In my post, I first spelled out borderline personality disorder and then used the initials BPD for it.
Even when it was first changed from being known as manic-depression to bipolar disorder, I have not come across the usage of BPD for bipolar disorder. Instead I have seen the disorder abbreviated as just "bipolar". There are four different variations and read "Bipolar Type III" and such.
I ONLY intended to discuss the application of the diagnosis Borderline Personality Disorder in my usage of the abbreviation BPD.
And while it is a new diagnosis, it is near impossible to conclude such applied to the late Diana without thorough examination of records which will never be released publicly.
I too, in no way think that Diana was manic-depressive. Her known symptoms and reactions do not fit.
I reiterate that I do not believe Diana had borderline personality disaorder either.