This Wednesday, August 31st marks the 25th anniversary of the tragic and still mysterious death of Lady Diana. To mark the occasion, Discovery Investigation is broadcasting a major double investigation this Sunday, August 28th and Monday, August 29th to clarify the circumstances of his death. In the report, a French police officer highlights the heartbreaking discovery she made at the scene of the tragedy.
25 years later, no one has forgotten that tragic day Aug. 31, 1997. This day, Diana Spencerwho divorced her husband Prince Charles just over a year ago, dies in a car accident. A drama that also moved the French very much, because in Paris the mother of Princes Harry and William lost her life, in the tunnel of Georges Pompidou Street, just under the Place de l’Alma.
At the time of the tragedy, Lady Diana was in a car with his companion, Dodi Al Fayed. But when the couple was chased by paparazzi, Their vehicle struck a wall and then a pillar at an estimated speed of between 118 and 155 km/h, while it was limited to 50 km/h on this road. Lady Diana finally died a few hours after this extremely violent crash, while her husband died immediately. Only Trevor Rees-Jones, a bodyguard, survived and is still alive today.
This piece of jewelry belonging to Lady Diana was discovered at the scene of the accident
In the documentary Mort de Lady Di: La Double Enquête, which will be broadcast on Sunday 28th August and Monday 29th August on the Discovery Investigation channel, Martine MonteilHe, chief of the criminal investigation department, looks back on the day of the tragedy. The one that was one of the first people to arrive at the scene within minutes of the accident reporting the discovery she had made at the scene. “We started finding little clues. We saw skid marks, red lights from another car. On the side we saw traces of paint”she recalled before revealing that she had come across jewelry that belonged to Lady Diana: “I even found small fine pearls that belonged to the princess”. A shocking discovery.
Lady Diana But while the pair were being chased by paparazzi, their vehicle, traveling at an estimated speed of between 118 and 155 km/h, crashed into a wall and then a pillar, while the road is limited to 50 km/h.
Lady Diana To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Lady Diana’s death, Discovery Investigation is broadcasting the documentary Mort de Lady Di: La Double Enquête this Sunday 28th August and Monday 29th August.