The British royal family has not forgotten Princess Diana, who was one of the most beloved members even 26 years after her death. Despite their unhappy marriage, both Charles and Diana cheated on each other during their time together. On June 29, 1994, Charles admitted to marital infidelity in a television documentary without mentioning the name of the woman with whom he had committed adultery. However, Princess Diana’s candid interview with Martin Bashir on November 20, 1995 in the “Panorama” documentary series was the final blow to their marriage. Filmed in Kensington Palace’s sitting room, she revealed intimate details about royal life and her struggles with postpartum depression and bulimia. During the interview, Diana also admitted that she herself had been unfaithful by cheating on Charles with army officer James Hewitt. She declared that her marriage with Charles was over, saying “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.”
On November 20th, two significant events took place: James L. Haven and Charles Hettrick patented their invention of the children’s toy known as the yo-yo while Garrett Morgan received a patent for his three-command traffic sign which evolved into modern traffic lights from US Patent Office. The latter added a third option “Warning” (yellow light) to regulate traffic more safely than previous options “Stop” and “Go”. It is worth noting that there are many interesting inventions that have made our lives easier over time. To learn more about time machines visit [link].