Friday 11 January 2013

Why Did Queen Elizabeth's Private Secretary Lie About His Location When Diana Was Murdered?

Tony Blair's Director of Communications Alistair Campbell kindly reminded me that the Queen's principal private secretary at the time of Diana's death was at work in Buckingham Palace. My question to Sir Robert Fellowes (mysteriously awarded a peerage after executing his duties for the Royal Family) is why did he lie that he was on vacation during the period of and just after Diana's murder

It's a simple question and will require more lies to answer which suits me just fine. His name is now Baron Robert Fellowes and I want to know what he has to hide.

Update, the 2006 drama The Queen makes a glaring mistake about Robin Janvrin's role during this episode drawing attention to his actions in a none to subtle way.