Kenisington Palace had refused to comment on a claim that Prince Diana had tested positive for the H1N1 virus in the days before she died.
The claim has re-emerged in the Spanish tabloid Magazine "Wetalka Loadsabolloks" which is very popular with the Spanish royal family. Their royal correspondent, ImaLyin Littleshit, has reportedly obtain the information from the report of the confidential autopsy that took place shortly after Diana's body was returned to London from Paris in 1997.
The report also show that Diana was not pregnant as alleged by Mohamed al Fayed, rather it is believed that she had swallowed a whole baby possibly to see what it would feel like to be pregnant again.
His spokesman said the had always suspected that the accident in which Diana and Dodie suffered fatal injuries was in fact an elaborate cover up by the British establishment. He has argued that Henri Paul was not drunk as alleged, but rather had a bit of a cold and had sneezed at the wrong moment, crashing the car.
Revelations that Diana may have had the H1N1 Virus and had possibly infected Henri Paul would seem to confirm al Fayed's theories.
Diana's friend Sir Cliff Richard agreed that Diana had been unwell in the days leading up to her death in Paris and that she had a bit of a cough on the day that she died.
Health secretary Andy Burnham dismissed claims that it is likely that people who watched "who killed Diana" on BBC 3 yesterday were more likely to contact the virus. A BBC spokesman did however acknowledge that after watching the program a number of people had rung the BBC and complained of Swine Flu like symptoms.