In London Dec. 14, jurors at the inquest into the death of Princess Diana saw letters between her and Prince Phillip, who was then her father-in-law.
In letters revealed Dec. 14, the late Princess and Prince Phillip had what appears to be a sincere and heartfelt correspondence.
But for Mohammed Al Fayed, the documents may not be enough.
He claims the royal family was against Princess Diana dating his son, Dodi And that Prince Philip orchestrated the car crash in Paris that killed them.
The correspondence between Princess Diana and Prince Phillip stopped after her divorce from Charles.
"He was always fond of her. As the Queen was fond of her. These letters will finally nail that myth that he was the enemy," said Dickie Arbiter, the Queen's former secretary.
Aiming to prove Diana's love for Dodi, Al Fayed submitted letters from Diana thanking him for bringing joy into his son's life.