Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Diana was lusting over an American tycoon!

One of Princess Diana's unseen last letters sensationally reveals she was lusting over an American tycoon during her fling with Dodi Fayed.

In a note penned to her chauffeur Peter Burrows only seven weeks before the Paris car crash, the doomed royal let slip her craving for Wall Street trader Teddy Forstmann.

On Kensington Palace-headed notepaper, dated July 7, 1997, she wrote: "I know that you are delivering a parcel today, alas not an American!"

The letter—written as she was dating the son of Harrods boss Mohamed al Fayed—shows how Diana was still smitten and in touch with Forstmann—worth £500 million—who had a fling with the princess after her split from Charles.

It backs up claims made by her butler Paul Burrell that the ring Dodi gave Diana before they died was NOT an engagement ring.

The startling revelation comes as the nation paid tribute to Di on the tenth anniversary of her death and shatters the myth that she had any interest in marrying playboy Dodi.