Cheffins of Cambridge offered an auction of Royal Memorabilia last week. The memorabilia was the property of the Chief steward of Buckingham Palace, who worked with the crown for about 50 years. In the collection were some more commonplace items like gold cufflinks and framed pictures, but it was the private letters from members of the royal family that drew the most attention.
The Collection, which also included some cake from the Queens wedding.
There was a particular buzz about the letters from Princess Diana. In them, it's pretty clear that she didn't see Cyril as just the Chief Steward, but as a friend. She was known as "The People's Princess" for a reason.
In one letter, she gushes about the birth of her son and how humbled she is by the reaction from the public. In another, she talks about the princes' experiences at school. It turns out, Prince Harry's rebellious streak started much earlier than most of us thought.