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Topics: Princess Diana

Wednesday, 7 January 2004

Underground gossip from the inquest into Diana, the Ex-Princess of Wales, suggests the person found in the car wreck, may not have been hers.

We are told that the inquest has access to documents, anonymously sent to them, bearing the letterhead of those in charge of the original inquest conducted in France. These documents show a negative match on both dental records and DNA between the body and Diana.

We asked our source at the inquest if she could give further insight as to why Diana may have faked her own death. She was sketchy but told us of some half burnt letters that had been found in the bin of her confidant Paul Burrell. These allegedly speak of a love which dare not speak its name, between Diana and Camilla Parker Bowles.

These supposed letters chart the very beginnings of their affair, outlining its blossoming, and finally speaking of the plot whereby they may escape the hustle and bustle of the press, and live together.

We are told by our informant that the two were brought together through Charles and instantly took a liking to each other. Diana, bored of Charles, had already broken her marriage vows and had illicit affairs with other men, it appears those other men weren't enough either.

We attempted to confirm the truthfulness of these allegations, however everyone we asked declined to comment.

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