Dead Princess Diana Visited Gay Bar Dressed As A Man


LONDON – Princess Diana dressed up as a ‘male model’ to enjoy an anonymous night out with Queen singer Freddie Mercury and television entertainer Kenny Everett at a well-known gay bar here, a new book has claimed.

The late Princess of Wales was a fan of the Kenny Everett Television Show and had struck up a friendship with him and his friend Cleo Rocos.

The new book by Rocos, ‘The Power of Positive Drinking’, reveals the bizarre episode in which Diana, wearing an army jacket, black cap and sunglasses, managed to order a round of drinks at Royal Vauxhall Tavern in South London in 1988.

Mercury, Rocos and Everett played their part by soaking up the attention during the nerve-wracking 20-minute visit – allowing the Princess to blend in undetected, the Mirror reported. The risky plan was hatched in 1988 after the friends had gathered at Kenny’s penthouse in London.

Rocos had tried to warn off Diana by saying the pub was full of “hairy gay men” and “sometimes there are fights outside” “Go on, let the girl have some fun,” Freddie had said.