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Prince Harry believed Princess Diana faked her own death

By Lucía Murphy

Prince Harry believed Princess Diana faked her own death

Confessed the Duke of Sussex thought that 'Lady Di' would have done anything to escape press harassment.

Prince Harry believed Princess Diana faked her death to escape the press, he revealed in his new book. The Duke of Sussex was just 12 years old when his mom, Lady Di, died in a tragic car crash in a Paris tunnel.

He even writes about how he and his brother, Prince William, drove across the Pont de l'Alma, the site of Diana's accident, to experience their mom's final moments.

 

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The young princes were at Balmoral Castle in Scotland with their grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, when Diana died. Harry wrote: "With nothing to do but wander around the castle and talk to myself, a suspicion took hold of me, which then became a firm belief. This was all a trick."

The Duke of Sussex abounded in his idea that his mom faked her own death: "For once, the trick was not being played by the people around me, or the press, but by mom. Her life has been miserable, she's been bullied and lied to, so she faked an accident as a distraction and escaped."

 

What happened to Princess Diana?

Diana was 36 years old at the time of her death. Her car crashed into the walls of the Pont de l'Alma, also killed were her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed, and chauffeur Henri Paul. The only survivor was Di's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones.

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