The Bodyguard's Story : Diana, the Crash and the Sole Survivor
Diana, Princess of Wales's bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones miraculously survived the fatal car crash in Paris that seemed to plunge the entire world into mourning. At last having made a recovery from his catastrophic injuries, Trevor Rees-Jones grippingly describes his part in these astonishing events, and what really happened before, during and after the crash. Compelling, alarming and deeply moving, it is a remarkable story of courage under fire and how ordinary people react to extraordinary circumstances.
- Audio cassette
- 107 x 140 x 17mm | 124g
- 05 Apr 2001
- Orion Publishing Co
- Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
- London, United Kingdom
About Trevor Rees-Jones
Trevor Rees-Jones was born in 1968. A former soldier, he joined the security staff of Mohamed Al Fayed, the controversial Egyptian multi-millionaire owner of Harrods, and worked as personal bodyguard to his son Dodi, up to the Paris car crash which killed him and Diana. He was later party to the subsequent French investigation and resigned from his job with Fayed in 1988. He now lives in Oswestry, Shropshire. Mark Bazeley is a rising stage and screen actor shortly to star in Hearts and Bones, the new BBC series about nine young people, tagged as Friends meets This Life. On stage, he's appeared with award-winning Stephen Dillane in The Real Thing. He previously read the audio of True.