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Di believed she would be killed on Angolan landmine trip, says close pal.

London, Oct. 20 ( ANI ): Princess Diana's close pal has revealed that the mum-of-two was convinced she was going to get killed during her trip to the Angolan minefield.

Diana's confidante, Simone Simmons, recalled how Diana had called her "in a terrible state" from the African country moments before she made her famous walk, the Daily Express reported.

Simmons said that the Princess of Wales was absolutely terrified and very nervous that her enemies, dubbed "men in grey suits", had arranged for live mines to be planted on the minefield to blow her up.

Simmons said that Diana wanted her to pray for her.

It was recently claimed that Princess Diana's anti-landmine campaign had led to her assassination by SAS. ( ANI )

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Date:Oct 20, 2013
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