Diana guard recalls more

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TREVOR Rees-Jones, the only survivor of the car crash that killed Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi al-Fayed, is seeking another meeting with the French judge investigating the tragedy after sessions with a psychiatrist triggered his memory of the crash, writes Suzanna Chambers.

Mr Rees-Jones, a bodyguard, said last night in a statement through his solicitors that his employers had provided him with the assistance of psychiatrists.

"I have now given three interviews to the judge. I remember very little of the final journey on August 31. In my interviews with the psychiatrist, I have remembered a little more. I am therefore having a further meeting with the judge to tell him what I remember," he said.

Mr Rees-Jones said: "I have returned to light duties at Harrods over the past few weeks. My employers have also provided me with the support and assistance of psychiatrists. I am grateful to Mr al-Fayed for the support that he has given my family and me."