There is a wild story about Princess Diana and Prince Charles. Apparently the couple had a secret daughter named Sarah. What is true about this story?
Princess Diana’s death has not stopped scandalous stories and conspiracy theories about her life from coming to light. One such theory is that of ‘Sarah Spencer’, the alleged sister of Prince William and Prince Harry.
How did the story of Diana and Prince Charles’ secret daughter come about?
It all started when in 2011 the novel ‘The Disappearance of Olivia’ was published, signed by Nancy E. Ryan. The book mixed real events with fiction.
The author said that in 1980 Lady Di had some eggs stolen, which were then fertilized by Prince Charles; all this with the idea of ensuring that she had both the physical and biological qualities to beget the future heir to the crown.
The story lent itself to all kinds of speculation. The young woman was supposed to have been born eight months before Prince William.
When it comes to conspiracy theories, there is always a fine line between truth and lie. According to statements by Lady Bowker, Diana herself who was her best friend confessed that she underwent a gynecological examination before announcing her engagement to Prince Charles.
It is said that the doctor who performed the examination on the princess was George Pinker, the gynecologist of Queen Elizabeth II; however, his goal was to confirm that he would have no problem having children and not retrieving eggs, let alone fertilizing them.
Sarah Spencer’s only evidence
To date, there is only one dubious evidence: a photograph of a woman bearing a striking resemblance to Diana. But Michael Thorton, an expert on royalty, was in charge of denying the image.
He claimed that Sarah’s alleged photo was actually an edited photo of Princess Diana with Photoshop. Tests determined that Sarah’s eye makeup was identical to that of the princess, even the look was the same, as well as the nose, eyebrows and teeth, only with fewer wrinkles and fine lines.