Martin Bashir is 'seriously unwell' from COVID-19

Martin Bashir is 'seriously unwell' from COVID-19

A spokeswoman for the BBC said: "We are sorry to say that Martin is seriously unwell with Covid-19 related complications".

The 57-year-old is famed for his explosive 1995 interview with Princess Diana, through which she uncovered royal acts of adultery.

"Bashir himself is seriously unwell with Covid-19 related complications and we can not put any of these questions to him". "We spent our whole time just staring at this woman reading the lines going, "Wow, she's kind of perfect'", the writer explained to Town & Country".

His colleague Simon McCoy sent a message of support on hearing the news: 'Wishing you well - and thinking of you'.

The Truth Behind The Interview, which will be screened on Wednesday, examines the circumstances behind the princess's interview with BBC broadcaster Martin Bashir.

Bashir began working as a journalist in 1986 but made headlines around the world in 1995 for his BBC interview with Diana, Princess of Wales for Panorama.

The new documentary includes allegations about Bashir, including how he showed "faked" bank statements to Diana's brother, Charles Spencer, in a bid to impress him enough to set up a meeting with his sister.

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Now, nearly 25 years after that stunning interview when Diana notoriously said, "There were three of us in this marriage.so it was a bit crowded", a new documentary reveals how she had had already sought to tell her story.

'If they received a letter basically saying the Princess of Wales, herself, was very happy about the way the programme was made, that would bomb-proof them against any future concerns, ' he said.

The man behind Princess Diana's most famous interview is seriously ill with coronavirus.

The tell-all interview was widely regarded as Martin's big break, and he subsequently landed other high-profile interviews, including Michael Jackson, Michael Barrymore, Major Charles Ingram - the coughing Major- and the suspects in the Stephen Lawrence murder care.

Bashir additionally courted controversy along with his lurid 2003 ITV/ABC documentary "Residing with Michael Jackson".

Bashir famously resigned his MSNBC post in 2013 after making controversial remarks about former US vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. He has labored as the faith editor for BBC information since 2016.

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