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Queen Elizabeth’s reaction to Princess Diana’s fatal car crash


Queen Elizabeth’s reaction to the news that Diana had been involved in a car crash is the subject of a fresh claim.

” Diana – 7 Days That Shook The Windsors will revisit Princess Diana’s fatal crash in August 1997, airing strong comments from “people” involved in her funeral.

Channel 5 claims that Queen Elizabeth responded to the news by saying that: “Someone must have greased the brakes. They have a detailed account from the time after her death. According to Channel 5, one witness present when the Queen heard the breaking news, she mused out loudly, ‘Someone must have greased the brakes.
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“That staggering remark reveals something of the astounding and complex relationship between her and Diana.”Reports claim that Prince William, 15, initially refused to join his mother’s funeral.

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Earl Spencer, William, Harry and the Prince of Wales walked behind the funeral car
Earl Spencer, William, Harry and the Prince of Wales walked behind the funeral car
On this Prince William said: “I still find it very difficult now because at the time it was so raw. And it is not like most people’s grief because everyone knows about it.

Duke of Cambridge on his mother.

Speaking about his mother not being around today to see his wife, Duchess of Cambridge, and children, the royal continued: “I would love to have had her advice. I would love her to have met Catherine and to have seen her grandchildren grow up. It makes me really sad that she won’t, that they will never know her.”

The Queen and Queen Elizabeth at the princess’s funeral

He also said: “I want to bring up my children in a very happy, stable, secure world and that is so important to both of us as parents.

Also read: The Queen Mother didn’t allow Diana’s name mentioned after marriage to Prince Charles ended

“I want my son, George, to grow up in a real living environment. I don’t want him growing up just behind these palace walls. He has to go out there. The media will definitely try to make it harder but we will fight for them to have a normal life.”

Mourners left flowers and tributes to the princess outside Buckingham Palace        

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