Boy, 4, claims to be Princess Diana reincarnated and can eerily recall details from her life that happened DECADES before he was born – The Sun
AN AUSSIE television presenter has revealed that his four-year-old son bizarrely believes he is the reincarnated embodiment of Princess Diana.
Billy Campbell, son of Australian TV personality David Campbell, was born 18 years after the princess's death in 1997.
Writing in a column for Stellar Magazine, the bemused dad wrote: “Billy (aged two at this time) pointed and said, ‘Look! It's me when I was a princess," when he spotted Diana on a card.
However, David goes on to say that the kid's obsession with Lady Di didn't stop there.
Peculiarly, Billy could apparently recount details about Diana'a life as a toddler he would refer to Princes William and Harry as his "sons" and have conversations with freaked-out family members in which he would casually mention his "boys".
Even more ludicrously, David alleges that his son would talk about Diana's brother John, who sadly died as a baby just hours after his birth.
Could he actually be the reincarnated essence of the People's Princess?
Freakishly, however, John was actually born a full year before his big sister, Diana.
David says Billy would talk about John as if he was his own brother and alleges that there is no way Billy could have known about him.
David writes: "Ok… strange, but sure, mate."
However, the Campbell family were even more taken aback when Billy "accurately described" the interior of the Queen's Christmas residence, Balmoral.
"To a Scottish friend of ours, he claimed when he was Princess Diana he used to go to a castle in that kilted wonderland. He described the castle as having 'unicorns on it' and was called Balmoral," David wrote, flabbergasted that his son somehow knew that the unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.
David alleges his boy can even recall Diana's fatal car crash – "[His mum] showed him another photo of Diana," to which Billy said: 'There's me as a princess. Then one day the sirens came and I wasn't a princess anymore.'"
Concluding his column and the bizarre tale, David asked: “Will Billy grow up and never remember this?
"Could he actually be the reincarnated essence of the People's Princess?”
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