HINT: This person and Barbara Cartland had in common, Acid Raine.
The answer is after the JUMP.
At the time of her marriage to the Prince of Wales, a steady diet of gossip columns and slick romance novels meant Diana was ill-prepared for the day after happily-ever-after. Writes Tina Brown in The Diana Chronicles, “[Diana’s] addiction to romance novels became a diabetes of the soul, leaving her spiritual bloodstream permanently polluted with saccharine.” Had Diana read Edith Wharton or Oscar Wilde, she might have understood that her fairy tale romance was actually an Edwardian comedy of manners and resolved to make the best of it. Instead, her story became a melodramatic tragedy.