Diana: The Ultimate Truth, a new investigative documentary that will air exclusively on Foxtel, includes former detective and award-winning investigative journalist Mark Williams-Thomas, who recounts the numerous ideas that have been proposed for how the Princess of Wales' life was cut short.

Wimbledon Star Claims He Had Extramarital Romance With Princess Diana

The documentary incorporates interviews with Diana's closest friends and confidants, many of whom talk publicly for the first time about the circumstances leading up to Diana's murder, uncovering untold realities as Williams-Thomas goes behind the scenes, raising fresh concerns.

Security and surveillance expert Grahame Harding, close friends Simone Simmons and Roberto Devorik, witness to Diana's accident Grigori Rassinier, former British police photographer Matt Sprake, and Dr. Frederik Malliez, who was present at the scene of the fatal accident, were among those interviewed.

Diana: The Ultimate Truth directed by BAFTA award winner Jemma Chisnall, will also premiere on Foxtel. The documentary weaves together a rich tapestry of archive film, images, and letters, featuring never-before-heard testimony from people closest to the Princess at pivotal points in her life, according to Scenestr.

Meanwhile, Princess Diana allegedly dated a forgotten Wimbledon star during her marriage to Prince Charles, the tennis player previously said. Britain's chances of a new Wimbledon champion were boosted on Sunday as Cameron Norrie defeated Tommy Paul to reach his first-ever Grand Slam quarterfinals.

Andy Murray, Emma Raducanu, and Heather Watson are among the other British players who have already exited this year's competition. The Royal Box at Centre Court witnessed a slew of renowned faces, including members of the Royal Family such as Zara and Mike Tindall, Princess Michael of Kent, and Katharine, Duchess of Kent, during the first week of Wimbledon. For decades, royals have attended the yearly tournament although some have shown greater interest than others.

Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, was a regular visitor to Wimbledon during the 1980s and 1990s since she was an avid sports aficionado. Although she was frequently observed in the box, it has been reported that the princess' Wimbledon ties stretched beyond the private area.

Slobodan Ivojinovi, a former tennis player, said he had a close friendship with the late Princess of Wales. The player went on to allege that the connection lasted when she was married to Prince Charles and he was seeing his then-fiancée, with whom he shared a son, Filip.

Although Diana was permitted to watch the game from the VIP seats, she decided to come down into the stands to be closer to him, according to Živojinović. The tennis player also said that his kid recalled the princess but did not trust him when he told him who she was, Express reported.

Video of Queen Elizabeth's Tribute to Princess Diana Went Viral

Meanwhile, a video showing Queen Elizabeth II's touching tribute to Princess Diana on the day of her funeral has gone popular on the social media platform TikTok. The video, which was posted on June 29 by the account "royalfamilysupporters", has been seen over 3.7 million times since it was posted. On September 6, 1997, it captured the Queen's unexpected reaction to Diana's coffin as it passed by Buckingham Palace on its way to Westminster Abbey.

The film begins with Diana on her wedding day to Prince Charles in 1981 when the new Princess of Wales demonstrates profound usual politeness to her royal mother-in-law. The queen is then shown in black outside Buckingham Palace in 1997, as Diana's coffin passes on her route to her royal ceremonial burial. When the procession went by, the Queen lowered her head in honor of the princess.

This act by the Queen was considered especially important given that, as the queen, she is not compelled to bow or show politeness to anybody, being simply the receiver of such gestures of respect. On TikTok, the video has earned over 300,000 likes, with critics applauding the Queen for her public demonstration of respect.

The Queen's impromptu show occurred at the end of a tense week in the monarchy's relationship with the public. When word of Princess Diana's sad death in a high-speed Paris automobile disaster at the age of 36 reached Britain, the Queen was staying at her Balmoral estate in Scotland, where Prince Charles, Prince William, and Prince Harry were all staying.

The Queen's immediate response was to keep her grandchildren at Balmoral to recover from the initial shock of the news and to begin to come to terms with the grief of losing their mother. However, a growing sense of resentment built from the public felt that the monarch's place was to lead the nation's mourning of the princess, who had been enormously popular.

After five days in which the monarchy was repeatedly criticized for showing a lack of compassion, the Queen and members of the royal family traveled to London ahead of Princess Diana's funeral service, as per Newsweek.