On August 31, 1997, England's Princess Diana died unexpectedly in a horrible car crash in Paris, France about a year after her divorce from Prince Charles. Her last Will and Testament, prepared in 1993, and amended in 1996 to remove her Butler from being an Executor, essentially left everything equally to her two sons, William and Harry. However, about a year after her unforeseen death, the two Executors, her mother and her sister, sought to change her clear and unequivocal intentions to something else entirely different. How did this happen?  Her Will was very clear. She never ever requested that her possessions go to anyone else but to her two lineal descendents, William and Harry.