8. French Doctors Hid Diana’s Pregnancy
Diana’s negative pregnancy tests were not convincing to some people. Doctors started the embalming process quickly after her death, which made a urine pregnancy test out of the question and could have created an excuse to claim it was a false positive.
What we must keep in mind is that the timing of the embalming was not unordinary. Diana’s injuries were consistent with the cause of death, so there was no reason for the doctors to delay.
It also isn’t standard to give deceased women pregnancy tests, so the fact that they hadn’t taken a urine sample wasn’t unusual.
7. Diana’s Driver Was an Informant for the Secret Service
Richard Tomlinson, a former MI6 officer, spread a rumor that he’d seen intelligence files for an assassination of a foreign politician in Paris that had an “eerie similarity” to Diana’s deadly crash. This led to rumors that the driver, Henri Paul, was in on the scheme and provided MI6 with information.
However, Tomlinson was known for leaking MI6 secrets and trying to ruin the organization’s reputation. He also never used Paul’s name in connection to the accident.