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Princess Diana's brother is concerned about the 'truth' surrounding Kate Middleton's health scare

Princess Diana's brother is concerned about the 'truth' surrounding Kate Middleton's health scare

Princess Diana's brother, Charles Spencer, has spoken out about conspiracy theories surrounding Kate Middleton's whereabouts following her “planned abdominal surgery”.

“I'm worried about what happened to the truth,” Spencer, 59, said. He told the BBC on Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg.

Middleton, the wife of Spencer's nephew Prince William, has been the subject of online rumors since she took a break from her royal duties in January.

In a new interview with the BBC broadcast on Sunday, Spencer said: “I'm concerned about what happened to the truth.” Twitter/KensingtonRoyal
Royal watchers became concerned about Middleton's health after sharing an “edited” photo of herself and her children on March 10. Prince of Wales/Kensington Ballack/Mega

After Middleton was seen in a blurry photo taken earlier this month, royal watchers began speculating that the photo had been photoshopped.

Then, when she posted an “edited” photo of herself and the three children she shares with Prince William — Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5 — on March 10, rumors about her health swirled. Fever degree.

Middleton later admitted to faking the photo, and while Kensington Palace said in its initial statement after her surgery that the princess would not appear in public until after “Easter,” the public became more interested with each passing day.

Middleton has taken a break from her royal duties since undergoing “planned abdominal surgery” in January. Belqis Press/Abaca/Shutterstock
In his interview, Spencer compared online “conspiracy” theories to the “press intrusion” surrounding the death of his sister Diana. Steve Buck/Daily Mail/Shutterstock

Talk show host John Oliver even joked that Middleton may be “dead” and that the palace is trying to cover it up.

Spencer compared the current level of “internet conspiracy type” to the “press intrusion” surrounding the death of his sister Diana during his interview. The ex-wife of King Charles III was 36 when she died in a fatal car crash in August 1997 in Paris after being chased into a tunnel by paparazzi.

“I think it was more serious at the time,” Spencer said.

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Diana, who was married to King Charles III before her death, died in a car accident in August 1997. Getty Images
She was chased into the tunnel by paparazzi. PA images via Getty Images

“If you look at 1997 and Diana's death, I think that was so shocking, and the circumstances of her death were so shocking, that it made the industry that supports the paparazzi think more carefully about what it could and couldn't do.”

“Not because they had a moral judgment, but because it was unacceptable to the public.”


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Kensington Palace and La Middleton specifically addressed the theories surrounding its whereabouts. However, a recent report claimed that Middleton will likely address widespread concerns about her health and well-being when she returns to public service after March 31.

“I think it was more serious at the time,” Spencer said. AP
“If you look at 1997 and Diana's death, I think that was so shocking, and the circumstances of her death were so shocking, that it made the industry that supports the paparazzi think more carefully about what it could and couldn't do,” he said. Goodbad Rugby/YouTube

“I can see a world where the princess might discuss her recovery through engagements,” a royal source told The Sunday Times over the weekend, noting that she and Prince William are “at their most open” when interacting with members of the royal family. general.

“If she's going to do it, this is how she'll do it,” the insider added, noting that they will only speak when they “feel” ready.

“I expect that will be her instinct and that will be her call. They won't be in a hurry.”