'He was a very keen lover': Princess Diana was NOT in love with Dodi Fayed, says author Stewart Pearce
LONDON, UK: This August will mark the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in Paris' Pont de l'Alma along with Dodi Fayed in 1997. A death that shocked the world, and to date people believe there was foul play, even though it has been more than two decades since the incident. However, the latest report suggests that before her death, Diana wanted to move to Malibu, California, with Dodi. "She was filled with extraordinary brio, excitement, and creativity for her future," said Stewart Pearce, who also claimed that Diana was not in love with Dodi.
According to The Sun, Pearce, who was Diana’s private voice and presence coach and who is releasing an updated version of his best-selling book 'Diana: Voice Of Change,' said that Diana and Dodi saw Malibu as their home from where Diana could do her charity work. And with Dodi's support and her connections, "she planned to use Hollywood for good causes."
Talking about Diana to the outlet, he said, "She was also very fascinated by the nature of some of the conversations with creative moguls in Los Angeles and the USA. She wanted to really move into use of film and video, because video was becoming extraordinarily successful in terms of broadcasting projects and the significant seas around the ethos around the ways we move forward. She was having fun for the first time in her life, she had matured into a level of sensuality and sexuality that all women can relate to where they feel held, trusted, considered intelligent, and there is faith in their opinions and creativities. In other words, Diana felt 99.9 percent supported by Dodi."
However, Pearce said, "As far as love was concerned, Diana was having an amazing time with Dodi. He was a very keen lover - a soft, sensitive, warm and generous individual," but, "Was Diana in love with Dodi? No. Was she pregnant with Dodi's child? No. What she did enjoy was the way she was able to be secured within the warm embrace of what he was all about. She was filled with extraordinary brio, excitement and creativity for her future." He added, "And this was particularly from the point of view that she freed herself from the restraints of the protocol within the Royal Family, so she was able through all the contacts she'd made in the prior 12 to 15 years she was able to move into her own project making. All of her own creativity came to the fore and this was particularly within the substance of her humanitarian perspective of all the charity endeavors she was involved with. But particularly dealing with the very savage cruelty that existed in land mines, leprosy and the continuing problem concerning HIV and AIDS."
Sharing more about her, Pearce said, "I believe Diana would have been one of the greatest spokespeople for moving forward and bringing about permanent peace." "She gave us faith in ourselves," he concluded.