The Daily Express newspaper has said it will not rest until it discovers the truth about the death of Kate, Duchess of Cambridge.
Although the newly-married royal is still alive, the paper‘s editor said he wanted to make sure the Express was not caught out as it was with the Princess of Wales’s death.
The paper has spent the last 14 years trying to discover the truth around the demise of Kate’s late mother in law and has still not solved the case, despite featuring it on its front page on a near daily basis.
Editor Timothy Wimothy said: “When Diana was killed in that so-called 'accident', it came totally out of the blue – we were caught sleeping and the truth has alluded us ever since.
"If we had been a bit quicker of the mark, we could have picked up some really important leads that were then lost.
“Subsequently, we’ve been left with so many questions, mainly: ‘What is the truth about Diana’s death?’, which we ask our readers regularly.
“But we won’t be making that mistake again with Kate when she goes.
"And that’s why we’ve already started looking into how and why she could die and, most importantly, how many front page stories we can squeeze out of it.”
Mr Wimothy said he had a group of reporters and photographers on motorbikes following the young duchess’ every move, night and day, to make sure the Express is on the scene when she dies.
And the paper's chiefs have also commissioned a set of commemorative front page templates ready for the sad announcement, the editor revealed.
"Having our men following her is an especially important measure when she is abroad, we all know what those foreigners are like, chasing our royals all over the place," said Mr Wimothy.
He added, "Things will be different this time, we'll make sure of it."