Princess Diana finally realized that she has had enough of Prince Charles during one surprising moment in their relationship.

In the Amazon Prime documentary “The Story of Diana,” Vivienne Parry, Princess Diana’s charity partner, said that the detonation of the Diana bomb started after Prince Charles tried to show himself in a better light following his scandalous affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. “That was the documentary about Charles made by Jonathan Dimbleby,” she said.

The June 1994 interview was supposed to show Prince Charles positively two years after his separation from the Princess of Wales. However, it had a different effect. Dimbleby asked the future king if he tried to be faithful and honorable to his wife when he took the vow of marriage, and he said yes. However, Prince Charles added, “Until it became irretrievably broken down.”

This statement reportedly made Princess Diana realize that she needed to have a voice again. Elizabeth Vargas, a news anchor for ABC, said that if Princess Diana wanted to even the score with Prince Charles, she would have done it because she knew how to use the media to do that.

Following the interview, Princess Diana attended an event at an art gallery looking like a million dollars. She strolled straight towards the cameras looking as though she was unfazed by her ex-husband’s interview. The mom of two also used fashion as an extremely efficient weapon.

Arthur Edwards, a royal photographer, said that everyone wanted to capture a photo of Princess Diana that time. And the next day, some people expected that Prince Charles’ affair with Camilla will make headlines in the newspapers. However, it was the Princess of Wales that made frontpage news because of the little black dress she wore to the event.

Princess Diana and Prince Charles tied the knot in 1981, and they separated in 1992. Their divorce was finalized in 1996, and Princess Diana died one year later.

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Princess Diana fought back at Prince Charles after his interview with Jonathan Dimbleby. Pictured: Prince Charles, Princess Diana at Westminster Abbey, London, for a centenary service for the Royal College Of Music, 28th February 1982. Getty Images/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive