Like Diana's sons, the thing Burrell remembers most about the princess is her "mischievous" sense of humor.
She once sent him on an errand to a nearby pharmacy to pick up a few pregnancy tests - she would later leave them for her husband to find as a little prank. One of Burrell's most surprising memories is when Diana made him drive her around London looking for prostitutes.
“She would give them money, especially when it was cold and wet, and tell them to go home," Burrell claimed in a court document. “I saw her give £50 notes to them on condition that they went home and stopped working." He says that Diana eventually became on first name basis with a few of the women, and even bought them designer Marc Jacobs clothes.
But Burrell's most scandalous memory involved sneaking Diana's lovers into the palace by hiding them in the trunk of his car. Burrell says he would tell palace guards that he was on important business for the princess, and return with a man - usually heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Khan - in the trunk of his car, so they would never be officially registered as Diana's guest.
Not only does Burrell admit to helping Diana meet her lovers in secret, he claims to have covered up her affairs as well. Speaking as a source "close to the princess," Burrell says he helped to quash rumors about her relationship with Dodi Fayed, the man who died alongside Diana in her 1997 car crash.
But Burrell's friendly relationship with the princess ended on a sour note, and to this day her sons still hold a grudge because of what he did.