Princess Diana was extremely traumatised over her very public breakdown of marriage with Prince Charles.
An ex-bodyguard, who watched over the People’s Princess, dished she was ‘battered into submission’ by how her royal marriage crumbled proper in entrance of everybody’s eyes.
Lee Sansum, a former navy cop, stated that public scrutiny obtained harsher after Diana gave the devastating BBC interview.
During a vacation in St Tropez in July 1997 – the month earlier than she died – Sansum was there to protect Diana and her sons, “It was like when a fighter is knocked down for the final time and they’re simply performed.
“She’d been screwed over badly,” he added.
Talking about how the doomed intervew modified Diana’s life, he stated, “There are completely grounds for an investigation – she was used.”
Sansum even raised strict reservations over how Diana was always questioned for her sanity whereas she was exploited by others for their very own achieve.
He stated, “Lots of people stated the princess was loopy however I’m skilled in varied issues corresponding to human behaviour.
“I didn’t see any signs of the craziness she was alleged to have. She was just a normal person. Can you imagine being told you’re crazy but you’re not? It must be an awful feeling. She was the most balanced, lovely, caring woman. She was a wonderful mother. She was witty and fun,” Sansum continued.