Published: Dec 17, 2007
Princess Diana Letter Online, Dodi Fayed Dumped Kelly Fisher?
by Mitch Marconi

Princess Diana's letters to "Darling Dodi" Al Fayed were disseminated on Friday at the British inquest into the her death, giving us a look into the passion of a new romance that ended in a mangled car wreck in Paris.

Princess Diana Letter - Darling DodiDiana and Dodi Fayed died from a car crash in the early hours of Aug. 31, 1997. French and British police say driver Henri Paul was well over the legal alcohol limit.

The image to the left is from evidence presented at the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in London, on Thursday, December 13, 2007. The photo is a picture of a correspondence shown to the inquest at the High Court in London.

In a letter thanking Fayed for a six-day holiday on his yacht in the summer of 1997, Diana wrote: "This comes with all the love in the world and as always a million heartfelt thanks for bringing such joy into this chick's life."

Kelly Fisher - Dodi Fayed's former girlfriend - who once thought she would marry him, told the inquest about the abrupt ending of her affair with Fayed, when she was kicked out of her Los Angeles home and learned from a friend that he had become involved with the princess.
By July 1997, Fisher said, the relationship was not going particularly well, although she still hoped for a August wedding. She said they had already bought a house in Malibu to share after their marriage, with money Fayed said he inherited from his mother.

But when she returned to California in August, Fisher said she was told by a man there to vacate, as it was Mohamed Al Fayed's house.

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