On August 31, 1997, Princess Diana and her companion, Dodi Fayed, were tragically killed in a car crash in Paris. The driver, Henri Paul, was also killed in the accident. Diana’s bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, was the only survivor.

For years, the question of whether Diana was wearing a seatbelt when she died has been a source of speculation. While it is known that both Diana and Fayed were not wearing seatbelts, the answer to whether Rees-Jones was wearing a seatbelt remains a mystery.

Rees-Jones told “60 Minutes” in 2000 that he does not remember anything from the crash. According to CNN, investigators found that the car was traveling at a high speed and that the driver was under the influence of alcohol.

The lack of seatbelt use has been cited as a major factor in the severity of the crash. Seatbelts are designed to keep passengers in their seats and prevent them from being thrown around the vehicle in the event of a crash. Without seatbelts, the passengers were thrown around the car and suffered more severe injuries.

The lack of seatbelt use has been a source of controversy in the wake of the crash. Some have argued that the lack of seatbelt use was a contributing factor to the severity of the crash and that Diana and Fayed could have survived if they had been wearing seatbelts.

However, others have argued that the high speed of the car and the influence of alcohol were the main factors in the crash and that seatbelts would not have made a difference.

The truth of the matter is that we will never know for sure whether Diana was wearing a seatbelt when she died. What we do know is that seatbelts are a vital safety measure and that their use could have potentially saved Diana and Fayed’s lives.

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