Most of you know that Diana Spencer called herself the “Queen of Human Hearts”.
By the way, it was this nickname that stuck with her after she left for good.
But those who lived with her under the same roof called her by a completely different name.
After her divorce from Prince Charles, Kensington Palace became Diana’s main home. Along with this move, new employees entered her life, who called the princess their Lady.
This was told by the head of the princess’s security.
Collin Tebbut worked for several years as one of her most confidantes and was one of the few who was allowed to attend her private funeral at Westminster Abbey.
Speaking to The Sun, he said: “She was our boss. We were a small family of six or seven people. You know, of course, this is no longer Buckingham Palace. Therefore, she was the only one with us. She was our Lady.”
After the tragic announcement in 1997, Colin, along with other members of the princess’s family, was dumbfounded, but he realized that he had the last debt to their Lady.
So, it was he who became the man who went to Paris to pick up the body of the princess and return it to the UK.