Princess Diana’s brother raises concerns over Kate Middleton’s whereabouts: ‘I’m worried about…’

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Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer has spoken out about conspiracy theories about Kate Middleton’s stay out of the public eye following stomach surgery. “I’m worried about what happens to the truth,” Spencer, 59, told BBC’s Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg.

Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer (right), has expressed concern over the whereabouts of Kate Middleton (left) (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, Poole, File, Photo by Jeff Overs/BBC/AFP)

Rumors about Kate’s whereabouts are now spiraling out of control on social media. Kate’s surgery was announced by the palace in January. At that time it was said that she would like to keep personal information related to her health private. “It’s not that they (Kate and William) didn’t think there would be a lot of speculation and interest, but they were confident that people would give them the space they asked for, which they did for about a month,” said a friend of Said. Kate reportedly said at the time.

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The rumors intensified after her “edited” picture went viral on Mother’s Day. Friends of the Princess of Wales told the UK Sunday Times that she was “devastated” by the outcry, adding that she was now considering publicly revealing details about her health.

‘I think it was even more dangerous at that time’

Amid the rumors, late night talk show host John Oliver also made a joke suggesting that Kate may have died, and the palace is simply trying to hide it. Spencer has now compared the current level of “online type conspiracy” to the “press intrusion” surrounding Diana’s tragic death in a car crash in 1997. She was 36 years old. The accident occurred when Diana’s car was chased into a tunnel by paparazzi.

“I think it was more dangerous at that time,” Spencer said. “If I look back at ’97 and Diana’s death, I think it was so shocking, the circumstances of her death were so shocking, that it forced the industry that supports the paparazzi to really do more. Considers carefully what he can and cannot do.”

He said, “Not because he had any moral judgment, but because it was unacceptable to the public.”

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