Is there anything Princess Di couldn't do?
Clairvoyant Even was within her domain, theDaily Beast reported on Wednesday.
A new investigation found that Princess Diana told her lawyer Victor Her Michonne in 1995 that efforts would be made to "get rid of" her the following year. became clear.
Diana claimed that "reliable sources" provided her with information, but she was tight-lipped about their identities, as recorded in a letter written by Michonne.
This conversation, called the "Mision Note," leads to the death of driver Henri Paul in a crash in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris on the fateful night of August 31, 1997. It provided some eerie insight into what is possible. 36 year old royal family.
With prescription drugs and alcohol in his body and speeding at 100 km/h, Paul tried to scare off the paparazzi on his motorcycle, but Princess Diana and her partner Dodi Al Fayed instead. I sent a Mercedes with a car. pillar.
A memo was handed over to the then Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, but a formal investigation into the death of the princess did not begin until 6 January 2004. He discovers a surprising note in a safe kept by Condon.
Stevens interviewed Michonne before the lawyer's death in 2005 and confirmed that Michonne "didn't have much faith" in the princess' concerns. It was a target."
When the results of Operation Padgett's investigation came to light in December 2006 — all 832 pages — Al Fayed's father's Representing attorney Michael Mansfield, an investigator for the documentary series, called the memo "the most important thing in that report" and said it was "wait a minute, suddenly a light in the darkness." 53} In 2003, another mysterious letter allegedly written by Princess Diana and later issued by her butler, Paul Burrell, also highlighted her concerns. On the tail end of her divorce from Prince Charles, probably written in 1996, the author called her life "dangerous." To clarify, I am planning an 'accident' with my car, brake failure, and a severe head injury," she reportedly wrote of Charles' personal assistant — rumors that it It eventually turned out to be a forgery. BBC journalist Martin Bashir apparently lied to the princess in forged documents, which he used to conduct an exclusive interview.62}
Despite Stevens's efforts to investigate her death, he said: Declared. It has officially ruled that the crash was a horrific accident, as it was 100 percent certain that no one planned to murder the princess.
The four-part Discovery + Documentary Series It will begin streaming on August 18th, just a few weeks before the 25th anniversary of the Princess' death.
August is full of fresh Princess Diana shoots.HBO Max aired Princess Diana's upbringing documentary "The Princess" earlier this month.