Princess Diana anticipated dying in a vehicle crash two years before her tragic tragedy.
The forthcoming Discovery+ docuseries, "The Diana Investigations," goes into great detail about the terrifying revelation, which later became known as the "Mishcon Note."
Diana apparently wanted to "inform him about something that was on her mind" when she asked Victor Mishcon for a private meeting in October 1995.
Diana is reported to have said that "trusted sources," whom she would not name, had told her "that a car accident might be staged" during their talk, which Mishcon diligently recorded.
She will reportedly "either end up dead or be gravely injured," according to Diana.
Diana, Dodi Al-Fayed, and her driver Henri Paul perished in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris in August 1997 after Henri smashed their Mercedes into a pillar at 65 mph (104.6km).
In addition to being under the influence of alcohol and prescription medications, Paul was also dodging the paparazzi who were pursuing them on motorcycles.
The experts in the documentary claim that Mishcon provided Sir Paul Condon, the Metropolitan Police commissioner in London at the time, the note he took during his encounter with Diana.
The existence of the note wasn't made public until after Condon's replacement, John Stevens, took over the position because Condon had hidden it away in a safe.
“When the coroner announced his inquest, I made sure that letter was immediately given to the royal coroner, who at that time was Michael Burgess and then subsequently became Lord Justice Scott Baker,” Lord Stevens told Daily Beast.
“I saw Lord Mishcon about a month before he died, in about the spring of 2005, and he held course to the fact that he thought [Diana] was paranoid, and he hadn’t held much credence to [the note].”
Two months after divorcing Prince Charles, Diana supposedly wrote a second letter in October 1996 that mirrored a similar prophecy.
Paul Burrell, Diana's butler, wrote about the incident in his 2003 book "A Royal Duty."