A controversial new comic book has been released, following the life of the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

Female Force: Princess Diana features illustrations of the Queen, the Prince of Wales, and Princes William and Harry as it charts the late princess's public life and death.
The comic includes memorable events from the life of a woman that Darren Davis, the head of publisher Bluewater Comics, described as "the admirable British icon who won hearts around the world as a princess, public figure, philanthropist and parent".

The book, which portrays the late princess in a favourable light, does not flinch from portraying the more painful private moments of her life, including references to Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and her relationship with the Prince of Wales. The comic includes a reference to an intimate phone conversation between the Prince of Wales and his then mistress.Martin Bashir's interview with the princess is illustrated with a speech bubble coming from Diana's mouth, reading: "There were three of us in this marriage. So it was a bit crowded." The comic presents a glowing image of the late princess, calling her "a modern British icon" and an "admirable woman". But the Royal Family is described as "stoic" and the Prince of Wales's "post-divorce love life" is called a "half-hearted cloak and dagger attempt to conceal his relationship with his long-time mistress Camilla Parker-Bowles." The comic provides graphic interpretations of the announcement of Diana's engagement to Prince Charles and their lavish wedding. It also features illustrations of the last days of the princess's life, including her death in Paris. Bluewater Productions' Female Force monthly biography comic series, which focuses on women who are popular and influential in the political realm, has also included comics on Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of John F. Kennedy, Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska, and Oprah Winfrey, the US talkshow host.

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