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Princess Diana conspiracy theories about her death from secret baby to warning letter

9/11, JFK’s assassination or even the moon landings, there are plenty of people who have their own ideas of what exactly went down.The same is true for Princess Diana, who would have been celebrating her 61st birthday on July 1 if she hadn't tragically died 24 years ago.Her death has had a lasting and deep impact on the Royal Family, with one expert even claiming Prince Harry consults her spirit before making decisions.In the early hours of August 31 1997, the Princess of Wales died from injuries she sustained in a car crash in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris, France.Diana’s partner, Dodi Fayed, and the driver, Henri Paul were both pronounced dead as well.At least, that is the official story, but some have their own conspiracies to throw into the mix...This is one of the most well-known theories, in fact, both at the time and still to this day the paparazzi has been blamed for the crash.Some wildly believe photographers actively caused the crash because they knew it would make a good story.One specific theory believes that Diana’s Mercedes was chased and pushed by some pursuing paparazzi members.Some theorise that the paparazzi tried to create an environment in which a crash could happen, or instigated the events that led to the crash.During investigations into the crash, officials found that Diana’s car was driving faster than usual, in no small part to escape the paparazzi.However, they concluded that the pursuers were no more encroaching than usual.One of the most hotly debated conspiracy theories is that Diana was actually pregnant at the time of the crash.In fact, Mohamed al-Fayed, the father of Dodi actually believes this is the reason behind the crash because the idea of her being pregnant to him was just
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry switch between cars to evade US paparazzi
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were switching between cars in a bid to evade paparazzi in the US.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked the world in 2020 when they announced that they were taking a step back from being senior members of the Royal Family, before subsequently moving to California.Only a couple of months after their move, LA-based photographer Mark Karloff says he observed the pair using two different vehicles and believes it could have been a ploy to evade LA's relentless paparazzi.The Paparazzi Podcast host told the Daily Star: "The first one was pretty obvious when they took the dogs for a walk."The second car, photographers were telling me, as well as pictures I saw, was grey."I would think (evading paparazzi), if they have any kind of advisors suggesting anything to them, or they are thinking about it themselves, it's pretty much the logical thing to do I would think. But you need to have two to three cars on hand to push it out."That's speculation obviously, but it happens a lot among higher end celebrities."He added how the duo may have thought their "cover was blown" after first seeing images of themselves next to their car on the first occasion.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Karloff continued: "This is LA, there are probably 200 to 300 photographers around, they're really hungry for pictures right now."If they were out and about, they could expect to get it constantly if they decide to frequent any place."There are different breeds of photographers, there are photographers we would call savages that will pretty much do anything to get a picture.
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