Just when you thought the soppy saga had finally ground to a halt new photo evidence released today appears to show Princess Diana alive and well working in the Stroud High Street branch of Rymans the Stationers.
The People's Printer, as she has been dubbed by interbred royal pundits, can clearly be seen showcasing what appears to be a Paddington Bear stapler to a small Asian girl.
News spread like flu in a nursing home on the internet today with fans debating the validity of the snap on social replacement sites like facespace and mybook. There is even talk of mass vandalism of her central London fountain in protest of what fans of the head-tilted blue blood see as a betrayal.
Rymans have remained silent when questioned about the alleged harbouring of a monarch. They did however inform us that A4 copier paper was only 2.49 pounds per reem.
The Royal family have not yet issued a statement but waffling toby jug Prince Charles is expected to spew up a few choice words next week. Semi anti-Semitic princes William and Harry are said to be mildly ecstatic about the news.
A full princess hunt is currently underway, but sources close to the family have implied the chase may have forced her underground, possibly working night shifts in the warehouse of PC World.
The real question is however, if she is found will she want to come back?