British royal family conspiracy theories
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EGYPT: BELIEF THAT PRINCESS DIANA'S DEATH WAS CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY
Death of Diana, Princess of Wales conspiracy theories
In an ideal world, we wouldn't be talking about the Duchess of Sussex's newborn baby, because the Royal Family — a self-evidently pointless institution, built on hereditary privilege and an overly laissez-faire attitude towards cousin sex — wouldn't exist. But here we are, in , talking about the Royal Family. Or did she? Because in the latest addition to the many conspiracy theories involving the Royal Family, a faction of semi-literate racists are accusing Markle of actually giving birth two weeks ago, and passing off her son as a newborn in a subsequent Windsor Palace photo-call. As House of Windsor truthers go, the Markle birther theory is by no means up there with the canonical Royal Family conspiracy theories Diana was murdered; James Hewitt is Harry's real dad. But this isn't just some harmless nonsense, like the long-standing myth that Prince William was once hot or Prince Harry did anything useful in Iraq.
After , it was theorised that there was an orchestrated criminal conspiracy surrounding the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. In , a French investigation concluded that Diana died as the result of an accident. Prominent in disputing the official version of events have been the British newspaper Daily Express   and Egyptian businessman Mohamed Al-Fayed , whose son, Dodi , was Diana's boyfriend at the time and also died with her in the crash.
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Strange things go on in the comments of Mail Online.
Princess Diana's brother yesterday dismissed conspiracy theories about her death and said no one in his family was aware of plans for her to marry her lover, Dodi Al Fayed. In an interview with BBC television, Earl Spencer also said his emotional funeral speech for Diana in Westminster Abbey last September was not meant to be an attack on the stuffy ways of the British royal family. Conspiracy theories for the death of Diana and Dodi, who died in a high-speed car crash in Paris on August 31st, were given a fresh airing in a British television documentary earlier this month. The programme drew heavily on the insistence of Dodi's father, the Harrods department store owner, Mr Mohamed Al Fayed, that they were murdered because they planned to marry and that Dodi, a Muslim, was not acceptable to the British establishment. But Earl Spencer 34 said such theories made no sense. I've seen absolutely no evidence that it was anything other than an accident," he said.