Inside the car were Princess Diana; her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed; Diana's bodyguard, Trevor Reese Jones; and her driver, Henri Paul.
"I didn't have time to think who she could be and I didn't recognize her," he says. "I tried to help her breathe with my respiratory bag and after a few seconds she reacted a little bit better."
As a volunteer fireman assisted Trevor Reese Jones, Dr. Maillez continued to help the dying princess. "Her face was still quite peaceful, even during the accident. Pain[ed,] but no blood on her face. No blood anywhere else. She didn't speak at all. She was in shock. She was moaning and giving some sounds, but nothing I could understand."
The next day, Dr. Maillez woke up to the shocking news that the princess had died. Although rumors persist that Princess Diana confessed she was pregnant as she lay dying, Dr. Maillez wants to set the record straight and let the world know that is not true.