Princess Diana may have leaked info to the paparazzi about Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' affair.

According to paparazzi Darryn Lyons, who earned millions from selling intimate photos of the late Princess of Wales after her death, she "subtly" hinted about the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall's romantic relationship. Before Princess Diana's personal conversations with her friend James Gilbey were leaked to the press in a 1992 scandal referred as "Squidgygate," Princess Diana reportedly said something to him about the affair.

"She knocked on my door one day and said, 'Why aren't you photographing my husband?'" Lyon recalled (via Daily Mail). "And I said, 'Why would I be photographing him? He's got big ears, a big nose and he's ugly and talks to trees' - even though I have a lot of respect for the Prince of Wales."

"It was a subtle tip-off about his affair with Camilla - about six to 12 months before Squidgygate broke," he added.

In the controversial phone call, Princess Diana told Gilbey that she could be pregnant. The latter had been affectionately nicknamed the royal "squidgy" or "squidge," leading the press to call the phone hacking scandal "Squidgygate."

Soon after, Prince Charles and Camilla's intimate calls were also leaked to the press, which was called "Camillagate." Princess Diana was reportedly aware of Prince Charles' secret phone calls to Camilla.

"It was sad in a sense for Diana of course because Camilla was always on the back of her mind," Princess Diana's protection officer Ken Wharfe said in "Robert Jobson's Royal Podcast." "At one point during this trip, Diana was aware that Charles was on the telephone to Camilla."

Lyons questioned the official details of Princess Diana's death. According to the photographer who was once dubbed as "King of the Paparazzi," the official account about the tragic accident "isn't necessarily the truth."

"Everyone says it was a tragic accident... some very strange things happened that night and I was a part of many of the strange things that happened that night," he said, though adding that he has no proof that Princess Diana was murdered.

Meanwhile, Princess Diana's former royal butler, Paul Burrell, revealed that the People's Princess suspected that Prince Charles was plotting an automobile accident to kill her. Princess Diana believed that the future king wanted her out of the way so he could marry Camilla.