Why the Queen and Charles had huge argument about Princess Diana's body after her death

On August 31, 1997, the royal family changed forever. Princess Diana was involved in a catstrophic car accident while on holiday with her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed. Dodi and the driver Henri Paul, were killed instantly - but Diana was rushed to hospital where medics desperately tried to save her. There was nothing they could do and at 4am Princess Diana was pro

nounced dead. Prince Charles , who was on holiday with the Queen and his sons William and Harry, was the first to be told about his ex-wifes death. Princess Dianas death changed the royal family forever (Image: AFP) Read MoreRelated ArticlesChilling qu

estion Princess Diana asked her bodyguard after Gianni Versace was killed He was devastated - and knew both he and the royal family would be blamed. Tina Brown, author of The Diana Chronicles, said: Charles absolutely fell apart. He instantly knew this was a terrible thing, that he would be blamed, that they would be blamed, for the death of Diana. Both the Queen and Prince Charles agreed on one thing - Prince William and Prince Harry would be their main priority. Princes William and Harry at heir mothers funeral with Prince Charles and Dianas brother, Earl Spencer (Image: DAILY MIRROR) The Queen leaving Westminster Abbey after Dianas funeral (Image: Getty Images) The wreckage of the car Princess Diana had been travelling in (Image: AFP) Read MoreRelated ArticlesPrincess Dianas butler reveals one royal NEVER watches Queens Christmas speech Journalist and friend of the princess, Richard Kay: told Channel 5 documentary, Diana: 7 Days That Shock: The Queens view was that the boys were their main priority. They took the decision they wouldnt wake William and Harry and would wait until they woke up in the morning to tell them. This would be one of the few things the Queen and her son were to agree on following Dianas

death. Richard said: Charles took the decision that he was going to Paris to bring back Dianas body. Charles arrived at the hospital with Dianas sisters, Jane and Sarah (Image: PA) They were greeted by French President Jacques Chirac This was a surprising and brave move. He was an ex-husband, he had no right to be there other than as the father of her sons. Charles wanted to take the royal flight to Paris but the Queen wouldnt allow it. Charles fought harder for Diana than he had ever fought for her in her lifetime. The Prince of Wales refused to back down and eventually the Queen agreed to allow him to fly on the royal plane to bring his ex-wifes body back to Britain. The following morning, Charles, William and Harry, along with the rest of the royal family attended church at Balmoral 2020第67期跑狗图求解 before he took the royal plane to France with Dianas sisters, Jane and Sarah. Charles refused to back down when it came to collecting his ex-wifes body (Image: Tim Graham/Getty Images) Dianas former butler, Paul Burrell, says the prince was devastated when he arrived (Image: Daily Mirror) Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe v

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ill start in8CancelPlay now When he arrived at the hospital he was met by President Jacques Chirac. Princess Dianas former butler, Paul Burrell, was already at the hospital with some of her other closest members of staff. He told Channel 5: He was devastated. This as a woman he had loved in his own way. Charles has later described arriving at the hospital as one of the worst experiences of his life. The prince agreed for Dianas coffin to be draped with the royal standard when it was removed from the hospital. Dianas body was draped with the royal standard as it was carried from the hospital in Paris (Image: Daily Mirror) Just 16 hours after her death, Dianas body had ben brought home to Britain (Image: Daily Mirror) This was a touching tribute to his wife, who had been stripped of her royal titles following her divorce. Just 16 hours after her death, the plane carrying Princess Dianas body touched down at R

AF Northolt in Norfolk. She was finally home. Dubbed the Peoples Princess following the tragedy, Dianas death sparked a period of huge national grief. A sea of flowers was left outside Buckingham Palace and her funeral at Westminster Abbey was watched by 2.5billion people across the world. Mourners flocked to lay

tributes to Diana, who was dubbed the Peoples Princess (Image: Daily Mirror) Charles William and Harry look at the sea of flowers outside Buckingham Palace (Image: WireImage) The royal family were heavily criticised following the tragic events on Augst 31, 1997. And Prince Harry has admitted his mothers death when he was just 12 led to a period of severe de

pression and grief. Both her sons have talked about the deep imapact losing their mother at such a young age had on them both. They have now lost a huge mental health project - and so Princess Dianas legacy lives on. Read Mo

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