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A Harrods salesclerk gave me directions: “Downstairs, to the right, through the shoe department.” The memorial consists of side-by-side color photos of Dodi and Diana, framed by golden interlocking *D’*s and sculpted albatross.
Set in an acrylic pyramid in front of the photographs is the famous and controversial “engagement ring” that Dodi bought Diana the day before their deaths, along with a smudged wineglass—preserved, as the inscription notes, “in the exact condition it was left on the couple’s last evening together at the Imperial Suite at the Hotel Ritz in Paris.”Mohamed Al Fayed has attempted to preserve a similarly lasting impression of his version of the relationship between Diana and his late son.
Eoghan said: "He knows how many years he has and that's a recent enough development, so he has a bucket list.
I've just learned that you need to appreciate your family and your friends and your health.
It sounds very cliched, but I guess every one goes through that same realisation at some time.
I feel like it's a gift - in that it's not my burden - but it still has enabled me to have had the realisation." The Dublin broadcaster has had his own problems in the past - engaging in self-harm when a relationship broke down a few years ago.
At 26, he was living in Ringsend, when he found himself in his bedroom one night, cutting his arm to deal with the pain of the break-up. "I guess if you were around your family, they would notice your mood or that you are withdrawing from activities but it was easy to hide [as I was] living with strangers who didn't know my routine." Describing it as akin to "overcharging an appliance that pops a fuse", he said: "I cut my upper arms, which made it easier to hide. "You focus on the physical and it's a release from another pain. I would feel like sh*t afterwards and then I would just sit there in silence for a while and kind of just recalibrate my thoughts, and then I would just go and wash myself off and pat myself down and put on a Band-Aid - it was pretty grim." Read more: Eoghan Mc Dermott: 'I went through a period of self-harming.