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« Reply #620 on: February 28, 2018, 03:07:42 pm »

I have an old issue of Majesty Magazine that talks about that accident and creepily enough it involved a Fiat Uno
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« Reply #621 on: February 28, 2018, 05:27:15 pm »

^i know what you're talking about it was close to harbour club, no? ... i saw this article'scan few years ago in a diana fan site - funny enough there were no pics or mention of paul burell in article.... there were pics of car after accident and diana leaving some place, i dont remember if that was police... i think was around this time that camilla had her accident and then charles said was she non-negotiable... of course kanga also got her own 'accident'.... also funny enough tiggy was the only one who was NOT involved in a accident (between 1995/6)...
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« Reply #622 on: February 28, 2018, 09:37:27 pm »

^ Harbour Club in London? Burrell said basically it was in the boonies?
Crazy all those accidents the women had around the same time blink
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« Reply #623 on: February 28, 2018, 09:42:51 pm »

^yes IIRC she was wearing her gym clothes with a coach on

this comment remember the story as i do (too)

Nicola, London, United Kingdom

I read about the car crash she had in her navy blue BMW the year before she died, where she told her private secretary she thought the brakes failed and she abandoned it and walked straight to the nearest Police station. So where there three crashes?!?



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burrell again telling a story as IF he was the star - when he was NOT part of it AT ALL
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« Reply #624 on: February 28, 2018, 10:45:21 pm »

^ If that crash you all remember and are referring to is the same Burrell is talking about, then boy is he spinning the story to make himself, as you rightly say, the "star" of it and also basically Diana's "saviour" and "knight in shining armour", as if she couldn't have functioned without him by her side... Gawd. sly thumbsdown
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« Reply #625 on: March 02, 2018, 02:46:44 am »

^i know what you're talking about it was close to harbour club, no? ... i saw this article'scan few years ago in a diana fan site - funny enough there were no pics or mention of paul burell in article.... there were pics of car after accident and diana leaving some place, i dont remember if that was police... i think was around this time that camilla had her accident and then charles said was she non-negotiable... of course kanga also got her own 'accident'.... also funny enough tiggy was the only one who was NOT involved in a accident (between 1995/6)...

It does make you wonder what was going on. Somebody wanted Diana AND Cams out of the way for Tiggy to be Chuck's next wife, imo.
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« Reply #626 on: March 02, 2018, 02:23:08 pm »

And Kanga TOO! Diana wrote EXACTLY THAT in that note to her lawyer... again Burrel says she wrote that letter to him but during the inquest Patrick J and her lawyers said she took a note with that EXACT CONTENT  to her lawyer Lord Michcon bored3

in a recent Tiggy article in DM it's written Charles was being advised drop Camilla and marry Tiggy - the fact William and Harry adored her made the whole thing even more 'perfect'  stop

iirc the Mishcon note and all of accidents happened BEFORE Panorama interview
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« Reply #627 on: March 02, 2018, 02:50:27 pm »

^ Do you mean the note she wrote that someone would tamper with her brakes, to get her out of the way?
Maybe she wasn't all that crazy to think Tiggy could/ would marry Charles. I think it's quite well evident that Diana wasn't crazy and all the other shyte Charles's camp put out, but her accusations towards Tiggy never made sense to me, but maybe she was right after all?
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« Reply #628 on: March 02, 2018, 03:15:16 pm »

Mishcon note
https://wikispooks.com/wiki/The_Mishcon_Note

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1575609/Diana-police-ignored-her-crash-death-warning.html

camilla loathes tiggy too - she didnt let charles attend to her wedding nor she was invited.... eating cookies
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« Reply #629 on: March 02, 2018, 07:58:52 pm »

Christ, no wonder no sane or decent woman wanted to have anything to do with William or Harry; Diana wasn't crazy or too paranoid and I am certain that Tiggy would have reveled in being Charles' new consort.
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« Reply #630 on: March 02, 2018, 08:35:52 pm »

Charles appears to have condoned Tiggy trashing Diana's mothering. NO matter how he felt about his estranged wife, it was disrespectful to let the hireling trash the wife and mother of his children. Tiggy seemed rather vapid to me and admitted she had a crush on Charles. Charles behaved inappropriately all touchy feely with her.
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« Reply #631 on: March 02, 2018, 08:43:37 pm »

Staff in Britain seem to think they have a right to mouth of to and about their employers; even the courtiers have major attitude towards the royals, their employers.
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« Reply #632 on: March 02, 2018, 09:21:50 pm »

^^^^ From the article:
"[...] Mr Veness said the note was "potentially relevant", but nothing was done about it until 2003, after another note, written by the Princess to Paul Burrell in October 1995, was published in a newspaper.

The Princess said in the note that: "My husband is planning an accident in my car, brake failure and serious head injury."

The day after the Burrell letter appeared in a newspaper, Lord Mishcon rang the police to remind them of the existence of his own note. The police responded by passing on the note to the coroner investigating the Princess's death.

Mr Mansfield said: "I'm going to put it to you bluntly: This note would never have seen the light of day unless Paul Burrell had published his (note) and you suddenly all realized you've got a problem?"


Mr Veness said: "No. With regard to the future hearings there would have been a review, and it would have been pertinent to consider it in any discussions with the coroner."

Mr Mansfield: "Were you just sitting on this note because you knew full well that the security services or agents of the British state, maverick or otherwise, had been involved and you didn't want this investigated?"

Mr Veness said he "rejected completely" that suggestion. [...]"

Wow! It sounds very much like this was to be swept under the rug and had Burrell not blabbed, it would have never seen the light of day.
As I read in another article ages ago, if this had been Mr and Mrs Smith and such a note by Mrs Smith had popped up, in fact not only one such note, but two, then Mr Smith would have been immediately treated as a suspect and seriously looked at and investigated.

She certainly wasn't crazy and this has me now believe that she was right about Tiggy as well.

I guess Burrell blabbing a bit from time to time isn't all that bad blink

Funny how Camilla, the old mistress, is treating potential mistresses and how she's treating Tiggy. Hmmm.... More and more smoke to the fire, no?
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« Reply #633 on: March 02, 2018, 09:53:36 pm »

I don't think Burrell really is all that bad really; if not for him talking, we wouldn't know about this and certainly I don't think the nanny was entirely pure. Tiggy had no business mouthing off about Diana to the world press and was too touchy with Charles.
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« Reply #634 on: March 02, 2018, 10:14:20 pm »

^^^^ From the article:
"[...] Mr Veness said the note was "potentially relevant", but nothing was done about it until 2003, after another note, written by the Princess to Paul Burrell in October 1995, was published in a newspaper.

The Princess said in the note that: "My husband is planning an accident in my car, brake failure and serious head injury."

The day after the Burrell letter appeared in a newspaper, Lord Mishcon rang the police to remind them of the existence of his own note. The police responded by passing on the note to the coroner investigating the Princess's death.

Mr Mansfield said: "I'm going to put it to you bluntly: This note would never have seen the light of day unless Paul Burrell had published his (note) and you suddenly all realized you've got a problem?"


Mr Veness said: "No. With regard to the future hearings there would have been a review, and it would have been pertinent to consider it in any discussions with the coroner."

Mr Mansfield: "Were you just sitting on this note because you knew full well that the security services or agents of the British state, maverick or otherwise, had been involved and you didn't want this investigated?"

Mr Veness said he "rejected completely" that suggestion. [...]"

Wow! It sounds very much like this was to be swept under the rug and had Burrell not blabbed, it would have never seen the light of day.
As I read in another article ages ago, if this had been Mr and Mrs Smith and such a note by Mrs Smith had popped up, in fact not only one such note, but two, then Mr Smith would have been immediately treated as a suspect and seriously looked at and investigated.

She certainly wasn't crazy and this has me now believe that she was right about Tiggy as well.

I guess Burrell blabbing a bit from time to time isn't all that bad blink

Funny how Camilla, the old mistress, is treating potential mistresses and how she's treating Tiggy. Hmmm.... More and more smoke to the fire, no?
My point about Burrell is all he 'knows' is out of snooping around than his 'confidant spin' - it's telling himself admits he knew nothing about Panorama interview and she receiving Martin Bashir and cameras et al at KP - when he likes says nothing happened at KP without his knowing  bored3 he's a delusional bad character IMO

It's telling he never talked about his relations with Fawcett back in 1980s when he was part of staff at Highgrove

I think the most important thing he found out was this Mishcon note

When Tiggy was helping the boys with 50th birthday party of Charles, she says Camilla wasnt guest list because william and harry hadnt put camilla's name in list. Camilla liked call tiggy the hired help since the war of waleses... when harry got that strip tease at charles 50th birthday party after got so drunken it was tiggy who was taking care of him wopedo
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« Reply #635 on: March 03, 2018, 03:26:42 am »

Christ, no wonder no sane or decent woman wanted to have anything to do with William or Harry; Diana wasn't crazy or too paranoid and I am certain that Tiggy would have reveled in being Charles' new consort.

Oh yeah- Tiggy was just itching to be Chucky's next wife. I do wonder if she wasn't having an affair with him, why she burst into tears and had to helped out of the room when Diana told her she was "sorry about the baby" insinuating Tigs had been preggers and lost or aborted Chucky's baby. Now if Tigs had been innocent of anything WHY the breakdown? 
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« Reply #636 on: March 03, 2018, 03:57:32 am »

I do think that Tiggy's reaction was a bit much and Tina Brown did float the idea in her book "The Diana Chronicles" that Tiggy had had an affair with Charles. Tiggy supposedly had a three feathers pin that was a gift from Charles that both Diana and Camilla each owned.
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« Reply #637 on: March 03, 2018, 12:00:26 pm »

Christ, no wonder no sane or decent woman wanted to have anything to do with William or Harry; Diana wasn't crazy or too paranoid and I am certain that Tiggy would have reveled in being Charles' new consort.

Oh yeah- Tiggy was just itching to be Chucky's next wife. I do wonder if she wasn't having an affair with him, why she burst into tears and had to helped out of the room when Diana told her she was "sorry about the baby" insinuating Tigs had been preggers and lost or aborted Chucky's baby. Now if Tigs had been innocent of anything WHY the breakdown? 
or she's one of that women got really bad in her hormonal days or the abortion really happened... if diana was talking no sense why tiggy not only gave a big laugh? her reaction tells the whole thing IMO
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« Reply #638 on: March 03, 2018, 12:27:28 pm »

Fawcett of all people escorted her out of the room. And it was totally whitewashed how Tiggy mouthed off to the media about Diana and also was so touchy feely with Charles, kissing, hugging in public. She also smoked in front of the boys.
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« Reply #639 on: March 03, 2018, 09:10:07 pm »

I do think that Tiggy's reaction was a bit much and Tina Brown did float the idea in her book "The Diana Chronicles" that Tiggy had had an affair with Charles. Tiggy supposedly had a three feathers pin that was a gift from Charles that both Diana and Camilla each owned.
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/03/03/00/49BF70D200000578-0-image-m-25_1520038783210.jpg

camilla wasnt being neurotic at all re:tiggy IMO as well as diana wasnt being neurotic about losing her kids... tiggy was a ambitious woman  thumbsdown to her
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