Diana last days of a princess

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diana last days of a princess

Diana: The Last Days by Martyn Gregory

This is the best book I have read on the death of Diana. Martyn Gregory has investigated the accident since very soon after the car crash in Paris. This is an updated version of the book that includes information and results from the Operation Paget investigation. The author does an excellent job of explaining the actions of people central to the events, the timeline, and the reasons behind the decisions that led to the accident. Gregory is very precise in explaining the myths that surround the death of Diana...where incorrect stories got started, how they spread, and why they cannot be true. If one is looking to read a book that blindly supports the various conspiracy theories surrounding Dianas death, this is not the book to read. If you are interested in an exploration of Dianas final days, and are interested in learning the truth about the conspiracy theories, this book is fantastic. It is well-researched and painstakingly documented with footnotes throughout. If the reader chooses to read the original source documents that Martyn Gregory uses to support his thesis, they are very easy to find, thanks to his extensive citing of sources.
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The Last 100 Days of Diana Documentary

Diana: Last Days of a Princess is a television movie broadcast in the United States by TLC on 12 August and subsequent dates. It also has aired on Five.
Martyn Gregory

A Timeline of Princess Diana's Last Summer

Princess Diana enjoyed a happy summer in with a new lover not knowing it was to be her last. Diana, glowing, perches on the back of a jet-ski bobbing on a sun-kissed ocean as her new lover Dodi Fayed grips the handlebars. She appears laughing and carefree and - at 36 - on the brink of a new life after many troubled years. It is still hard to believe that this brief love story played out against the glittering backdrop of the Med was to end in such tragedy. Three weeks later, both Diana and Dodi were dead when their drunk driver lost control of his car as they were pursued by photographers through Paris. It was the most terrible of ends for a woman who had had the world in her thrall for nearly two decades, and 21 years on the events of that last summer remain fascinating.

Princess Diana’s last words.

How would it be to live your days without knowing that the end is coming soon? We can get a glimpse of this tragic experience in the life of the well-known and beloved Princess Diana. As most of you might remember, the Queen of Hearts lost her life in a sudden yet fateful car crash. So now we all wonder: what were the months, weeks, and hours before that moment like? Did she perceive that her days were coming to an end?

The film purports to be a fairly accurate albeit semi- fictionalized account of the last two months in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales , leading up to her death on 31 August It is a mix of scripted scenes, actual news footage, and recent interviews with some of the principals present during the period portrayed, including Mohamed Al-Fayed and editors from The Sunday Mirror , giving it a hybrid drama- documentary feel. Much of Jenny Lecoat's teleplay is based on testimony found in the page Paget Report , published in by the United Kingdom's Metropolitan Police Service following a four-year-long investigation. Other film locations included Hertfordshire , Paris including the Pont de l'Alma Tunnel in which the car crashed and Cannes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article includes a list of references , related reading or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations.

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