KENSINGTON PALACE, LONDON – An online conspiracy theory suggests that the late Princess Diana faked her death to escape the relentless pursuit of the paparazzi.
By Hugh Dunnett, Crime Correspondent
The theory has gained traction thanks to a photograph circulating on social media, depicting Diana and her son, Prince William, in a seemingly candid moment that has sent shockwaves through the royal-watchers’ community.
The photo in question captures a heartwarming scene of Prince William protectively embracing his mother seated before him, suggesting a bond that goes beyond the mortal coil. Conspiracy theorists claim that this intimate snapshot is evidence of Diana’s ongoing existence, and that the whole tragic car crash in Paris was an elaborate ruse to liberate her from the media circus that haunted her every move.
Online forums are buzzing with speculation, dissecting the image pixel by pixel in search of the smoking gun that proves Princess Diana lives on.
Buckingham Palace has dismissed the conspiracy as “ludicrous” and “utter nonsense,” asserting that Princess Diana rests in peace. However, this hasn’t stopped internet sleuths from scrutinizing every royal appearance, perhaps hoping to catch a glimpse of a sunglasses-wearing, incognito princess.
As the rumor mill churns on, one can’t help but marvel at the power of a single photograph to spark an elaborate theory. Whether Princess Diana is truly sipping tea at Claridge’s in Groucho glasses or peacefully resting in eternal slumber, the internet remains a breeding ground for the most imaginative conspiracies.
Whatever the truth of Diana’s mortal existence, the people’s princess will continue to live on in the hearts of the British people, and undoubtedly her doting son, William.