Conservative commentator Ann Coulter is being far from conservative with comments about Princess Diana.
In a new interview with The Insider, Coulter says:
"I find it a little baffling when Americans get so gaga-eyed over a princess. In particular Lady Di, who was just this anorexic, bulimic narcissist."
Coulter was promoting her new book Demonic: How The Liberal Mob Is Endangering America. This is not her first time dissing Diana -- in an April appearance on The O'Reilly Factor she called the late Diana a "nitwit hussy" and said of the Royal Wedding: "It's totally embarrassing Americans cared about that."
See video of the interview after the jump.
Oh no they didn't? Newsweek's latest issue features a photo of Kate Middleton and a super-imposed and digitally-aged image of Princess Diana ... who would have turned 50 this Friday.
The LA Times is referring to the photo and story as "Shocking, brilliant or just plain cheap?"
Aside from the controversial cover, the accompanying article talks about Diana's would-be Facebook page, how she'd probably be a big fan of shows like The Real Housewives of New York ... and that she'd be hanging with Hollywood royalty like David and Victoria Beckham.
Ironically, the Newsweek issue hits stands the same week that William and Kate are visiting North America. Coincidence? We think not.
Find out when the newlyweds will be in Southern California ... after the jump.
What do you think of Newsweek's latest issue featuring a superimposed photo of Princess Diana next to Kate Middleton?
After six months, an inquest jury in Britain has ruled that Princess Di and Dodi Al Fayed's death in 1997 was due to the "grossly negligent" drunk driving of her chaffeur, Henri Paul, as well as the paparazzi who were following the Princess' limousine on that fateful night.
According to the Daily Mail, the jury rejected any conspiracy theories, instead ruling that the pair was "unlawfully killed", a ruling stronger than the previous "tragic accident" conclusion in 2006.
Dodi's father, Mohammed Al Fayed, who had been a strong proponent of the theory that MI6 and the Duke of Edinburgh had arranged the killing of his son and girlfriend to look like an accident, was apparently not please with this latest verdict.
What do YOU think?