Delhi boss in Princess Di gaffe
New Delhi - Britain's Princess Diana may have died in a car crash in 1997, but New Delhi Commonwealth Games supremo Suresh Kalmadi thanked her for being at the opening ceremony on Tuesday.
The blundering chairperson of the organising committee made the faux pas in a press conference to update reporters on the troubled Games' progress.
"Yes, Princess Diana was there," he said before correcting himself.
"Prince Charles and (Camilla) the Duchess of Cornwall. Now they have gone off and they appreciated all the efforts made here."
Kalmadi has been the face of the Games, but was booed at the opening ceremony after a shambolic build-up.
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