I suppose it was inevitable that the tabloid with the retro crusader logo would publish yet another yarn on the day it was announced that her older son Prince William's second child was on the way.
Perhaps the excitement of the moment got the better of the mighty Express "news" machine. Anyway, someone forgot that, like the animals entering the Ark, quotation marks normally go two by two.
And despite the much vaunted richness of the English language, the intro has an unfortunate dead metaphor plonked right after the death threats: "Princess Diana sent chilling death threats to Camilla Parker-Bowles in the dead of the night, an explosive new book has claimed."
Yes, of course I'm utterly convinced the wording is knowing, deliberate and carefully thought through.
PS Er, Parker Bowles is not hyphenated. I haven't got the willpower to read the second par yet.
PPS Authoritative reference tip: for the royalty-obsessed, Debrett's is not a bad place to check these things.