Lady Di: How Diana Predicted Her Car Crash

Almost 25 years since Lady Di died under the Alma bridge. And if this drama was considered an accident, many people think of a murder instead. The new series 'The Diana Investigations' coming to feed this theory.

  Lady Di: How Diana Predicted Her Car Crash

On August 31, 1997, Diana Spencer lost her life in a terrible car accident that occurred under the Alma bridge in Paris. She was then traveling with her companion at the time, Dodi Al Fayed, who died on the spot, just like the driver of the car. Transferred immediately to a Parisian hospital, the princess of wales She also succumbed to her injuries two hours later. The only survivor of the tragedy: the couple's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, who was in the front of the vehicle. And so it's been almost 25 years since the tragic death of Lady Di has been in the news almost daily . Because if his death was very quickly classified as a car accident, many people find it hard to believe in this hypothesis . And the series The Diana Investigations , broadcast from this Thursday, August 18, 2022 in the United States, already greatly fuels this theory.

Lady Di's letter that sows doubt

Indeed, in this documentary series, we learn that the mother of William and Harry would have predicted his death on several occasions, attests to a letter written by his hand and entrusted to his lawyer, Master Victor Mischon . In 1995, she reportedly shared her doubts and concerns with him in writing explaining to him that attempts to 'Discard' of her would occur the year following her divorce, which was finalized in 1996 And among the various hypotheses that the first wife of Prince Charles made, a road accident… 'I'm sitting here at my desk today in October, can't wait for someone to hug me and encourage me to stay strong and hold my head up' , wrote then Lady Di. Before adding: 'This particular phase of my life is my most dangerous - my husband is planning 'an accident' in my car, brake failure and a serious head injury in order to clear the way for him to marry Tiggy (the Duke's personal assistant from Cornwall, editor's note)' . Most Diana's words had been brushed aside by her lawyer who then believed, still according to the words of the series, that the young woman was 'paranoid' .

Prince Harry leads the investigation into the death of his mother, Lady Di

Sent to Sir Paul Confon, then chief of the Metropolitan Police and in charge of the investigation, immediately after the death of the Princess of Wales, the missive was however not included in the file until 2004 when the successor of Paul Confon, John Stevens, took over the file. But, after further investigations and taking this letter into account, he too had reported an accident, judging that the car driver's blood alcohol level and the presence of antidepressants in his blood were largely sufficient to draw such conclusions. However, even today, the circumstances of the death of Diana Spencer are still questioned by many. Starting with his youngest son, the prince Harry , who reportedly commissioned an inquest into his mother's death as part of the publication of his own memoirs , scheduled for the end of 2022.