Boy who claimed to be Princess Diana gave eerie eight-word reaction to her pics

A young lad shocked his father after claiming he was Princess Diana reincarnated.

Australian television personality David Campbell previously opened up about his son Billy's bizarre assertion.

Writing in Stellar Magazine in 2019, David said Billy started professing to be Lady Di when he was two-years-old. He apparently remained convinced of it for a further two years.

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The dad described the article as the "weirdest" thing he had ever written, explaining it all began when someone gave his wife Lisa a card with Diana on it.

Two-year-old Billy pointed at the image and gave an eerie eight-word response: "Look! It's me when I was a princess."

Even weirder still, Billy was seemingly aware of Prince William and Prince Harry too.

David wrote his son started to talk about "his two boys". He said: "When asked what boys, our then three-year-old would say his 'sons'. Ok… strange, but sure, mate."

And that wasn't the end of it. David said his son told a Scottish friend of theirs that he was Diana and explained "he used to go to a castle in that kilted wonderland". Billy apparently claimed the castle had "unicorns on it" and said it "was called Balmoral".

David wrote: "The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland and there are unicorns on the walls, how does he know this?"

The most spooky moment came when Billy referred to Diana's death in Paris in 1997. After being shown another picture he apparently said: "Then one day the sirens came and I wasn't a princess any more."

David asked: "Here is a child with no knowledge whatsoever of the monarchy. How could he?"

Concluding the column he said: “Will Billy grow up and never remember this? Could he actually be the reincarnated essence of the People's Princess?”

Since the 2019 declaration it appears the boy hasn't said anything else about the reincarnation.

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