Paul Burrell, the former butler and confidant of Diana of Wales, has revealed some of the most intimate secrets of the princess in the Spanish program ‘Viajando con Chester’. Among them, his opinion on the controversial death of Lady Di in a car accident in Paris in 1997.
The former royal butler, who has said on other occasions that he has many important things to say to William and Harry, claims to be the guardian of Diana’s legacy and speaks openly.
Was Diana of Wales murdered? Paul Burrell, responds
According to Burrell, Diana was not murdered, but there is an unsolved mystery about the circumstances of the incident. The butler questions why it took an hour to get to the hospital and claims that there is a part of the truth that is being kept by the secret service.
Burrell also says that he spoke to Queen Elizabeth II after Diana’s death and told her everything he knew about her relationship with Dodi Al-Fayed and what happened in Paris. The monarch warned her to be careful because there were “forces at work in my country that I am not even aware of”.
Diana of Wales’ true love
Another of the topics Burrell addresses is the romance between Diana and surgeon Hasnat Khan, whom she wanted to marry. The butler says he helped her get into the palace in the trunk of his car for two years and even asked her to go to the priest to arrange a secret wedding.
However, that wedding never happened because Khan broke up with Diana because of media pressure. Paul claims that the princess was very much in love with him and that Dodi Al-Fayed was a rebound. “She told me, ‘I’m not in love with him,'” he confesses.
Burrell, who was accused and acquitted of stealing Diana’s personal belongings after her death, says he remains loyal to her memory and her children. “I am the guardian of Diana’s legacy,” he says. The butler also reveals that he has been suffering from cancer for three years and feels fortunate to have known the princess.
Who murdered Princess Diana: The Mohamed Al-Fayed Theory
Mohamed Al-Fayed, the father of Diana of Wales’ boyfriend Dodi Al-Fayed, believes that the princess and her son were murdered by a conspiracy orchestrated by the British royal family and secret services. His theory is based on several claims that have not been proven or accepted by official investigations.
One of them is that Diana was pregnant by Dodi and that the two were planning to marry. According to Al-Fayed, this would have posed a threat to the crown and to the future King Charles, Diana’s ex-husband. Al-Fayed says Diana called him the night of the accident to tell him the news and that he has medical proof of the pregnancy.
Another is that the driver of the car Diana and Dodi were in, Henri Paul, was manipulated by MI6 agents to cause the crash in the Alma tunnel. Al-Fayed maintains that Paul was not drunk or drugged, as the toxicology tests indicated, but was the victim of a set-up.
In addition, Al-Fayed questions the role of the paparazzi who chased the vehicle and the witnesses who witnessed the accident. According to him, some of them were undercover spies or accomplices in the plot. He also alleges that there were delays and irregularities in the transfer and medical care of the injured.
Finally, Al-Fayed directly accuses Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip of being behind the death of Diana and Dodi. According to him, Philip sent threatening letters to Diana and told her she was not welcome in the royal family. Al-Fayed also believes that there is a hidden camera in the Alma tunnel that recorded everything that happened but has never been made public.