Diana jury deliberates verdicts
Before they left, coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker instructed them to deliver unanimous verdicts.
The inquest into the 1997 crash in Paris that killed Diana, Dodi and chauffeur Henri Paul began six months ago to the day.
The jury will decide if the deaths were the result of an accident, unlawful killing by negligence, or unexplained, but they cannot say they were murder.
Mohamed Al Fayed - the father of the princess's companion, Dodi - and her sister, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, were among those attending London's High Court.
Coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker had already told the jurors they could not find the crash was an "unlawful killing by the Duke of Edinburgh or anyone else in a staged accident".