Was Princess Diana killed by British military? Scotland Yard has launched an investigation into new claims that Diana, Princess of Wales was murdered by a member of the British military. It said that it had asked specialist detectives to examine new allegations and evidence passed to it “recently”. The move was approved by Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, its most senior officer. The claims were given to the force by the Royal Military Police, after surfacing during the trial of Sgt Danny Nightingale, the SAS sniper convicted of illegal weapons possession. The dossier is said to include a claim that the SAS “was behind Princess Diana’s death”. Scotland Yard declined to confirm the content or origin of the material. Officers from the specialist crime and operations command will carry
Princess Diana Death Anniversary: Princess, Wife, Mother and Woman Whose Charm Refuses to Die Sixteen years since Princess Diana's death in a tragic car crash in Paris on 31 August, 1997, it's her charm that refuses to die. Diana, Princess of Wales, is remembered to this date with much reverence and love as she was loved in her lifetime. Beginning her career as a kindergarten teacher in 1980, Diana made into the hearts of people as she became the wife of Prince Charles in 1981, and later, mother of his two sons. Princess Diana Death Anniversary: Princess, Wife, Mother and Woman Whose Charm Refuses to Die Diana wanted to be a queen in people's hearts and not queen of Britain. "Call me Diana, not Princess Diana," she would say For Diana, an endearing wife who never wanted to leave her hu
The royal baby pictures show privilege trying and failing to look normal Say cheese! The smiles of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge say it all in their first official photographs with Prince George. Those grins say, for a start, that we are looking at an amateur photograph. No professional asks people to beam for their portraits in the toothy way the royal parents do as they pose on a lawn with their baby and a handsome dog. The photographer is the happy mum's father, Michael Middleton. Picture editors and photographers have praised his work, as the unstoppable flood of sycophancy unleashed by the royal birth continues to sweep away sanity and proportion. These are plainly amateur pictures: the Raphaelesque triangular composition (completed by the dog) is as innocent and old-fashioned as
Where Was Prince George During Prince William and Kate Middleton's Public Appearance Everyone was surprised to see Kate Middleton step out with Prince William for her first public appearance since giving birth, but one question remains unanswered: where was little Prince George? When asked how the little one, who is almost six weeks old, is doing, she said, "He's very well, thank you. He's sleeping at the moment." She added that his "grandma" was taking care of him at the time—referring to her mother, Carole Middleton. During the Duke and Duchess' outing at a running event on the island of Anglesey, the couple seemed relaxed and refreshed to be greeting the runners and residents of the town they've lived in for years.
10 Interesting facts about Princess Diana • She failed her O levels twice and often joked about her poor academic record. • Following the divorce of her parents Earl Spencer and his wife Frances, Diana's father was awarded custody of Diana and her three siblings. • Diana's maternal grandmother Lady Fermoy was lady-in-waiting to Charles' grandmother, The Queen Mother. • For her engagement, Lady Diana selected a large £30,000 (£94,800 in today's terms) by Garrard. The sparkler consisted of 14 solitaire diamonds elegantly surrounding a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire set in 18-carat white gold. It now sits on Kate Middleton's finger, of course. • Her wedding to Prince Charles on July 29, 1981 was broadcast in 74 countries and watched by 750 million people worldwide. Her funeral 16 year