Princess Diana's former bodyguard Lee Sansum shared his thoughts on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's alleged "near catastrophic" car chase in New York City.
The ex-Royal Military Police officer provided security for the late Princess of Wales and her sons Prince William and Prince Harry during the summer of 1997, prior to Diana's fatal collision that August.
In an interview with Fox News Digital, Sansum weighed in on the May 16 incident, during which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex claimed paparazzi relentlessly pursued them and Meghan's mother Doria Ragland for over two hours through the streets of Manhattan. "I think really from the information that we're reading — that is put out by the press and whoever — I think we're only getting a part of the story," he said.
Sansum continued, "Whether it's entirely the correct story, it's a version of the story. But from my experience in the past, the paparazzi, the people taking the photographs… they are so intrusive.Read more on foxnews.com