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I have ghost written a book about the life of Diana called  DianaThe Secret Years, by Simone Simmons with Susan Hill and published by Hardie Grant Books IBN 1 86498 046 X. Before I go on let me say that Simone Simmons is a real person, not to be confused with Phil Simmers, a nursing friend of my mother's who died recently.

All I want to say about Dianna is  that there is a strong, but not certain possibility that I was  the husband of Camilla Parker-Bowles in a former life. Yes I do know he is still alive, but that is not a problem for me. This after all, like the Holy Bible, is a work of fiction. Unless you believe in God, and Jesus, they must be.
What I can remember saying is something like "You can have her", or words to that effect when Charles indicated that he wanted to marry Camilla. The other thing I want to say is that Diana and Camilla are the same person, or same soul, different bodies. I'm still waiting for Diana to come back to life. If somebody can change from one person to another, and God knows it, why don't they have teh power to come back after death if Jesus wills it?

On 4 July 1973, Camilla married Andrew Parker Bowles, at the Guards Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London, their bridesmaids including Parker Bowles' goddaughter Lady Emma Herbert.[12] The couple had two children: Tom, born in the year after their marriage, who is a godson of Prince Charles, and Laura, born in 1978; both Parker Bowles children were raised in their father's Roman Catholic faith, although both were married in the Church of England; Tom, like his father, is in remainder to the Earldom of Macclesfield. Andrew Parker Bowles initiated divorce proceedings against Camilla following the admission by the Prince of Wales that he had conducted a long-term extramarital affair with Camilla; the couple's divorce was finalised on 3 March 1995.
Andrew Parker Bowles was born 27 December 1939 to Derek Henry Parker Bowles, a great-grandson of the 6th Earl of Macclesfield and Dame Ann Parker Bowles DCVO, daughter of multimillionaire racehorse owner Sir Humphrey de Trafford. The de Traffords are notable recusants, that is, an old English family who have been Roman Catholic for hundreds of years. His christening announcement in The Times listed his godparents as Sir Humphrey de Trafford, the Marquess of Hartington, Miss Mary de Trafford and Miss Swinnerton-Dyer.[1] Ann Parker Bowles was named a Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.
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Parker Bowles was educated at the Benedictine Ampleforth College and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He was commissioned into the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) in 1960. He was aide-de-camp to the Governor-General of New Zealand, Sir Bernard Fergusson, in about 1965. He was then Adjutant Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) 1967–1969. The regiment became The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons) 1969, and he was the Adjutant of The Blues and Royals 1969–1970. Parker Bowles was promoted to major 31 December 1971.

He was squadron leader of "B" squadron in 1972 on Exercise "Motorman" in Ulster. Later he was Senior Military Liaison Officer to Christopher Soames, Baron Soames, when he was Governor of Rhodesia during its transition to the majority rule state of Zimbabwe in 1979–1980. He was staff qualified (sq), and became a Lieutenant-Colonel 30 June 1980.

In 1981–1983 he was Commanding Officer of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. From 1987 to 1990 he was Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding the Household Cavalry and Silver Stick in Waiting to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. On 30 June 1990 he was promoted to brigadier, and was director of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps 1991–1994. He retired in 1994.

On 10 February 2005, it was announced by Clarence House that Camilla and the Prince of Wales were engaged; Camilla had been presented with an engagement ring that had belonged to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. The marriage was to have been on 8 April of that year, and was to take place in a civil ceremony at Windsor Castle, with a subsequent religious blessing at St George's Chapel. To conduct a civil marriage at Windsor Castle would oblige the venue to obtain a licence for civil marriages, which it did not have. A condition of such a licence is that the licensed venue must be available for a period of one year to anyone wishing to be married there. As the Royal Family did not wish to make Windsor Castle available to the public for civil marriages, even just for one year, the location was changed to the Windsor Guildhall. On 4 April it was announced that the marriage would be delayed by one day to allow for the Prince of Wales and some of the invited dignitaries to attend the funeral of Pope John Paul II.[21] As Charles' parents did not attend the marriage ceremony (the Queen's reluctance to attend arising from her position as Supreme Governor of the Church of England),[22] neither did Camilla's father; her children, instead, acted as witnesses of the union, as did Prince William and Prince Harry. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh did, however, attend the service of blessing, and held a reception for the newlyweds at Windsor Castle afterwards.[23] Following the wedding, the couple travelled to the Prince's country home in Scotland, Birkhall, and carried out their first public duties as a couple during their honeymoon.

We heard about Diana's death at church on Sunday, about 11 on the radio, but it didn't actually happen until about, or 2 am in France.

I was driving the car, as Henri Paul, (who lost control of the car at high speed), actually I was not drunk, I was going at speed, and  while I can't say where Paul was, I had been trough the tunnel, got to teh other side and did a 180 degree handbrake turn before going back and was coming through for teh second time when I (Paul) clipped something, possibly a white car, and crashed. Paul was killed instantly, but what a lot of people don't know is that Diana was alive and unharmed. My recollection is that I was sitting in the back seat beside Diana, who was on the left of the car, and I was Trevor Rees-Jones. There is a possibility that Rees Jones was in teh front seat, but Diana was laughing, and I put my hand inside her chest and gave her heart a squeeze. This is possibly what made her laugh. Perhaps I was Dodi, and died at that point.

Trevor Rees-Jones (also known as Trevor Rees; born 1968) is the former bodyguard of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Fayed. He was badly injured in the car accident that killed Diana, Dodi, and their driver Henri Paul. Because he suffered a head injury in the crash, Rees-Jones does not recall particulars of the accident

The whole point of the exercise is that Dodi Fayed

( son of Mohamed Al-Fayed (Arabic: محمد الفايد‎), former owner of Harrods department store and owner of Fulham Football Club and the Hôtel Ritz Paris) was having an affair with the mother of the heir to the British throne, and future head of the Church of England. This is not acceptable. Whether this is true or not, I don't know, but if it is what Diana didn't know is that she was also having an affair with Mohamed Al-Fayed, In the body of his "son". This is common practice in some religions, but when a man changes into his own son, it makes the birth process meaningless, and also makes him the husband of his own mother.
Diana will be back before Dodi, but I don't regret his loss while his father is still alive.
What teh world still does not know is that Diana was alive when she reached the hospital, and was taken into the operating theatre, where a surgeon made a neat slice straight through the middle of her heart. He was the one who murdered her, and the Queen should know who it was. Perhaps more revelations later, from either this or the other side of the grave (see Caesar, by Julius Caesar).
There will be more evelations on this practice of sharing a body with a son or a friend when I tell of my meeting with Maria Sharapova in an airport where we pplayed snap, and later in an aircraft where I gave her the cross she wears during her tennis matches.



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