Confidant of Late Princess Diana Collapses, Rushed to Hospital

May 15, 2018May 15, 2018

According to People, Princess Diana‘s biographer Andrew Morton was rushed to the hospital Tuesday after collapsing during a book reading. He has since confirmed the stroke on his Twitter.

He wrote that he had a “mini-stroke” but he is “doing well & on the mend.”

A spokesperson for Michael O’Mara Books, Morton’s book publisher, released a statement after the incident, which took place during a book reading.

They said, “Andrew was taken ill this afternoon and is currently in hospital as a precautionary measure. We don’t have any further information at this time."

While speaking to a crowd in London, Morton suddenly found himself at a loss for words and unable to go on. He apologized to the crowd before collapsing.

“I’m sorry I can’t go on,” he said before he collapsed into his chair. Morton then left the stage and was sent to the hospital, according to The Sun.

“He forgot what he was saying, was sweating and started to sway,” said a person who was present.

Morton also canceled a bookstore event that he had later in the day in London.

Morton is best known for being privy to Princess Diana's secrets. He secretly interviewed Diana through recorded tapes that were delivered by a third party for his infamous book "Diana: Her True Story."

The book which was published in 1992, which was the same year she separated from Prince Charles. At the time, Morton didn't reveal that Diana was the source, so no one knew how reliable it was. Morton keep that secret until after her death in 1997. After she died, Morton revealed his source to the public.

Since then, he’s published several biographies on royals. He's written about Wallis Simpson, Prince William, and his latest book is about Meghan Markle titled "Meghan: A Hollywood Princess."

Please pray for his full recovery. In other news, First Lady Melania Trump had surgery on Monday. Please also join us in praying for her full recovery.

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