A new theory alleging that the British military murdered Princess Diana emerged over the weekend, just weeks before the 16th anniversary of her death in a Paris car crash. In contrast, her son, Prince William was busy talking about his baby, Prince George.Sunday People and other British publications, the theory started with a seven-page handwritten letter by the ex in-laws of a British soldier.
As royal parents Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrate the newest addition to their family, Prince George of Cambridge, the thoughts of many turn to William’s mother, Princess Diana, who died tragically in a car crash in 1997 at age 36.
At the time of her death, Diana was linked to Dodi Al Fayed, but friends told the magazine that Hasnat was the true love of her life
The late Princess Diana would go to great lengths to disguise her appearance, even dressing up as a male model to hit the gay club scene with Queen singer Freddie Mercury, says a friend.
Actor Kevin Costner is no stranger to feuds, onscreen and off. Not only is he starring in the new miniseries "Hatfields and McCoys," based on one of the longest running feuds in history, but he once unknowingly landed in hot water with the royal family, too.
Talking with "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli, Costner revealed that it was the "Bodyguard" sequel that got him in trouble with Buckingham Palace. It turns out the Oscar winner was in talks with Princess Diana about playing herself in the film around the time that she died in 1997, but the royals denied it.
Jane Carrey, Jim Carrey's daughter, was booted from "American Idol" last night. The auditions took a scary turn when Symone Black, 16, tumbled off the stage. A FOX spokeswoman said Black is fine, though she required treatment for dehydration.
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Twitter followers were outraged over the latest issue of Newsweek magazine, featuring a Photoshopped Princess Diana (whose 50th birthday would have been this Friday) and her daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, walking side-by-side.
The digitally altered image of Diana has caused much controversy, with many calling the cover "creepy," "shocking," and done in "poor taste." The Los Angeles Times asked, "Shocking, brilliant or just plain cheap?"
Following in Princess Diana's footsteps, Kate Middleton will not say the word "obey" in her wedding vows on Friday. Middleton will instead promise to "love, comfort, honor and keep" her husband. -- Daily Mail
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