Princess Diana ‘was obsessed with the idea Prince Charles wanted her murdered’

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Princess Diana was "obsessed" with the idea Prince Charles wanted her murdered, according to a sensational new claim.

The claim has emerged in bombshell evidence given to the inquiry into Diana's interview with Martin Bashir for the BBC.

Diana, who tragically died in 1997 following a car accident at the age of 36, sat down with Martin for the shocking interview in 1995, with an enquiry now being opened into how he managed to secure the interview.

Retired Supreme Court judge Lord Dyson has interviewed 17 witnesses for the probe into the broadcaster with it now appearing that Diana was "convinced" at the time husband Prince Charles was having an affair with royal nanny Tiggy Legge-Bourke.

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According to MailOnline, witnesses claim that Martin pried on Diana's belief that Charles wanted her murdered so that he could marry Tiggy by allegedly showing her a faked abortion "receipt" ahead of the interview.

Diana was reportedly so convinced that Tiggy had fallen pregnant with Charles' baby that the Queen's private secretary Sir Robert Fellowes launched an investigation into the matter.

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She is also reportedly claimed to have approached Tiggy at a party, telling her: "So sorry to hear about the baby."

Sources have told MailOnline that Lord Dyson has started writing his report, commissioned by the BBC, with a number of claims being made during the investigation.

It is claimed that Diana was "enraged" by the "untrue and preposterous" so-called "proof" that Tiggy had had an abortion and had pulled out of the interview before Martin "fired her up with more lies" a week before filming.

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One source said Diana was "like a bull given an electric shock" days after meeting with the BBC, telling lawyers "reliable sources" has warned of an assassination plot against her, reportedly adding that the "sources" had told her the Queen would abdicate so that Charles could become King.

MailOnline has also reportedly been told that a letter from the BBC exonerating Martin was "dictated 'word for word' by the reporter himself."

A source told MailOnline of Lord Dyson's report: "He's been making really good progress. He's been going great guns and doing it a lot quicker than expected."

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