Former Kardashian bodyguard reveals how he fought off armed robbers as they sprayed his security truck with 30 bullets in attempted ambush in South Africa
Security expert Leo Prinsloo, 52, was ambushed by a gang of armed robbers A video of the attack in South Africa and Prinsloo's escape went viral last month Now, he has given a tour of the armoured vehicle that he says saved his life 'If it wasn't for this beast, we wouldn't have had this conversation now,' he said
PRINCESS Diana penned an explosive letter claiming that Prince Charles was plotting to kill her so he could marry his sons’ nanny Tiggy Legge-Bourke, it was revealed last night. In the note, Diana predicted she would die through "brake failure and serious head injury" - just two years before the fatal car crash in Paris.
Queen Elizabeth II visited Royal Ascot without her late husband Prince Philip for the first time on Saturday. The 95-year-old monarch, dressed in powder blue, arrived by limousine into the paddock where an army band belted out a rendition of the national anthem. The crowd roared its approval as she stepped from the car at the meeting she is so closely associated with.
Prince Charles was interviewed by police over an alleged plot to kill Princess Diana, it has been revealed. Former Metropolitan Police chief John Stevens says he spoke to the Prince of Wales in 2005 as a witness during a three-year investigation into her death in 1997. According to reports in The Daily Mail, one of the key pieces of evidence in the investigation was a note left by Diana, in which she claimed to fear her death would be caused by 'brake failure and serious head injury'.
The former Metropolitan police chief John Stevens has disclosed that he questioned Prince Charles over allegations that he had plotted to kill Diana, Princess of Wales. Charles was interviewed as a witness in 2005, during a three-year investigation into Diana’s death in a Paris car crash in 1997, the Daily Mail reported.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and heir to the British throne, was reportedly questioned by a senior member of the U.K. police in 2005 about the death of his ex-wife, Princess Diana. Lord Stevens, the former commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police, has told the Daily Mail that he spoke to the prince about a note that Diana had written in 1995 saying she would die as a result of "brake failure."
ROYAL ASCOT 2021 has been a relieving return to racing following more than a year of lockdown. Express.co.uk has compiled everything you need to know about the Queen's horses, including their age, trainer and lineage. Prince Charles and Princess Anne among Royal Ascot guests Some 12,000 spectators have attended the royal races each day of the event so far, with the final day, June 19, expected to contain an appearance from Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
Charles was questioned by cops over allegations he plotted to kill Princess Diana, who died in a Paris tunnel in France in the nineties Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, was reportedly "quizzed" by police over claims the brakes failed on Princess Diana's car.
TOM PARKER BOWLES revealed the charming relationship between his own children and their step-grandfather, Prince Charles, in an eye-opening interview. Camilla does not watch The Crown says Tom Parker Bowles Tom Parker Bowles, a food writer and critic, is the Duchess of Cornwall’s eldest child from her first marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles.
I mean, for one, we all kept calling her Princess Princess Diana and Prince Charles divorced in 1996, four years after they originally separated, and two years after he admitted publicly to infidelity and Diana wore the infamous "revenge dress" aka the only good part of their marriage.
THE QUEEN'S two eldest sons, Prince Charles and Prince Andrew had a hand in ousting Her Majesty's chief adviser, a royal expert has claimed. Christopher Geidt worked as private secretary to the Queen from 2007 to 2017 - with his resignation and subsequent departure coming as a surprise to many.
A FORMER police chief has shared the full details of an interview with Prince Charles following the death of Princess Diana. Lord Stevens, the former head of Scotland Yard, revealed he was forced to question the Prince of Wales as a potential witness in his ex-wife’s death investigation as he had to “follow the evidence”.
Princess Diana wrote a note where she alleged that Charles wanted to kill her in a car crash so that he could marry Tiggy Legge-Bourke - William and Harry's former nanny Prince Charles was spoken to by police in an investigation over allegations he planned to kill Diana, said a former head of Scotland Yard.
PRINCE Charles faced questioning by police - after a bombshell note penned by Diana was found after her death. The princess claimed her then-husband was planning an accident in her car, it's alleged. 🔵 Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest updates At that time, she and Charles were separated, although not divorced.
Charles was quizzed as a witness and not a suspect Details of a police interview with Prince Charles about the death of Princess Diana have been shared by a retired senior police officer. Lord Stevens, a former head of Scotland Yard, said he had to "follow the evidence" and question the Prince of Wales about a letter written by his ex wife, who died in a Paris car crash in 1997 alongside Dodi Fayed .
SHE IS one of the most famous women of all time - with most aspects of her life public knowledge. But it is less well known that Princess Diana secretly shared with police her belief that she was psychic, and used the skill to correctly predict that Prince Charles' horse would drop down dead.
Princess Diana's former voice coach Stewart Pearce has claimed that the Prince of Wales is a 'very, very shy man' - adding that Charles' sensitive nature makes it difficult for him to deal with family tension. Princess Diana's former voice coach Stewart Pearce has claimed that the Prince of Wales can't handle Prince Harry's criticism of the royal family due to him being "immensely sensitive".
'Why do you think Princess Diana wrote this note, Sir?' When Charles was asked the killer question about Princess Diana note' to Paul Burrell alleging the Prince wanted her dead
Lord Stevens told the Mail of interrogation between himself and Prince Charles Only Lord Stevens and senior investigator, DCS Dave Douglas, knew of meeting The interview began with Stevens reading a copy of Diana's note to butler Burrell He repeated Diana's allegation that the Prince had wanted to harm or kill his wife
The surprise by-election defeat should push Boris to make post-Covid Britain a freer country I did not have a vote in Thursday’s by-election in Chesham and Amersham. If I had, I wonder if I would have been swayed by the email I received from the Conservative Party at 9.37 am on polling day.
BUCKINGHAM PALACE is the home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who up until recently, lived there with her husband Prince Philip. The incredible royal residency has been the home of the monarch since 1837. But what does it look like inside? Buckingham Palace is at the centre of the UK’s constitutional monarchy and is often the stage for major events and visits from foreign Head of States.