Former Princess Diana’s Bodyguard Says It's Her Driver To Blame, Not Paparazzi For Her Tragic Death
August 22, 2018 17:56 By Fabiosa
The death of Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, has gathered lots of rumors around it. There were lots of people to blame but the most precious, the life of the mother of two kids, was impossible to return.
Firefighter revealed Princess Diana’s final words
One of the last people who saw Princess Diana right before her death was a firefighter, Xavier Gourmelon. According to the Sun, he claims the Princess was still conscious at the back seat of the car and her eyes were open. Here are the words she said when he saw him:
The car was in a mess and we just dealt with it like any road accident. We got straight to work to see who needed help and who was alive.
Diana said to me, My God, what’s happened?
She had a cardiac arrest and the firefighter managed to resuscitate her and thought she would be fine.
I could see she had a slight injury to her right shoulder but, other than that, there was nothing significant. There was no blood on her at all. I gave her some oxygen and my team and I stayed by her side as she was taken out of the car. It was very quick because we didn’t have to cut any of the wreckage.
However, moments later, the Princess stopped breathing.
Princess Diana’s bodyguard has another opinion on the matter what and how killed her. And while the whole world blames paparazzi, who chased her car into the tunnel for everything that happened, he has a different version. Ken Wharfe says it was the fault of the driver who had been drinking. According to Ken Wharfe:
It’s in their interest to keep Diana alive and any other member of the royal family. It’s their bread and butter.
Yes some were pursuing Diana, but there weren’t, in my view, ultimately the cause of that death.
According to uk.style.yahoo.com, the alcohol level of the driver's blood was of 0.175 grams per 100 mL. What is more, its effect was strengthened by anti-depressants and traces of an anti-psychotics found in his body later on.
Prince Harry’s version
However, it’s even Prince Harry who slams paparazzi for killing his mother. He’s revealed that in a BBC documentary, 'Diana, 7 Days'. It was the hardest thing for the Prince to understand how the people who caused her death could photograph her later, dying on the back seat of the car.
It’s hard to accept death, but no matter what was the reason for Princess Diana’s death, there’s no way we could revert the time. And the only thing left is to accept that and live on.