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Royal Divorce Report Denied

October 19, 1994| Associated Press

LONDON — Prince Charles and Princess Diana have not agreed on a divorce or a financial settlement, their lawyers said Tuesday, denying a report that Diana will get $38.5 million when the couple divorce next year.

A French weekly, Voici, reported the settlement, quoting from a new book, "Diana: Her New Life," by Andrew Morton. The magazine quoted Diana as saying she "felt like the biggest prostitute in the world."

Morton said that proofs of the book, due out Nov. 8, appeared to have been stolen and that extracts printed in Voici were distorted.

The leak from the new book followed revelations by Charles, 45, in an authorized biography, "The Prince of Wales," that he never loved his wife and was forced to marry her by his father, Prince Philip.

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