Someone was ‘planning an accident’ in Princess Diana’s car, according to a letter written months before she died in a car accident.

Princess Diana died suddenly in a vehicle collision in Paris in 1997, at the age of 36. According to previous accounts, Diana was frightened that the Queen and her son, Diana’s ex-husband, Prince Charles, were planning to remove her from William and Harry.

However, new frightening details about Diana’s final years on Earth have emerged.

Many of the Princesses’ old letters were retained by Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell. Diana showed concern for her life in several of them.

According to one letter, she believed someone was plotting a tragic “accident” involving her automobile.


Princess Diana sadly died in a vehicle accident in Paris in August 1997. Her death stunned the nation, and her boys, William and Harry, were left without a mother. The horrible vehicle accident and its possible cause have been examined and argued several times.

Princess Diana

The paparazzi journalists followed her around for much of her regal life. As a result, it’s hardly a leap to suggest Diana became the world’s most photographed person.

Everyone desired their own piece of the princess. The paparazzi were asking up to $500,000 for blurry photos of her, according to The Guardian.

Diana joined the Royal Family when she married Prince Charles in 1981. The pair married in St Paul’s Cathedral in London, with royals from across the world in attendance.

The couple had a son, Prince William, the following year. They were then graced with the arrival of Prince Harry in 1984. According to all accounts, the boys’ early years were fantastic.

Of doubt, Diana and Charles had their share of issues during their marriage. Charles is said to have had an affair with Camilla, who would ultimately become his wife, just years after marrying Diana.


Their romance began in 1986, according to Prince Charles’ authorized biography, as quoted by Town & Country. Charles was still married to Princess Diana at the time, and she found out about it.

Camilla’s romance with Prince Charles

Diana addressed Camilla about the affair in 1989, basically instructing her to back off.

“I know what’s going on between you and Charles, and I just want you to know that,” Camilla recalls Diana stating on a video obtained by The Telegraph and reported by Town & Country.

“‘You’ve received everything you ever wanted,’ [Diana] remarked to me. What more do you want when you have all the guys in the world falling in love with you and two beautiful children?'”

“So I told myself, ‘I want my husband.'” ‘I’m sorry I’m in the way, and it must be horrible for both of you,’ I added. But I’m aware of what’s going on. ‘Don’t treat me like a fool,’ Camilla said.

Diana was bothered by more than simply the idea that her husband was having an affair. She even worried that Queen Elizabeth and Charles would take her from her children, according to biographer Howard Hodgson, author of the 2007 book Charles: The Man Who Will Be King.

“She was well aware that, under common law, the Queen had the constitutional right and authority to take control of both boys’ care and education,” Hodgson ruled, as reported by Express.

“As such she could become the boys’ guardian or even appoint one: this would probably be their father and that might lead to Diana’s exclusion if she finally burned all her bridges with the Royal Family.”

They said they sought to remove Diana from William, and Harry Hodgson added that Queen Elizabeth never meant for Diana to be separated from her boys. Diana, on the other hand, felt the Queen and Charles “had already hatched such a plot and were only waiting for the right moment to execute it.”

Princess Diana would have been unable to intervene if the Queen had decided to remove her from her sons; the statute in question hasn’t been amended since 1772.

According to Howard Hodgson, Diana had a plan. She believed that having the public’s backing would be her “best defense” against the Queen and Charles, and that the public would acknowledge her as a decent mother to Harry and William.

As a result, she was always happy to be photographed in public with her two sons.

Interestingly, Diana’s dread of having her children taken away from her wasn’t her only concern. She began to feel there was a plan to assassinate her just years before her death.

In reality, she prophesied her own death in a disturbing letter sent ten months before her death in a catastrophic vehicle accident in Paris in 1997.


Someone was “planning an accident” according to Princess Diana’s letter.

Princess Diana’s personal butler, Paul Burrell, released some letters he had retained before Diana died in 2003.

She had advised him to keep her letters “just in case,” warning him of a conspiracy to kill her in a vehicle accident 10 months before her death. According to rumors, Diana felt her death was staged so that Prince Charles might remarry.

Many individuals have theorized over the years about whether or not the incident was an accident. Diana anticipated in her letter that she would die as a result of “brake failure and serious head injury.”

“I’m sitting at my desk in October, longing for someone to hug me and encourage me to stay strong and keep my head held high.” “This is the most dangerous time in my life,” the letter stated, as first published by the Daily Mirror in 2003.

“XXXXX is planning ‘an accident’ in my car, brake failure and serious head injury.”

“I have been emotionally tortured, scarred, and tormented by a system for 15 years now, yet I feel no animosity… My foes may find it difficult to deal with my inner strength.

“Thank you Charles for putting me through such hell and for giving me the opportunity to learn from the cruel things you have done to me.”

The publication stated at the time that they knew who the blacked-out name belonged to but would not print it for legal reasons.

“With the benefit of hindsight, the content of that letter has bothered me since her death,” Burrell said to the newspaper.

Burrell, who recently explained why he believes Prince Harry truly married Meghan Markle, stated that he chose to reveal the contents of the letters following his 2002 trial, in which he was accused of stealing them.

The trial was called off not long after it began when it was found that he notified the Queen shortly after Diana died that he had taken several of her files for safekeeping.

Diana’s death is revealed by a surgeon.

Diana’s death was a national tragedy. Not long ago, a person who had been caught up in the tragedy came forward.

in the time of Diana’s death, Surgeon MonSef Dahman was working in a hospital in Paris; he was in charge of attempting to keep the princess alive.

He revealed the account of what truly transpired that night in an interview with the Daily Mail.

“The thought that you have lost an important person, for whom you cared personally, marks you for life,” he told the British newspaper.

To begin with, Dahman was not meant to work that night. He was a young duty general surgeon at France’s largest hospital at the time, and his wife was expecting. They were supposed to travel on vacation outside of Paris, but because his wife was pregnant with the couple’s second child, they chose to stay.

Dahman remembered it as a “pretty easy” day. He was allowed to take some rest and had not been asked to conduct any difficult operations.


Diana’s automobile collided at the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris, France, at around 12.23 a.m. She was given extensive care at the site by medics, but she died in the ambulance.

I had no idea it was her.

Diana arrived at the hospital at six minutes past two a.m.

“I was resting in the duty room when I got a call from Bruno Riou, the senior duty anaesthetist, telling me to go to the emergency room,” Dahman told the Mail on Sunday.

“I wasn’t told it was Lady Diana, but [only] that there’d been a serious accident involving a young woman.”

At the moment, Dahman was 33 years old. He realized how terrible things were when he returned from the bathroom, which was around 50 meters from the emergency facility.

As he entered the room, he was told that the person on the stretcher was Princess Diana.

“It only took that moment for all of this strange activity to become clear to me,” he said.

“It is extremely important for any doctor, any surgeon, to be confronted with such a young woman in this condition.” But it is especially true if she is a princess.”

Diana was taken to the hospital and had an X-ray, which indicated she had sustained significant internal injuries. As a result, she required rapid blood transfusion.

Princess Diana’s heart refused to beat again.

Diana had another heart attack only 15 minutes after arriving. Dahman conducted surgery, but the Princess’s injuries were too severe.

Her heart would just not restart.

“We tried electric shocks, several times and, as I had done in the emergency room, cardiac massage,” Dahman went on to say.

“Professor Riou had given me adrenaline.” But we were unable to restart her heart.”

Dahman and his medical team worked tirelessly to keep Diana alive. But, in the end, they couldn’t accomplish much. He said that the hospital, Pitié-Salpêtrière, was one of the greatest in France for these sorts of crises, and that saving the patients who were brought in made him “happy and proud.”

In Diana’s instance, he first felt hopeful. They were unable to save her in the end.

“We fought hard, we tried a lot, really an awful lot,” he went on to say.

“We couldn’t save her”

“To be honest, you don’t notice the passage of time when you’re working in those conditions.” The only thing that matters is that we do everything we can for this young lady.”

“We were unable to save her. And that had a significant impact on us.”

Every year, as August arrives, MonSef, who now works as a physician in the French town of Antibes, recalls that dreadful night in the hospital in 1997.

He watched the funeral, as did millions of others across the world.

“I don’t go back to it all the time because it’s been a long time,” he told the Daily Mail.

“However, every time a new book [about Diana’s death] was published [in France], it was sent to me.” So, sadly, I have a library of such novels.”

Princess Diana died far too young in her brilliant life, and we still miss her terribly.

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