During the conversation, Michael volunteers to accept public responsibility for the scandal and speaks to the press.Jo thanks Michael and says that if there's anything he needs, she'll be happy to help, prompting Michael to joke about bringing Holly back to Scranton, to which Jo says "Let me see what I can do." (and Holly does return temporarily in season 7).Her elevation to Princess of Wales had brought her too much, too soon; she was too young to handle it all, and there was no one there to steady her.
Although she later told Andrew Morton, author of Diana: Her True Story, that her husband had rekindled his affair before Harry was born, this was simply untrue. It was intoxicating to step out of a car or a helicopter and find hundreds of people waiting for her, cheering in excitement, desperate for her to stop and touch their babies, shake their hands or say something they’d treasure.
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As a child, Burns lived happily in a northern state (presumably in Tangier, Morocco) with his natural parents Clifford and Daphne Burns as the second-youngest of 12 children, the youngest being George Burns, and his teddy bear Bobo.
As a child, Burns was so cheery and amiable that his parents called him "Happy".