Was The Late Princess of Whales Death an Accident?

Was The Late Princess of Whales Death an Accident?

The late Princess Diana, “the Queen of people’s hearts” as the brilliant young princess wanted her people to know her by, has been in many people’s minds since King Charles’s III coronation this past week. But what actually happened to the late Princess of Whales? Was her death really an accident or was it intentional? Here are some conspiracies and some pieces of evidence that the young lady, knew her time was to come to an end.

Diana and Charles divorced in 1996, leaving each other because of marital difficulties. A year later Lady Diana was killed on August 31, 1997, in a fatal car accident. Diana had many reasons to believe that she was going to die soon. She also stated many times that she didn’t think she would become Queen. She wrote a letter to her butler saying this, “I am sitting here at my desk today in October, longing for someone to hug me and encourage me to keep strong and hold my head high. This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous. […] is planning ‘an accident’ in my car, brake failure and serious head injury in order to make the path clear for Charles to marry,” she very much so predicted her death.

At the time she was with Dodi Fayed, the son of billionaire Mohamed Al-Fayed. Their time together was short, but one of the most conspired theories. Many think that Diana was pregnant with his son. This, according to Mohamed al-Fayed, was the reason for the killing. Diana had become pregnant with his son’s child, he said, and that idea was unpalatable to the British state. Mr. Fayed said that the royal family “could not accept that an Egyptian Muslim could eventually be the stepfather of the future King of England”. And so, it plotted to kill her off.

Another idea was that the driver intentionally caused the crash. Many suggest that he might have been drunk that night. Numerous tests showed that Mr. Paul’s blood had alcohol in it – though there were mistakes made with the tests – and repeated checks of those have certified that Mr. Paul had indeed been drinking. But it there is no evidence that Mr. Paul was actually a part of any official “plotting”.

There is perhaps nothing more central to the conspiracy than the car that carried Diana, and which would eventually kill her. Conspiracy theorists claim that its route was blocked, that it was driving at an unusual speed, or that something had been tampered with in the car. Also, all the cameras in and around the car had been turned off. There are claims that neither Diana nor Fayed was wearing seatbelts during the crash.

The final conspiracy is that Diana’s medical care was delayed. Most of this revolves around her treatment at the scene of the crash. If she had instead been taken to the nearest hospital and treated there, she may have survived. Part of the belief in this theory comes from the fact that the French approach to emergency care is simply different from the UK. In France, emergency crews focus on giving treatment at the scene before moving a person to hospital; in the UK, it’s about getting to the hospital sooner.

There is no actual evidence for any of these beliefs to be real because it might mainly be covered up from the British government. Anyways, the late Lady Diana will always be in the heart of England, from her kind and generous care for her people.

Long live the Queen of people’s hearts.