Princess Diana was a beloved member of the royal family, whom was famous for her actions in charitable organizations and for being a devote mother to her children Harry and William. However, on August 31 1997, her limousine that contained Princess Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Al-Fayed collided with a pillar in the Pont De l’Alma tunnel in Paris, France. None but Dodi Al-Fayed’s bodyguard survived. Millions watched the funeral, but it seems that not everyone is in agreement as to why she is dead.
The following are the most popular theories why she is deceased.
The paparazzi did it
During the years before her death, Princess Diana was a favourite target for the paparazzi, due to her relationship with Prince Charles and then Dodi Al-Fayed. She was called the most famous woman in the world; the press followed her like loyal dogs, capturing every one of her action on film, no matter how trivial. They followed her even to her death.
One of the first theories to arise after her death was that the Princess’ driver was actually speeding due to being pursued by the press. The press partook in the high speed pursuit until the Princess’ limo collided in the French tunnel.
Even if this theory may not be entirely the press’ fault, it is generally thought that the press does hold some responsibility in her death.
The royal family did it
It was thought that the royal family was not happy with Princess Diana before her death, due to her relationship with Dodi Al-Fayed. You see Dodi Al-Fayed was a Muslim and it was generally taboo for a member of the royal family to marry a non Christian. It also didn’t help that she was thought to be pregnant with his child. The theory states that MI6 was then used to cause the accident by having a white Fiat Uno move into the limo’s path, causing it to swerve into the pillar. The closed-circuit cameras were then tampered with so as to not show the crash and all evidence of their involvement erased.
As interesting as this theory is, its false. None of the theories stated managed to produce any evidence. Blood samples from Princess Diana show that she was not pregnant, no one has reported seeing a Fiat Uno, and the camera’s were shown to have not been tampered with, but only not properly positioned to record the accident itself.
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