Following the terrible death of Princess Diana, many theories and investigations have come to light, one such investigation, backed by French journalist Chris Laffaille, claims that Princess Diana was 10 weeks pregnant when she died.
Princess Diana died in the car accident in Paris, France, on August 31, 1997. A really sad date for the world that mourned the People’s Princess.
Was Princess Diana pregnant when she died?
After doing an arduous investigation into the death of Princess Diana, the former reporter of Paris Match magazine, has assured that Diana was 10 weeks pregnant when she died and that the father was not her boyfriend Dodi AlFayed.
Laffaille, assures that the baby that Princess Diana supposedly carried in her womb was not AlFayed’s, whom the princess met at a later date than the beginning of the pregnancy.
Hasnat Khan, of Pakistani origin, is a heart and lung surgeon. Khan had a love affair with Diana of Wales between 1995 and 1997.
Diana met Dr. Khan when she was treating the husband of a close friend of the princess who was undergoing heart surgery. Apparently, it was love at first sight. But in the end, cultural differences drove them apart. The journalist bases his conclusions on his book “Diana: The Inquiry They Never Published”.
The mystery of Princess Diana’s pregnancy
The possible pregnancy of the princess was alleged by Dodi’s father, the Egyptian millionaire Mohamed Al Fayed, who also assured that the accident was a plan carried out by the British establishment. Those claims have fueled many theories.
According to what is explained in the book, the investigation related to a possible pregnancy was led by Professor David Cowan, at the time head of the Department of Forensic Science and Drug Control at King’s College London.
The two main lines of inquiry were:
- To check whether the blood samples taken from Diana contained any pregnancy hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG).
- To look for any evidence that she might have been taking the birth control pill.
“The results of all the tests were negative. Which meant it was extremely likely that Diana was not pregnant at the time of her death and that she had not been taking birth control pills. (…) The results were in line with the evidence of her family and friends that there was nothing to family and friends that there was nothing to suggest she was pregnant,” reveals the author. pregnant.”
However, the French journalist Chris Laffaille, argues that there are still “many unanswered questions” surrounding the accident, mainly on the subject of Princess Diana’s pregnancy.
“It is almost certain that Diana was pregnant with nine to 10 weeks when she died, according to documents from the records of the Hospital Public Hospital of Paris” explained the journalist.