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Princess Diana is going to come back to life in the next 10 days, QAnon warns

Emma Guinness

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Princess Diana is going to come back to life in the next 10 days, QAnon warns

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A group of conspiracy theorists have warned that that the late Princess Diana is going to return to life within the next 10 days. Yep, really.

QAnon apparently has evidence to back up its, erm, royally bizarre claim: a post that is allegedly from the late princess, who died in a 1997 car crash.

It reads: "I spent 25 years of my life hiding, being scared, not having anyone to talk to. I did it for my children and for the people of the world."

Princess Diana and the now King Charles III on their honeymoon. Credit: Alamy / PA Images
Princess Diana and the now King Charles III on their honeymoon. Credit: Alamy / PA Images

The post, apparently from the former Princess of Wales, who passed away 25 years ago at the age of 36, promises that in the 'upcoming months' information that 'will shake your bones' will be revealed.

Well, the return of a major historical figure would certainly do just that.

This includes who really died in the Paris crash that killed Princess Diana and her partner Dodi Al Fayed.

It then asks people to join a Telegram channel where 'the truth' will be revealed in 'exactly 10 days' via a livestream.

Now, we have to admit, if this is a ploy to promote the channel, it's certainly an inventive one.

The post appears to have been created in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II's death on 8 September at the age of 96 - an event which saw Prince Charles become King Charles III.

While the exact date of the truly bizarre post is not known, it appears to have been made on either 9 September of 12 September.

The post did not go unnoticed, and it wasn't long before it went viral on Reddit and Twitter, where the majority of people mocked its absurdity.

One wrote: "i am absolutely here for Lady Di Qanon. SPEAK DIANA. SPEAK! [sic]"

"Huge if true," wrote a second, while a third joke: "I'll get the popcorn."

However, many people believed the grammatical errors in the post were the biggest red flag that it is nothing more than a bizarre conspiracy theory.

After all, Princess Diana was a lady. Oh, and like we mentioned before, she died over two decades ago.

"I would like to think that someone with the Education of Lady Diana Spencer would know the difference between 'your' and 'you're'," wrote one naysayer.

A second slammed the aged picture of Diana on Reddit, joking: "She kept the same hair style she had in the 80s and for some reason she managed to bring her princess tiara into hiding.

"This seems legit, guys!"

Replying to this, another Redditor added: "And the butt-ugly 80s dress, too. Diana would never be so unfashionable as to wear so out of date."

However, if you thought this theory was already stretched, that post isn't even all of it. Seriously.

Conspiracy theories have surrounded Diana's death for years. Credit: Alamy / Lionel Cherruault Royal Picture Library
Conspiracy theories have surrounded Diana's death for years. Credit: Alamy / Lionel Cherruault Royal Picture Library

The conspiracy theory group also believes that Barron Trump is actually Princess Diana and Donald Trump's secret child, which, in their opinion, gives him a claim to the throne.

Happy Tuesday everyone!

Topics: News, Royal Family

Emma Guinness
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