Report: Rees-Jones Returns to Work
LONDON (AP) _ The bodyguard who survived the Paris car crash that killed Princess Diana has returned to work, The Sun reported Wednesday.
The newspaper said that Trevor Rees-Jones, 29, was doing `light duties″ four days a week at Harrods department store.
Harrods is owned by Mohamed al Fayed, father of Diana’s companion Dodi Fayed, who also was killed in the Aug. 31 crash, along with driver Henri Paul. Rees-Jones, Dodi Fayed’s body guard, was badly injured.
``It was a low-key return to work because we didn’t want to put him under any pressure. But he has said he wants to be back full time,″ The Sun quoted an unidentified spokesman for the department store as saying.
The newspaper did not say when Rees-Jones had begun work.
The newspaper said that French surgeons carried out 15 operations on Rees-Jones’ face and chest after the accident.