Actress and artist Barbara Streisand, 81, came out this week with her memoir My Name is Barbara, which she is said to have worked on for more than two decades.
In her autobiography, she looks back on an adventurous career, and has stated in interviews that she wants to offer readers what she believes is the truth about herself.
One of the moments that Streisand remembers in the book is his meeting with the late Princess Diana in 1992, which left a strong impression on the artist. He writes the people.
The occasion was the London premiere of The Prince of Tides, a film directed by the 81-year-old.
The two women sat next to each other, and in the book, Streisand says the princess saved her from a real wardrobe malfunction.
When she got up to applause after the film screening, it was after she received a little push in the butt from the British princess. According to royal protocol, Diana was supposed to stand first, but she was apparently quick to insist that the star director be made to his feet as well.
It was then that I discovered what would become embarrassing for Streisand.
– The zipper on my skirt slipped while I was sitting, but she noticed it and quickly pulled it up for me when I stood.
When she finally sat down again, Diana turned to me and said, “Do you know how wonderful you are?”
The comment must have come as a shock to Streisand
-I thought Diana was great. I wonder if she knows how wonderful he is she This was what the 81-year-old wrote in his memoirs.
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