Fergie 'Horrified' by Diana Crash Allegations
7 JANUARY 2004
Days after a British newspaper revealed that Princess Diana believed her ex-husband the Prince of Wales was plotting "an accident" to kill her, the Duchess of York, has spoken out on the stunning news.
Prince Andrew's flame-haired former wife Sarah made the comments on a US talk show after the Daily Mirror exposed the full text of a letter the princess had written outlining her fears. "I am absolutely horrified," said the Duchess. "I'm lost for words."
The controversial correspondence, written ten months before Diana's death, was made public last year by the Princess' former butler Paul Burrell as he released a tell-all book, A Royal Duty. However, at that time, the name of the person the Princess believed was behind the plot had been blacked out.
"I am not happy about it," said the former servant of the latest revelation, adding later: "It was always my intention never to publish that name. I never ever wanted it to be published."
Meanwhile, Charles's former press secretary Colleen Harris said the allegation was "preposterous". "Anyone that works for the Prince or knows him will think this is complete and utter rubbish," she told a BBC programme. "It is unbelievable."
On Larry King presently, the inquest and the revelation that Diana suspected Prince Charles was going to tamper with her car breaks is being discussed.
Kitty Kelly and Robert Lacey is on the panel, among several other Brits whose names I have not caught yet as I am catching the program halfway through.
But an interesting comment by one of the panel members, who debunked the conspiracy theory by saying that the particular night on which Diana died could not have been planned as Diana and Dodi's plans changed so much. For example, the couple were supposed to fly home straight to London after dinner but following dinner the couple decided (or were headed to) Dodi's apartment instead - something this panelist says nobody could've forseen.
Originally posted by jun5@Dec 8th, 2003 - 7:42 am from IBL
She always had "a special style" in putting clothes and shoes together, but Ingrid Seward, as editor, of her magazine, "Majesty", once said that her outfits were "costumes". I absolutely have no idea of what she meant by saying that. ??