ROYALS: Sorry, Wrong Number

A British newspaper reports that police believe the Princess of Wales made 300 crank phone calls to a married male friend

The royal farce continues. Last week the Queen of England's corgis, gathered at London's Heathrow Airport to welcome her home after a glum royal tour of Canada, passed the time by terrorizing a German shepherd employed by the police. The cop dog was rescued. Meanwhile, the ravening tabloids were already squaring off for the November confrontation between two royal tell-all books: Jonathan Dimbleby's on Prince Charles, based on his recent TV program; and the sequel by Andrew Morton to his 1992 super-best seller on the Princess of Wales, called Diana: Her New Life.

But the juiciest news last week appeared in...

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