Diana doctor not asked to appear at inquest

The doctor who identified Princess Diana’s body is still shocked he has not been asked to give evidence at the inquest into her death.

Dr. Peter Wheeler, who worked as the princess’ private GP, officially identified Diana’s body when it was brought back from France following her death in Paris car crash in August 1997.

However, despite the inquest at London’s High Court already hearing from 110 witnesses, including an acupuncturist and an energy healer, since it started in October, Dr. Wheeler’s presence has not been requested.

He told the Daily Mail: “I haven’t been asked to appear. I have no idea why.”

Dr. Wheeler, who says he would have been happy to testify had he been invited, is reportedly of the opinion that Diana – whose lover Dodi Fayed was also killed in the crash – was not pregnant when she died.

Many conspiracy theorists claim Diana, who already had two sons, Princes William and Harry with ex-husband Prince Charles, was murdered because she was expecting Dodi’s baby.

Dodi’s father, Mohamed Al Fayed, has always maintained the couple were killed by the British establishment because they were about to announce their engagement and Diana being pregnant.

However, many witnesses, including a number of the princess’ closest friends, who have appeared at the inquest have dispelled the rumours and said she hadn’t planned to marry Dodi or have a baby with him.

It was also revealed she was on the contraceptive pill before she died.