The release of a controversial documentary marking the 15th anniversary of Princess Diana's death has been scrapped after producers failed to land insurance protecting them against a whopping 87 contentious allegations.
The motion picture was directed by Keith Allen, father of singer Lily Cooper (nee Allen), and funded by Mohamed Al Fayed, father of Diana's boyfriend Dodi, who was was also killed in the 1997 car crash.
Costing £2.5 million to make, it was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 and again at the Galway Film Festival in Ireland.
But lawyers have advised that the risk of lawsuits being filed against the film is sky-high - particulay as it accuses Prince Philip of involvement, according to the Daily Mail.
Meanwhile another Diana film, 'Caught In Flight', is currently being filmed, starring an uncanny-looking Naomi Watts as the Princess of Wales herself.
Take a look at some of the first snaps from the shoot below.
PHOTOS: Naomi Watts' uncanny transformation