Next month marks the 22nd anniversary of Princess Diana's death, but her spirit lives on in her sons, William and Harry, and, if you believe in reincarnation, she also lives on in a four-year-old named Billy. Billy, who is the son of Australian singer David Campbell, thinks that he used to be the famous royal.
David wrote about his son in Stellar Magazine, calling the story the "weirdest" thing he's ever written. In it, he details how at the age of two, Billy saw a photo of Diana and said, "Look, it's me when I was a princess." Even though Billy was never told about Di's life, he later told his family about his brother, John. Billy doesn't have a brother by that name, but Diana did, though he died before she was born.
Billy also started to refer to his two "boys," and when asked about who he meant, the then three-year-old boy said his "sons."
Stranger still, Billy told his dad's Scottish friend that he used to go to a castle in Scotland, describing it as being called Balmoral and having "unicorns on it." Balmoral is the royal family's Scottish getaway and, since the unicorn is the national animal of Scotland, it does indeed have unicorns on the walls, but there is no way for Billy to have known that.
Most chilling of all came recently, when Billy discussed Diana's passing. After seeing another photo of her he stated, "There's me as a princess. Then one day the sirens came and I wasn't a princess anymore." That seems to reference August 31, 1997, the day Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris.
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