Reviews - What do customers think about Diana the Killing of a Princess?
I'm on the fence Aug 27, 2007
The problem is that many people (including Diana's brother) says she had a terrible problem with lying. James Hewitt is now saying that he met Diana in 1983. I think it is very possible that Harry is NOT Prince Charles son. I am ashamed to say that I became obsessed with this case and own several dozen books on the subject. I believe that Harry already knows that he is not Prince Charles' blood son and they have already discussed that with him. And until something comes up none of the Royals have any intention of revealing this fact.
I think that Prince Charles realized from day one that Harry was not his son. If you look at the fact that Diana admitted herself that after Harry was born, she and Prince Charles never had sex again, it all falls into place, doesn't it? What would cause Prince Charles never to have sex again with his wife? Think about it!
A few wild inaccuracies wrapped up as fact. Dec 12, 2006
Nicholas Davies should have done more research for this book before commiting it to print. For a start, Diana did NOT begin her affair with James Hewitt in 1983, and he is most definitely NOT Prince Harry's father as he states. She didn't even meet the man until 1986. It is historic fact. That is pure, damaging speculation. Prince Harry is a Spencer, he gets his red hair not only from Diana's family, but also from the Windsor's Tudor blood. It has now been proved Henri Paul WAS drunk. His blood has been retested and the DNA has been linked with that of his parents and it matches conclusively. It was NOT switched. It would have been impossible for someone elses blood to match that of Paul's parents, and it was not swithched again, as it the same blood that was tested. Diana and Dodi were NOT going to marry at any stage. That is also speculation, put about by Dodi's father. Diana had told her best friend that she had no intention of ever doing so and was going to call off the relationship when they got home. She wasn't pregnant either, Mr. Fayed and Mr. Davies. Anyone reading this book should take it with a firm pinch of salt and treat it as the fairytale it is, although it DOES raise intersting questions. When the true story comes out, read that. This is NOT it. Diana's death was almost likely to have been nothing more than a tragic accident. Let's just wait and see before any more wild speculation is made like this. Books like these do not help investigations. Believe what you like, everyone has a right to their own opinion, so long as they don't put it down on paper as fact and publish it in a book, but I tend to believe the truth. This is not it.