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The Sun reports how the cinematographer kept a diary of the sessions in which Tonight the controversial recordings, documenting the collapse of Diana's marriage to Charles, will be aired on Channel 4.
The tapes went missing and Mr Settelen became locked in a copyright battle with Diana's brother, following her death, for the rights to broadcast them.
This isn't the first time details about Prince Charles' private contact with his now-wife have come to the fore.
In 1992, a highly personal transcript of the 'Camillagate' call was made public.
The late Princess of Wales described her husband's mistress as the 'raunchier' of the two after listening in on their explicit conversations and spoke of a desire to stop Charles becoming King.
Her intimate thoughts emerged in 12 hours of unseen footage, filmed by a handpicked cinematographer as she offloaded years of royal secrets in the months before her death.
Mr Settelen began recording interviews with Diana in September 1992, three months before her official split with Prince Charles.