The car in which Princess Diana passed away was a harmful insurance write-off that flipped ten times in an earlier crash, it was claimed this week. The Mercedes was left unroadworthy when it lost control over 40mph, a driver who had actually owned it informed French TV. The Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed died in a 60mph accident in a Paris tunnel on August 31, 1997. A British inquest blamed paparazzi photographers going after the car and chauffeur Henri Paul, who was speeding and over the drink-driving limitation. The Mercedes S-280 was formerly owned by a marketing executive who informed French journalists it was written off by his insurance provider, a TV documentary suggests. He stated it had been stolen from him and crashed by joyriders and his insurance providers ...
Magnifique! Dazzling Kate's the belle of the ball in Paris as she opts for THREE costume changes in a matter of hours as she and William begin their two-day Brexit charm offensive Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a glittering gala dinner in Paris on Friday night Princess Catherine opted for three different outfits throughout the day The pair arrived in Paris this afternoon to meet President Francois Hollande at the Elysée Prince William enjoyed bi-lateral talks with the French leader at start of their whirlwind 24-hour visit This visit is the first time that William and Kate have visited Paris in an official capacity Today is also the prince's first official visit to the city since his mother died there twenty years ago in 1997 It was a whirlwind day for William and
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge remember how their romance began at Paris art gallery visit The Duke of Duchess of Cambridge rekindled their shared love of art today when they visited Paris’s iconic Musee D’Orsay, which houses the largest collection of Impressionist masterpieces in the world. Perhaps mindful of the time they first met nearly 20 years ago, they looked out onto the world's most romantic city through the face of a giant clock. The couple, who met while studying for a degree in history of art at St Andrew’s University in Scotland, toured the gallery on the second day of their two-day visit to Paris. It remained open to the public throughout, prompting gasps from tourists who crowded round to take pictures and videos of the royals on their phones. Home to some of the greate