If Simon Charles Dorante-Day was a wild story about the Royal Family, wait until you hear about the story about King Charles III and Princess Diana’s illegitimate daughter. Her name is supposed too be Sarah and she was born in 1981, before Prince William’s birth. The story was published by gossip magazine, ‘Globe’ in 2015. A story that claims Kate Middleton visited the United States in order to meet with this alleged secret daughter.
But the account gets even wilder when you read the background of how she was born. Although the story was later debunked by Royal Family experts, there are many tropes that have been used in the past by the Royal Family in order to cover up a story. Eventually, such massive accounts end up watching the light of day almost inevitably.
How was Sarah conceived and born?
This gossip magazine alleges that Princess Diana was 19 and she was yet to marry Prince Charles at the time. Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the Royal Family wanted to know if Diana was fertile and could bring offspring to the prince. They allegedly decided to use in-vitro fertilization in order to see if her eggs were fertile. However, one of the doctors who was involved in the procedure stole both Diana’s eggs and Charles sperm.
He then supposedly used a surrogate womb in order to bring carry Sarah for 9 months. Sha was born in 1981, allegedly. When Princess Diana passed away in that 1997 car crash, Sarah feared for her life and fled to the United States. She’s lived in New England ever since, allegedly.
Quite the wild story that was massively covered at the time it was released, but it has been debunked by pretty much all reliable media outlets. The National Enquirer even ran a story of Sarah telling them that Prince Charles wanted her dead.
But that interview was erased from existence ever cince it was published. Whether this surreal tale is true or not, what matters is that it exists. ‘Globe’ even used an image of a young woman who looks a lot like Diana, but the photo does appeared doctored. What do you think?