Twenty years after the death of Diana, Mohamed Fayed is convinced that his son and princess Diana were on the verge of getting engaged. It is thought that the couple were murdered by british secret services, so that it can only marry a muslim.
Princess Diana died in Paris on 31 August 1997, when the car of his driver, whose condition has aroused controversy, crashed into a column in the tunnel of the Alma bridge. She was in the company of the egyptian Dodi Al Fayed, with whom she had become close and had just spent a vacation in the south, with her children Harry and William. 20 years after the disappearance of the princess of Wales, the father of the deceased, who is now aged 88, is still not convinced of the reports of investigations into the” accident “. He thinks of a murder. A thesis that he defends tooth and nail since came years, without ever budge despite the findings of the investigation.
Mohamed Al Fayed is still confident that the couple would announce soon his engagement, reports The Sun.The announcement was to be made once you return to London. To support his convictions, the man of affairs relies on a letter from Diana to Dodi in which she thanked him for this holiday idyllic.
But this connection, if one is to believe the father of the deceased, would have strongly resented the british secret service. To support his accusations, Mohamed Al Fayed that he was denied british citizenship on two occasions by the conservative government and insists on the fact that he was muslim.
Moreover, the life of Al Fayed, owners of the Ritz or Harrods, would be displeasing to the crown… For the past 20 years, the business man never ceases to pay tribute to the memory of his son, leaves to sell to the media theories a bit crazy, like the idea that Diana was pregnant, an allegation refuted by the autopsy of the princess. Conspiracy mysterious or tragic accident, the old man never gave up, despite the recent changes to the investigation that accuses the state of the car.
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