NIJMEGEN, Netherlands (PRWEB) February 07, 2014
In his new autobiography “Letters to Diana, Princess of Wales” (published by Trafford Publishing) author John L. Van der Heyden presents readers with an account of his history with late Princess Diana.
“I am convinced that Lady Diana Francis Spencer, Princess of Wales, separated in December 1992 from Her husband HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES on my behalf and divorced from Him on the 28th of August 1996 on my behalf. Therefore I proposed to Her to set up a new Dutch/British Family Company with the name Instituto Cervantes Benelux, England and Wales in good collaboration with the Spanish Instituto Cervantes in Alcalá de Henares.”
The core of “Letters to Diana, Princess of Wales” is the theme of building bridges. Van der Heyden hopes that by reading his story, he will help to bring people together regardless of nationalities, languages or other barriers.
More information can be found at http://www.cervantes.nu.
About the Author
John L. Van der Heyden was born in Nijmegen in the Netherlands shortly after World War II. After finishing his secondary education and the teacher's training he became a teacher of primary education and studied Spanish language and literature. After Princess Diana's death in Paris he retired in Spain, but still hopes that his dream will come true by the publishing of this book.
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