Princess Diana believed that the father of Dodi al-Fayed was spying on her
Shortly before his death, Princess Diana believed that the father of her friend Dodi al-Fayda, billionaire Mohammed al-Fayd spied on her while the couple was on vacation on a yacht in the Mediterranean.This was stated by sister Diana Sarah Mccorquodale, which on Monday had testified at the trial about the circumstances surrounding the death of the Princess.At the judge's question about how did the Princess that she was being watched, sister Diane said, "She thought al Fayed senior found listening devices on the vessel". According to lady Sarah, Diana told her about their suspicions that talking on a cell phone while she was with Dodi on the yacht al-Viedow.According to Sarah Mccorquodale, Roman Diana and Dodi, if they survived, would not be prolonged. "I don't think their relationship would shed long," she said. Sarah added that Diana in conversations with her never mentioned the possibility of her engagement to Dodi or about her pregnancy.According to the sisters, Diana continued to experience strong feelings for my old friend, the doctor of Pakistani origin to Hasnat Khan. "I think that was a strong likelihood that they could get married. I don't think she believed that their relationship ended, and she was hoping that they are not ended," said Sarah, referring to Diana and Hasnat Khan.Sister Princess Diana admitted that she and their mother after the death of the Princess had destroyed many of the documents related to the deceased. "Anything with historical value, was not destroyed," assured Sarah Mccorquodale. According to her, the documents were destroyed, so as not to create future problems for princes William and Harry, sons of Diana and Charles, Prince of Wales. Source: Princess Diana believed that the father of Dodi al-Fayed was spying on her.