I'll take anything Burrell has to say with a grain of salt. As for Bashir, he's a liar and a manipulator. Diana was definitely looking for a venue to tell "her truth" and the BBC was as prestigious as it gets. She was unstable, and my hunch is the "evidence" of plots against her were all it took for her to take the bait. Earl Spencer says that he told his sister not to believe Bashir's stories but was it what she wanted to hear? She had stated that she was afraid of the palace taking the boys away from her so that would account for her staying at KP - to be close to the boys and too close to the center of things for anything to be done to her. We'll never know what she was thinking unless her diary is published and the world can read her thoughts. That would be awful.
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