “The Art of the Comeback.” Trump writes:
“I only have one regret in the women department — that I never had the opportunity to court Lady Diana Spencer. I met her on a number of occasions,” he wrote. “I couldn’t help but notice how she moved people. She lit up the room with her charm, her presence. She was a genuine princess — a dream lady.”
With Donald Trump as the front-runner of the Republican Party for the White House bid, folks are coming out of the woodwork with less than stellar reports on the real estate mogul’s past behaviors. The latest accusations are coming from one of his biggest critics across the pond, the former BBC journalist Selina Scott.
The journalist claims that Diana invited her to dinner for the reason of talking about Trump’s advances, which the Princess found disturbing, claims Scott. She claims Diana confided in her that Trump sent her flowers and that he gave the Princess “the creeps.” Scott’s allegations appeared in an article which appeared in The Sunday Times this week.
Yahoo News reports that Scott claims Trump looked at Diana as the “ultimate trophy wife.” It is not clear how Scott got this bit of information because she was involved in a long-time feud with the New Yorker, and chances are this was not something Trump would tell this journalist. From all reports Scott is one of his die-hard critics.
Scott conveyed in a recent article for The Sunday Times: “As the roses and orchids piled up at her apartment she became increasingly concerned about what she should do. It had begun to feel as if Trump was stalking her.”
Anyone who follows the royals knows that those alleged flowers could easily have been refused at the gate, it is not as if delivery people had direct access to Diana. That is if this was even the case that Trump saturated her with flowers. Trump joined a long line of rich and famous men who were infatuated with Diana at the time. When the Princess died she was dating Dodi Fayed, the Egyptian billionaire who died alongside of her in that horrendous Paris car-crash.