(CBS) The People's Princess is alive and well. In fiction, anyway.
Tina Brown's Newsweek - while technically a magazine of journalism - imagines what Princess Diana would be like at 50, had she lived. Monica Ali wrote a book called "Untold Story" in which she writes that Diana faked her death and lives in the United States' Midwest .
In the Newsweek article, Tina Brown theorizes Diana would have had Botox, buff arms and at least two more marriages.
In the New York Times, Curtis Sittenfeld writes of Ali's novel,
"In creating a story about Diana's escape from public life, Ali has allowed Diana herself to escape from the novel. Ali never uses the name "Diana"; the main character calls herself Lydia Snaresbrook. And because Lydia is a willfully bland woman living in the suburbs, Ali has written a novel about a willfully bland woman living in the suburbs."
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