TWENTY years ago, Dodi Al Fayed was travelling in a car with his lover Princess Diana when they crashed in a Paris tunnel killing them and driver Henri Paul instantly. Diana’s private secretary has since claimed the princess wasn’t in love with Dodi and just wanted summer fun on his yacht. We reveal all… Who was Dodi Al Fayed? The oldest son of former Harrods owner and billionaire Mohamed Al Fayed, Dodi was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1955. His mother was Samira Khashoggi – sister of Saudi Arabian-born billionaire arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi – and his dad also owned Fulham Football Club and the Hôtel Ritz in Paris. Dodi attended schools in Paris, the exclusive Le Rosey in Switzerland and also had a brief stint at Sandhurst military academy, which Princes William and Harry also attended. He split his time between the Khashoggi homes in Paris, the Riviera, and Cairo and his father’s home in Alexandria, Egypt. When he was 15, Dodi moved to London and became a familiar face on the nightclub scene. He worked as a junior officer in the United Arab Emirates air force, stationed in London, but he soon moved into the film industry – producing films such… Read full this story
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