- Anonymous9 months agoFavourite answer
Of course she was.
- EdnaLv 79 months ago
Diana wasn't murdered. She died in a car wreck, while she was riding in a car that was being driven by a drunk. The wreck also killed Diana's boyfriend and the driver, and seriously injured the bodyguard.
- Anonymous9 months ago
The royals had many reasons to need her dead. Millions around the world believe she was murdered, with the crime having been covered up by the royal establishment which has vast influence.
- 9 months ago
No, she was killed by hired murderers.
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- 𝗕𝗮𝗿𝗼𝗻 𝗖𝗹𝗼𝘄𝗻𝗶𝘀𝗵Lv 79 months ago
I think all but the most diehard royalists now accept that there was foul play involved in Princess Diana's death.
The timing was impeccable. Princess Diana had been generating scandalous headlines every day for the past fortnight with her very public indiscretions with Dodi al Fayed. Dodi's father was widely reported to be a crook and Dodi was a wastrel playboy. This was the last in a series of inappropriate relationships that would have placed Prince William in a difficult position.
Then there were the circumstances of the night she died. Why would the security team have tried to play chase with the paparazzi when they had not done that before. Why would they switch cars? Why would Princess Diana not have been wearing a seatbelt when she always wore one? Why would an experienced security man volunteer to drive a car when he was reportedly inebriated and had a whole team to call upon? Why would anyone drive through a city underpass at 100mph? Why were details of the post mortem hushed up? Why did the Fiat Uno driver never come forward? Why had Princess Diana predicted that she would be murdered in a car crash orchestrated to look like an accident?
Basically, if it looks like a duck and it quacks like a duck, it's probably a duck.
- Anonymous9 months ago
No, as others have said no seat belt, drunk driver and excess speed killed her.
But secondly, no one has ever come up with a real plausible reason why she'd be murdered. She was a bit of an embarrassment at times but there had been worse in the past.The idea that it was because she might marry Dodi, was just dumb--it would be a case of 'so what.' She was no longer royal, she really wasn't anything important...if she'd lived she's have doubtless eventually faded into obscurity, just appearing now and then in a feature in Hello mag and the like.
- Verulam 1Lv 79 months ago
Troll, but no there was no murder - if you need to drag this up again..................I truly believe she was an ACCIDENT in the waiting. Why she wasn't wearing her seat belt, as she pretty much always did I have no idea. Nor why they'd get into a car with a drunk/drugged driver.
- TavyLv 79 months ago
No, drunk driver, no seatbelt.
- CloLv 79 months ago
No. Diana died in an accident caused by an impaired driver, a paparazzi car chase, the lack of seat belt use.
Dodi Fayed's regular chauffeur was asked at the last moment to act as a decoy driver to lure paparazzi away. The Ritz Hotel's Head of Security, Henri Paul, was asked to drive Dodi and Diana. Henri Paul was taking prescription medication and drinking alcohol. He was not fit to drive safely. He was also not a professionally trained and licensed chauffeur, able to commandeer a heavy limousine.
Paparazzi also followed Henri Paul, resulting in a speed chase. Paul was not able to steer a heavy, speeding car down a tricky stretch of road known for its accidents. The car hit some debris, went airborne, flipped and hit a pillar in the Pont d'Alma Tunnel.
Diana suffered blunt force trauma injuries to the thoracic region, the chest, which severed her aorta, a major heart artery. She bled to death.
Like many, Diana and Dodi failed to use their seat belts in a limousine. If Diana had worn her seat belt, she could have survived the injuries because she would not have been as tossed about the car as she was.
Another good source is the book, The Day Diana Died, the only book that Christopher Andersen has written about the royals that I recommend. Andersen tends to fall for unsubstnatiated gossip in other books.
- Sal*UKLv 79 months ago
No - she got into a car with a drunk driver, didn't wear a seat belt and swanned around with a playboy who thought his security staff could protect her as well as the Royal Protection Squad (which SHE gave up)