Bonnie Says: It's Disgusting That Princess Diana's Dying Face Will Be Shown In New Film — Poor Princes William & Harry!

Tue, May 10, 2011 6:33pm EST by 10 Comments

What is wrong with the film makers behind the new documentary, ‘Unlawful Killing,’ which includes a previously unseen paparazzi photo of the dying Diana’s face?

The graphic black and white photograph was taken close-up, just moments after the Mercedes carrying Princess Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed, crashed in Paris on Aug. 31, 1997.It has never been published in Great Britain or in most of the world, and I am shocked by the crassness of the film producers, actor Keith Allen and Dodi’s father, Mohamed Fayed.

Why is it in any way beneficial for anyone to see a photograph of this tragic moment, especially 11 years later? It can only cause enormous pain to those who loved Diana, especially her two sons, Princes William and Harry.

A spokesman for the princes has refused to comment but according to the Daily Mail‘s insider source, “Diana’s sons would be sickened by the news. They rather hope it would be treated with the contempt it deserves.”

The princes will never publicly comment about their beloved mother, says the Daily Mail’s source , because they view the issue as “the most intensely personal and private aspect of their daily lives.”

I can absolutely understand why they would feel so protective of their loving, beautiful mother, who died far too soon, at the young age of 36. Any child would feel that way.

The documentary itself, which will be screened at the upcoming Cannes film festival, will be painful enough for the two young princes. The 90-minute film purports that Diana and Dodi died as the result of foul play and that the six-month inquest held by the British government was a coverup. “This is the story of how the world was deceived,” claims the film’s website.

I don’t see how showing Princess Diana’s dying face is any different from releasing the photograph of OsamBin Laden dead. Both are immoral and unnecessary!

Let’s hope the film makers rethink that they’re doing , remove the photograph — and spare Prince William and Prince Harry this pain!

Do you agree Hollywoodlifers?

-Bonnie Fuller

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penguinz

Posted at 8:18 AM on May 6, 2012  

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Posted at 11:40 AM on January 31, 2012  

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Ella

Posted at 9:51 PM on May 28, 2011  

That is disgusting and immoral. Let’s say one of your parents or beloved figures in your life died, and someone went and snapped pictures of that in their final moments. Would you appreciate that? Would you WANT that in a film on a big screen, free for anyone and everyone to see? I think not. I would be suing the filmmakers if I was one of the princes.

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elle

Posted at 8:47 PM on May 15, 2011  

its been 13 yrs… not 11… i was born 8/5/97 she died 8/31/97… im 13… its been 13 almost 14 years get ur math rite

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Em

Posted at 1:18 PM on May 11, 2011  

11 years? It’s 2011, not 2008. That’s not complicated math, it’s been 14 years since she died.

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terrix2000

Posted at 1:00 PM on May 11, 2011  

Someone has problems with math, it’s 12 years later, almost 13. Also, Prince Harry gave a speech at the 2007 Memorial Service for Princess Diana. That sounds like a public speech to me. Whoever wrote this does not have their facts straight.

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kaysey

Posted at 8:50 PM on May 15, 2011  

terrix2000…its kinda funny tour criticizing them cuz u have ur facts wrong too… its been 13 almost 14 years… someone needs to go back to kindergarten math

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Alli

Posted at 8:55 PM on May 10, 2011  

you are 100% overreacting.

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Alexis

Posted at 9:49 PM on May 28, 2011  

You are 100% being beyotchy.

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anon

Posted at 5:07 PM on May 10, 2011  

Having lost my own mom who I was also very close to only a few years ago I cant imagine the pain of having pictures of her just after dying taken never mind become public! They may be public figures but it was still thier MOM and they loved her like any normal child would. Disgusting when lines like that are crossed for profit.

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