From today's papers (as published in 'The Wrap', a payed, registered sde of the "Guardian"):
DIANA 'REVELATIONS' PROMPT CALL FOR AN INQUEST
The death of Princess Diana continues to exert a horrifying fascination for the tabloids. A rather overexcited Mirror follows up yesterday's letter from Diana - which alleged that someone, whose name has been blanked out, was plotting her death in a car crash - with a demand for an inquest. "Don't give us this silence," the paper implores, claiming that "even those who dismissed [the] conspiracy theorists now fear there may be something more to it".
Meanwhile, Paul Burrell continues his "extraordinary revelations" in what the Mirror depressingly calls the "book of the century". "She was lying there in the black dress and shoes the ambassador's wife had given to me, her hair had been beautifully blow-dried and, in her hand, she held Mother Teresa's ivory rosary beads," runs a notably tasteless headline.
The Sun is equally excited by the extraordinary revelations, and claims Prince Philip is the man whom Diana feared "wanted her dead" - a charge the Mirror takes care to avoid. The Times optimistically hopes that an inquest would "lay the myth to rest". "These seem prescient words - but was the Princess reasonably alarmed or irrationally paranoid when she wrote them?" the paper asks. "In truth, she was both a princess and a drama queen."
Guardian: A self-pitying princess, her butler, and a note that revealed her greatest fear
Mirror: DIANA LETTER SENSATION: 'THEY WILL TRY TO KILL ME'