"My husband is planning an accident": Princess Diana’s explosive letter claims
Princess Diana’s death may have been at the hands of her former husband Prince Charles, a new podcast has claimed.
The creators of controversial podcast Diana: Case Solved claimed that they have new evidence – including diary entries, letters, recordings and eyewitness testimony – suggesting that the Prince of Wales may have been responsible for the death of his former wife in Paris on August 31, 1997.
In a letter reportedly written by Diana to her butler Paul Burrell, the princess said she felt her safety was at risk.
“This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous. My husband is planning ‘an accident’ in my car, brake failure or some serious head injury in order to make the path clear for him to marry Tiggy [William and Harry's nanny].”
In the letter, she also said Camilla Parker, now Duchess of Cornwall, “is nothing more than a decoy so we are being used by the man in every sense of the word”.
The news came after a body language expert claimed that the late princess spent her final days looking “hunted” and “desperate to hide”.
Judi James told Daily Star Online that photographs of the princess in the days before the car crash at Alma tunnel showed her increased use of “’hide’ gestures”.
“Her cut-off gesture now involves a shielding hand that is placed across her forehead with either the heel of her hand or her fingers used to shade and hide her face,” James said.
“The expression we can see underneath it looks unhappy rather than the part-smile she often used when facing a barrage of cameras as a royal.
“She does look more hunted and less in control here and her intense shielding gestures and unhappy facial expression could suggest some new levels of fear.”