What could have been!
On the anniversary of Princess Diana's death, her former voice coach Stewart Pearce shared that the mom-of-two had dreams of moving to Los Angeles to pursue a job in showbiz.
However, the late royal wasn't interested in being a movie star, as Pearce claimed she actually wanted to work behind the camera.
"[Acting] is something that Diana was not interested in, not at all. You can see how emphatic I am," he told the Daily Mail. "Although she was an aficionado and keen enthusiast about the performing arts, particularly dance, [acting] was not something she saw as being her new creative trajectory.”
"One of the major opportunities that she wanted to create was to start developing documentaries about three charitable interests that would then be assimilated into major movie pictures," he continued. "She was planning on spending a lot of time in Hollywood."
For years, the Princess of Wales couldn't follow her passion since she was preoccupied with her royal duties, but once her divorce from Prince Charles was finalized in 1996, she started to get the ball rolling.
"The point was that Diana was really beginning to explore her creative power," Pearce stated.
"Everything she did was signed with the autograph of excellence, meaning she consulted the right people," he explained. "It was all about the highest echelon of opinions that could be maintained for the greatest project management."
“So I know whomever she employed or worked in liaison with it would have been an excellent standard moving towards the possibility of an award-winning status. There is no doubt," Pearce noted. "She was all full of the action of co-creativity.”
The voice coach also claimed that Diana planned to bring sons Prince William and Prince Harry with her if she moved to California.
As we all know, the People's Princess was never able to make her dream a reality, as she died in a car accident in 1997.