Princess Diana died on August 31, 1997 in Paris.
She had a car accident with her companion Dodi Al-Fayed
A documentary broadcast on M6 reveals that she wanted to break up

It was on the night of August 30 to 31, 1997 that the accident took place that killed Princess Diana, but also Dodi Al-Fayed, the man with whom she was then in a relationship. With the approach of the 25th anniversary of the death of the princess, documentaries follow one another and an episode of Forbidden Zone on M6 was even dedicated to Lady Di on August 23rd. Entitled Confidential Diana, the documentary looks back on recordings made by Princess Diana herself and commented on by people around her. This is how Lady Di’s former butler, Paul Burrell, spoke of the princess’ last vacation, on the yacht of her billionaire friend Mohamed Al-Fayed and in the company of her son, Dodi Al-Fayed, with whom Diana got into a relationship.

According to the former butler, the Princess of Hearts didn’t really benefit from it. “She was like, ‘I’m sick of being on this boat, Paul. I can’t wait to get home. I want to see my boys. It’s freezing inside with the air conditioned, and we cook on the bridge. I want to go back’. If you look at the latest images of the princess, you can see that she is not a woman in love” explains Paul Burrell. And for good reason, the documentary also reveals that Diana wanted to break up. Richard Kay, a journalist with the Daily Mail to whom Diana sometimes gave some information about Buckingham Palace, was also a friend of the Princess of Wales. And when he asked for the scoop on Dodi Al-Fayed and his drug use during a phone conversation with Harry and William’s mother, Diana said something to him that made it clear she wanted to part ways with the son of the billionaire.

Lady Diana didn’t have time to break up with Dodi Al-Fayed

“She said to me, ‘Dodi doesn’t do cocaine.’ But then she said to me, ‘If you find out that Dodi is on drugs, you have to do an article and publish it'”. Charles’ ex wanted his journalist friend not to hesitate to make public a possible cocaine consumption in order to have the perfect reason to leave him. Richard Kay is thus convinced that she “was looking for a way out of this relationship, which had become so intense”. Princess Diana unfortunately did not have the opportunity to part with this man she did not seem in love with, since it was with him that she died following their car accident at the Alma tunnel, in Paris, on that tragic evening in August 1997.

"I can't take it anymore": before she died, Lady Diana tried by all means to break up with Dodi Al-Fayed

Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed © ALPHA AGENCY

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