The British tabloids paid more than one million dollars for that photo, an investment well worth it in view of the increased newspaper sales. However, the moment Diana died, the photo disappeared from the press. I have searched the Internet and cannot find it anywhere.
Now we know the reason: Mohammed Al-Fayed, the father of Dodi, has been bringing lawsuits and even criminal prosecutions to stop this photo from being published.
By the way, it is readily apparent that Dodi's dad reads Sam Sloan's web site. The proof of this is in an article which I wrote and posted on the web less than five hours after Princess Diana had died. Read what I wrote then and compare it with what Dodi's dad started saying several months later. Here is my essay entitled: Who Killed Princess Diana?
(I have the objectionable photo of course and I could scan it and put it up, but I am terrified that Dodi's dad will sue me or even have me arrested.)