The "last photo" of Diana, Princess of Wales, taken moments after the car crash which killed her was published yesterday in an Italian magazine.
It shows the Princess being given oxygen in the Mercedes at the crash site in Paris.
The black and white picture appeared in Chi magazine, accompanying an article about a new book by French crime writer Jean-Michel Caradec'h.
Caradec'h examines the Princess's death in 1997 in his work Lady Diana: The Criminal Investigation.
The image appeared in Chi under the headline "World Exclusive: The Last Photo".
The article also included autopsy diagrams charting the injuries the Princess suffered.
Joan Berry, aged 62, from Surrey, who is joint secretary of the Diana Circle UK, said: "It's absolutely disgusting. Everyone involved in this is scum. She is being hounded from the grave, and she's not here to speak out for herself. It's because of things like this that we set up the Diana Circle, so we could speak out for her against all this rubbish."
Royalist Terry Hutt, aged 71, from Cambridgeshire, met Diana on numerous occasions through his work with disa-bled and homeless people.
He said he was "sickened" at the thought of the photo.
"It's got to a bad stage when people print something awful like this. I hope it's never shown here."
Clarence House has said it will not be commenting.
Harrods boss Mohamed al Fayed, whose son Dodi also died in the crash in Paris, said he was "sad and angry".
"The editor and the author, who probably have families of their own, have no thought for the feelings of those who loved the princess, first and fore-most her sons, the Princes William and Harry."