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Princess Diana Claimed ‘Accident’ Months Before Fatal Crash

Princess Diana wrote a shocking letter, revealing a sinister plot before her tragic car crash. Uncover the chilling details now.

Princess Diana, who sadly met her untimely end in a 1997 Paris car crash at the age of 36, had previously expressed fears. Reports indicate she believed the Queen and her ex-husband, Prince Charles, were plotting to separate her from her sons, William and Harry, years before the tragic incident.

Recently, unsettling details about Princess Diana’s final years have surfaced. Paul Burrell, her former butler, safeguarded numerous letters in which she conveyed apprehensions about her safety.

In a written correspondence, she suspected that someone was orchestrating a deadly “accident” specifically involving her vehicle.

In August 1997, Princess Diana met a tragic end in a Paris car accident, leaving the nation in disbelief. Her sons, William and Harry, were orphaned, sparking ongoing discussions and debates about the circumstances surrounding the devastating crash.

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Throughout much of her royal tenure, the paparazzi relentlessly pursued Princess Diana, making her arguably the most photographed person globally.

Everyone sought a piece of the princess, with reports from The Guardian indicating paparazzi offered up to $500,000 for elusive shots of her.

Joining the Royal Family in 1981 through her marriage to Prince Charles, Diana’s wedding at St Paul’s Cathedral drew royal dignitaries from around the world.

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In the subsequent years, the couple welcomed Prince William in 1982 and Prince Harry in 1984, enjoying what seemed to be idyllic early years for the brothers.

Amidst the apparent bliss, Diana and Charles faced marital challenges, with Charles reportedly engaging in an affair with Camilla in 1986, as detailed in his authorized biography.

Unraveling the complexities of their marriage, Diana discovered Charles’ infidelity while they were still married, a revelation chronicled in Prince Charles’ biography, as reported by Town & Country.

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In 1989, Diana confronted Camilla, warning her to step back from the affair. According to a tape released by The Telegraph, Diana told Camilla, “I know what’s going on between you and Charles and I just want you to know that.”

Camilla recalled Diana saying, “You’ve got everything you ever wanted. You’ve got all the men in the world falling in love with you and you’ve got two beautiful children, what more do you want?”

Camilla added: “So I said, ‘I want my husband.’ And I said, ‘I’m sorry I’m in the way and it must be hell for both of you. But I do know what’s going on. Don’t treat me like an idiot.’”

Diana’s distress went beyond the affair; biographer Howard Hodgson noted her fear that Queen Elizabeth and Charles aimed to separate her from her children. Hodgson, author of the 2007 book “Charles: The Man Who Will Be King,” wrote, “She was well aware that the Queen had the constitutional right and authority under common law to take control of both boys’ care and education. 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.”

Princess Diana claimed they wanted to separate her from her children.

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Hodgson clarified that Queen Elizabeth never intended to separate Diana from her sons. Despite this, Diana believed that a plot was in motion, orchestrated by the Queen and Charles, awaiting the opportune moment for execution.

Even if the Queen had decided to separate Diana from her sons, the unaltered law since 1772 limited Diana’s options. Hodgson suggests Diana had a strategy: garner public support as her “best defense” against the Queen and Charles, demonstrating her role as a good mother to Harry and William.

Diana’s proactive approach involved frequent public appearances with her sons, aiming to secure public favor. Intriguingly, her concerns extended beyond potential separation; she harbored suspicions of a plot to end her life. Several years before her tragic 1997 car crash in Paris, Diana eerily foresaw her demise in a letter penned 10 months prior.

Her letter claims someone was “planning an accident”

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In 2003, Paul Burrell, Princess Diana’s former butler, unveiled letters she entrusted to him before her death, exposing a plot to stage a fatal car crash just ten months prior. Diana was suspicious of a scheme to facilitate Prince Charles’s remarriage.

Speculation over the crash’s nature persisted. Diana’s letter eerily predicted her demise through “brake failure and serious head injury,” revealing the perilous phase in her life. The Daily Mirror first reported on this revelation in 2003.

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“I am sitting here at my desk today in October, longing for someone to hug me and encourage me to keep strong and hold my head high. This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous. XXXXX is planning ‘an accident’ in my car, brake failure and serious head injury. I have been battered, bruised and abused mentally by a system for 15 years now, but I feel no resentment … I am strong inside and maybe that is a problem for my enemies. 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.” she wrote.

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Despite enduring mental abuse for 15 years, Diana expressed strength, acknowledging Charles’s role in her ordeal.

The identity behind the blacked-out name was known to the newspaper but remained unpublished for legal reasons. Burrell, troubled by the letter’s content since her death, decided to disclose it after his 2002 trial, where he faced accusations of theft. The trial collapsed, revealing his act of safeguarding Diana’s papers, shared with the Queen after her demise.

The surgeon reveals details of her passing

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The nation mourned Diana’s tragic passing, and a key figure emerged recently, shedding light on the events of that fateful night.

Surgeon MonSef Dahman, stationed at a Paris hospital during Diana’s death, played a crucial role in trying to save the princess’s life.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Dahman shared: “The thought that you have lost an important person, for whom you cared personally, marks you for life.”

Initially, Dahman wasn’t scheduled to work that night. As a young duty general surgeon in France’s largest hospital, he and his pregnant wife were set to go on holiday. They changed plans due to the pregnancy, keeping them in Paris.

Recalling it as a relatively calm day, Dahman had moments of rest and avoided complex procedures. However, at 12:23 am, Diana’s car crashed in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris, leading to extensive efforts by medics. Despite their attempts, she suffered cardiac arrest in the ambulance.

By 2:06 am, Princess Diana had arrived at the hospital.

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Dr. Dahman, aged 33, received a call from Bruno Riou, instructing him to go to the emergency room. Unaware it was Lady Diana, he learned of a serious accident involving a young woman.

Dahman, just 50 meters away, grasped the gravity of the situation upon reaching the emergency department. Walking in, he was stunned to discover the person on the stretcher was Princess Diana. The unusual activity now made sense.

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Facing a young woman in such a critical condition was profound for any doctor. The significance was heightened, especially considering she was a princess. Diana underwent an X-ray upon arrival, revealing severe internal injuries, leading to an immediate blood transfusion.

He recalls for Daily Mail: “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. I wasn’t told it was Lady Diana, but [only] that there’d been a serious accident involving a young woman. It only took that moment for all this unusual activity to become clear to me. For any doctor, any surgeon, it is of very great importance to be faced with such a young woman who is in this condition. But of course even more so if she is a princess.”

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Just 15 minutes into her arrival, Diana suffered a cardiac arrest. Despite surgical efforts by Dahman, her injuries proved fatal, and her heart couldn’t restart. Despite exhaustive attempts, the medical team at Pitié-Salpêtrière, one of France’s best emergency centers, couldn’t save her. Dahman, though proud of their work, reflects on the haunting inability to rescue Diana, which impacts him deeply.

Despite their best efforts, Diana’s heart wouldn’t restart, leaving the medical team at Pitié-Salpêtrière, one of France’s top emergency centers, unable to save her. Dahman recounts the extensive measures taken, including electric shocks and adrenaline, but the outcome remained grim. Despite the initial hope, the reality set in that they couldn’t save the beloved Princess.

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Reflecting on that fateful night in 1997, Dahman, now a surgeon in Antibes, remembers the intensity of their efforts to save Diana. Each approaching August brings back memories of the tragic event, with the impact lasting over the years. Despite the passage of time, the emotional weight of being unable to save her remains with Dahman, and the annual reminders through new books about Diana’s death only add to the somber reflections.

As August nears each year, MonSef, now a surgeon in Antibes, revisits the tragic night at the hospital in 1997. Despite the years that have passed, the memory of Diana’s death still lingers, especially with the annual influx of new books on the topic. The inability to save her profoundly affected Dahman and his medical team, and the pain of that night remains with him as he reflects on the loss of the beloved Princess.

Written by Dadadel

Adelaida, the founder of Dadadel Creative, boasts a multifaceted background, blending expertise in software engineering, copywriting, and digital marketing. Prior to establishing her agency, she honed her skills as the former Head of the News Department at a regional media outlet, and also amassing 18 years of experience as a host. She has a penchant for sarcasm, a passion for lifestyle topics, and an undeniable love for cats.

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