One of the issues that to date continues to be controversial is the name of Lady Di, they affirm through a letter that she knew she would lose her life
To date, the name of Lady Di continues to be a trend in the world, recently a letter appeared stating that she knew she would lose her life.
According to Vanidades magazine, the data they shared is that Lady Diana delivered a letter to her butler ten months before her departure.
In it, according to the portal, she reveals that her husband Prince Charles was planning something against his own life.
It is said according to the fragment of the letter and Vanidades that she would have to do with the failure of the brakes of her car, which would cause a strong blow to her head.
It is said that the letter was written in the handwriting of the princess, if you want to see it click here, according to the portal it was the Daily Mirror itself who published the exclusive back in 2003.
The Royals EmaxRoyals video also commented on the said letter, the video was released on September 11, 2018.
“I am sitting here at my desk in October, wanting someone to hold me and give me the courage to stay strong and with my head up. This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous, “is shared according to the source.
Diana and Prince Charles were divorced on August 28, 1996, not the fateful news of her death occurred a year later, effectively in a car accident, as she apparently predicted in her letter, although so far it has not been proven that the news is authentic has left many wondering if Diana really knew what would happen to her.
Paul Burrell published the book “A Royal Duty”, in it appears the writing of Harry and William’s mother, however, the authenticity of the letter was questioned in 2007 because they did not believe that she had written it.
“Paul Burrell was perfectly capable of imitating the handwriting of Princess Diana. I don’t think she feared for her life, especially Prince Charles, the future king of her country,” Lucia Flecha da Lima, a close friend of Lady Di, shared for The Telegraph. .