On what would have been Princess Diana’s 50th birthday Friday, we’ve got an exclusive morphing video showing what would have been the beautiful princess’ age progression from 1997 until now.
RadarOnline.com has also learned from an insider that Keith Allen’s documentary Unlawful Killing has been bought for distribution in several countries around the world, although it’s been banned in Britain due to the content of a controversial photograph of Princess Diana at the crash scene where she died.
“Princess Diana would be alive today according to the 11 person jury verdict of the Royal Inquest as their verdict of the fatal crash, which also killed the man she planned to marry, Dodi Al Fayed which was, in fact — UNLAWFUL KILLING,” the tagline for the controversial documentary reads.
With this spring’s royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton, many have speculated on what life would have been like for Princess Di had she not perished in the tragic 1997 crash in France.
Her close confidante Elton John said he was “sure Diana would be very, very happy about” her son’s April 29 wedding.
Another close pal of Princess Di’s, The Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, said she knows Princess Diana “would have been delighted [with Kate Middleton] because she would have got her daughter. She always wanted a little girl.”