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Princess Diana’s naughty and hilarious sexual jokes revealed in recently sold letters aimed to a Greek king

The late Princess Diana apparently had a mischievous side. Some letters written by Princess Diana to Constantine II, the former king of Greece, were recently put up for auction at Dominic Winter Auctioneers.

These private notes, filled with suggestive undertones and cheeky, not-safe-for-work jokes, shed light on the naughty humor of the beloved princess. Constantine II, who passed away earlier this year, was the recipient of these playful letters. The two cards were sold on May 17 for a bid of $7,000. The saucy cards, part of the GirlsTalk card series from around 1987, featured humorous adult cartoons with risqué punchlines.

The first note reads: “Adam came first… Men always do!” The front of the card depicted an illustrated naked blond man with a strategically placed leaf, reminiscent of the biblical figure Adam.

The other letter showcased a shocked-looking woman clad in just a bra and underwear, with a man’s head blocking her intimate area. The caption humorously declared: “What’s the definition of the Perfect Man? A midget with a 10″ tongue who can breathe through his ears!”

Letters were addressed to Greek king Constantino II
Both letters were signed with Diana’s distinctive, flowing signature, and each carried a special message addressed to the king. “Dearest Tino, fondest love as always, from Diana,” one card expressed. The second memo stated: “Dearest Tino, lots of love from Diana. I couldn’t decide which card to send [and] then thought you’d enjoy both!”

The purpose behind Diana sending these letters remains unclear, as they were not tied to a specific occasion such as a birthday or holiday. The auction house speculates that Diana may have come across these cards and thought of Tino, possibly inspired by a conversation they had during a social gathering.

Constantine II, also known as Tino, reigned as the king of Greece from 1964 to 1973 until the monarchy was abolished. He had familial connections to the British royal family, being the first cousin once removed of Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth’s husband.

Constantine served as the godfather to Diana’s eldest son, Prince William, and later, Philip and Diana became godparents to Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark, the youngest son of Tino and Anne-Marie of Denmark.

Princess Diana, who was married to Prince Charles from 1981 to 1996, tragically passed away in a car crash in 1997, shortly after their separation. Despite the coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla, Diana’s memory remains cherished by many.



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