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Death in Paris

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At the funeral parlor Rachel overhears mention of there having been a bottle of rosé on the table when he was found. I first experienced Paris in 1971, a short trip, five, six days, organized through a school I was no longer attending. The suspect had been placed in a psychiatric hospital in 2017, and also attempted suicide that year, the prosecutor said. At the same time, the House of Windsor showed how stung it was in a statement issued by the Queen's press secretary Geoffrey Crawford. But when she overhears a mourner at his funeral describing the circumstances of his death, something sounds even stranger: a bottle of rose´ was on the dining table when he died.

An 18-month French judicial investigation concluded in 1999 that the crash was caused by Paul, who lost control at high speed while intoxicated. Her ribs and arm were fractured and her right collar bone was dislocated, and she suffered from swelling and bruising to the brain. He later stated that what he experienced after his mother's death "was very much" post-traumatic stress injury (PTSI).In 1999, a French investigation found that Paul lost control of the vehicle at high speed while intoxicated by alcohol and under the effects of prescription drugs, and concluded that he was solely responsible for the crash. A man wielding a hammer attacked a man who had fallen down, and within five to 10 minutes the police arrived, he told AFP. A rift between Prince Charles and the Queen's private secretary, Sir Robert Fellowes (Diana's brother-in-law), was reported in the media over the nature of the funeral, with Charles demanding a public funeral and Fellowes supporting the Queen's idea of a private one. More than one million bouquets were left at her London residence, Kensington Palace, [60] while at her family's estate of Althorp the public was asked to stop bringing flowers as the volume of both visitors and flowers in the surrounding roads was said to be causing a threat to public safety.

c] After leaving the Rue Cambon and crossing the Place de la Concorde, they drove along Cours la Reine and Cours Albert 1er – the embankment road along the right bank of the River Seine – into the Place de l'Alma underpass. Finally, as a compromise, the Union Flag was flown at half-staff as the Queen left for Westminster Abbey on the day of the funeral. Authorities say they are opening an investigation into five homicides, and the suspect will undergo psychiatric examination to determine the next steps. After being sedated and removed from the car at 01:00, she went into cardiac arrest, but her heart started beating again following external cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

On 7 April 2008, Lord Justice Baker's inquest into the deaths of Diana and Fayed ended with the jury concluding that they were the victims of an "unlawful killing" by Henri Paul and the drivers of the following vehicles. The pair were then notified that nearly 30 photographers were waiting outside the Ritz and decided to head to Al Fayed's apartment off the Champs Elysees instead of staying at the hotel. Princess Diana is as relevant now as she has ever been, and that is in part due to the work that her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, have done to ensure that her legacy lives on both through themselves and through their own children. Harry claims that he and his brother were planning on issuing a statement to ask jointly for the investigation to be reopened but "those who decided dissuaded us. So I knew enough when I started writing the novel to set the novel there, but I did have to go back and spend more time there.

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