Mor­ton, who wrote explo­sive 1992 Diana biog­ra­phy appeared on Loose Women Writer, , defend­ed re-releas­ing beefed-up ver­sion of Diana: Her True Sto­ry Pre­sen­ters asked if had been ‘through enough’ with­out more rev­e­la­tions …but Mor­ton said Diana ‘must have assessed’ what her chil­dren could take Andrew Mor­ton has defend­ed accu­sa­tions that re-releas­ing an updat­ed ver­sion of his best-sell­ing book on Princess Diana could cause fur­ther upset to William and Har­ry. Appear­ing on ITV day­time show Loose Women, Mor­ton, , said pub­lish­ing a revised and more sub­stan­tial ver­sion of Diana: Her True Sto­ry wasn’t reveal­ing any­thing to the Princes that they didn’t know. When grilled the show’s pre­sen­ters on whether Diana’s sons had been through enough, he respond­ed that William had once ‘pushed tis­sues through the bath­room door’ to com­fort the princess, adding: ‘They don’t need me to tell them about the unhap­pi­ness of their moth­er and the dis­tance of their father.’ Scroll down for Diana biog­ra­ph­er Andrew Mor­ton appeared on Loose Women ahead of the launch of the edi­tion of Diana: Her True Sto­ry Mor­ton view­ers of Loose Women that far from upset­ting Princes William and Har­ry (pic­tured in Sep­tem­ber 1995 […]