Princess Diana was due home the day before she was tragically killed in a car crash in Paris, her former butler Paul Burrell has told Good Morning Britain.
Today marks 21 years since the death of the 'People's Princess' in a car crash in the French capital as she and lover Dodi Fayed tried to escape paparazzi eager to snap pictures of the couple. Images of the couple were highly prized, selling for hundreds of thousands of pounds and making front pages across the world.
In the following inquiry, the actions of the media were partially blamed for the death of the Princess.
The death sparked a change in relations between the British public and the Monarchy, signalling a watershed moment for how the Royals approached relations with the British people.