Princess Diana reportedly broke down in tears after a heated interview following her trip to Angola.

During her 1997 visit to the country, the Princess of Wales was seen walking through a minefield in an effort to raise awareness to the importance of mine clearance in the country. Jennie Bond, BBC’s former royal correspondent, said that her trip to Angola with the late royal was one of the most meaningful and most important tours she did.

While speaking with Yahoo’s “The Royal Box,” Bond revealed that Princess Diana was deduced to tears following a heated interview with BBC.

“It was memorable for me because she was heavily criticized by a junior minister in the government for being a loose cannon and for espousing labor policy. And I tackled her about this and she was upset… She gave me an answer but she was very upset and got into her Land Rover after bursting into tears,” she said.

Following the incident, Bond wrote a letter to Princess Diana and told her that she did well in the interview. She also said that the interview will make good headlines across the globe. After reading the letter, Princess Diana forgave Bond.

“Curiously, she came over and said ‘alright, I understand now and it is alright.’ And then she looked at me and said, ‘I told you not to wear yellow – you really shouldn’t wear yellow because it makes your skin look quite sallow… You should wear red,’” Bond recounted.

According to the royal expert, Princess Diana was a complicated lady because of her fiery personality. Bond also said she never really saw the angry side of the Princess of Wales, but she has experienced what it was like to be ignored by her.

One day, Princess Diana and Bond would be chatting over a cup of coffee and she would completely ignore her by walking past her the day after.