6 Conspiracy Theories About Princess Diana’s Death

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Kindhearted, beautiful and smart, Diana, Princess of Wales died a terrible death in 1997. The event gave birth to many controversies, including these 6 conspiracy theories about Princess Diana’s death.

Born in July 1961 as Diana Frances Spencer, Princess Di was part of a British noble family with royal ancestry. In 1981, on July 29, Lady Diana wed the Prince of Wales at St. Paul’s Cathedral, an event that glued some 750 million people to the screens of their TVs worldwide.

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Following the wedding, she bore the titles Princess of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duchess of Rothesay and Countess of Chester. She had two sons with Prince Charles, namely William and Harry, two boys that grew up into men who inherited and embodied their mother’s kindheartedness.

Unfortunately, the marriage didn’t last. Within a few years things started to shake. Prince Charles rekindled his relationship with a former girlfriend, Camilla Parker Bowles, while Princess Diana began a new relationship as well, affairs that were revealed publicly in 1992. This was the same year that the “amicable separation” of the two spouses was formally announced. The divorce came years later, in 1996, and it carried all the legal intricacies of a royal breakup.

By the time of her death, Lady Di was in a relationship with Dodi Fayed, the son of an Egyptian billionaire. It was August 31 when the car that Diana and Fayed were in crashed into a tunnel on the Pont de L’alma in Paris. Still, her memory remains alive so many years after her death, as does her work in various fields.

The suddenness of her death gave birth to countless rumors. You can check out 6 conspiracy theories about Princess Diana’s death, as well as another list we put together regarding 6 Jesus and Christianity conspiracy theories.

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