Reportedly, Late Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, died in the hospital after being injured in a car crash in a road tunnel in Paris. The late princess was married to Prince Charles and they share two kids – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex (former). After the tragic demise of Princess Diana, Prince Charles got married to Princess Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Princess Diana's death took the world by storm. However, her former bodyguard Lee Sansum who watched over the People's Princess, said that the public scrutiny got more unrelenting after Diana's devastating BBC interview about her royal marriage to Prince Charles.
So much so that she was 'battered into submission' by the brutal breakdown of her marriage that was being played out in public. Her ex-bodyguard revealed that the scrutiny on her marriage knocked her down and she has been screwed over badly. During the interview with The Sunday Mirror, Lee recalled one of Princess Diana's family holidays at St Tropez in July 1997, the month before she died, and said: “It was like when a fighter is knocked down for the last time and they are just done. She’d been screwed over badly."
Reportedly, Sansum, who was one of 278 witnesses who gave evidence to an inquest into the tragedy in 2008 even said how Diana's sanity was constantly questioned. He said, "A lot of people said the princess was crazy but I’m trained in various things such as human behaviour. I didn’t see any signs of the craziness she was alleged to have.
"She was just a normal person. Can you imagine being told you’re crazy but you’re not? It must be an awful feeling. She was the most balanced, lovely, caring woman. She was a wonderful mother. She was witty and fun," Sansum added. ALSO READ: Kristen Stewart’s Film Based On Princess Diana To Have No Reference Of Meghan Markle?
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