London, Jan 18 : Princess Diana told Hollywood star Barbra Streisand her royal in-laws thought she was "mad" and wanted her to have treatment, the inquest into her death has heard.
Diana's friend, Roberto Devorik, an interior designer, told the jury that the princess confided in the singer at a film premiere in February 1992, telling her that Prince Charles also agreed with the suggestion and wanted her to be treated in a home.
Devorik revealed that Diana singled out the Duke of Edinburgh as one of three people who hated her most, adding that he "wants me dead."
He also said that the princess was "worried" about death, fearing that she would be killed in a helicopter, car or plane, reports Times Online.
However, Devorik did reveal his belief that Prince Charles was the only true love in the Diana's life, adding that the princess once told him "the only man I've really loved has not loved me."
Describing one of his conversations with the princess in 1996, Devorik said that Diana named Prince Philip, Nicholas Soames and her brother-in-law, Robert Fellowes as the three people who hated her the most and want her dead.
Earlier, the inquest heard from ex-Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Condon, who insisted that Diana wouldn't have died had she accepted the protection persistently offered by his force.
He said he begged her to change her mind, adding: "Her problem with protection was, sadly, that she did not have police protection. I wish she had."
He also rejected claims that he had covered up evidence that the princess was murdered as "abhorrent" and "disgusting".