Tyler also had a cameo in the Woody Allen film Small Time Crooks as a television reporter, which also came out in 2000.
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Diana's wore a puff ball meringue wedding dress, with huge puffed sleeves and a frilly neckline.
The dress was made of silk taffeta, decorated with lace, hand embroidery, sequins, and 10,000 pearls. Charles wore his full dress naval commander uniform.
Although season one of Ryan Murphy's Feud is just barely upon us, FX has already renewed the drama for a second season, and it's going to be a doozy.
Titled Feud: Charles and Diana, season two will follow the tumultuous marriage of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, who were married from 1981 to 1996.
Diana — whose legacy still lives on in her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry — died in a tragic car accident in August 1997 with her partner, Dodi Fayed, whom she began dating after the end of her and Charles's 15-year marriage.
Tyler remained in her post in 1996 when a large number of anchors, reporters, sports and weather people were fired. She replaced veteran WABC-TV anchor Roz Abrams, who had replaced her a few years prior (Abrams moved to the noon and 5pm newscasts, but is now no longer with the station) only to be replaced again in 2007 by Kristine Johnson.
In 2000, she guest starred as herself on Everybody Loves Raymond in the episode "Robert's Rodeo," promoting an upcoming news story with video of a bull chasing a police officer – that officer being Robert Barone.
Personal accounts would say she was genuinely and desperately in love with the prince.