"The princess ended up instead taking a vacation on the yacht of Harrods owner Mohamed Al-Fayed and became involved with his son Dodi, a romance that led to her death. "
A romance that led to her death? What is this, a morality lesson? "Keep it in your pants or you'll end up dead in a Paris traffic tunnel with Princess Di."
How about this: ". . . bought a Mercedes Benz, a purchase that led to her death."
Or, ". . . beef bourguignon, a dinner that led to her death."
Or, ". . . fermentation, a discovery that led to her death."