Sarah Spencer is the name of the alleged hidden daughter of Princess Diana of Wales and the now King of England, King Charles III. The theory signals that she would have been born before William and Harry and has had to live in the low profile to prevent suspicions of her existence.
As told by the report made by American newsletter The Globe, Sarah Spencer would be the older sister of the two princess William and Harry, and she would be the result of an assisted fertilization process and would have been born 8 months before the announcement of the pregnancy of Princess Diana and King Charles III first born.
The Globe claims that when Charles and Diana got compromised, the Royal Family had to make sure that she was in fact a fertile woman, as she would need to continue the descendance of The Crown. For the sole purpose of verification, Diana of Wales was medically intervened to harvest some of her eggs to be fertilized with the sperm of the son of late Queen Elizabeth II.
The theory also claims that the fertilized eggs were supposed to be destroyed, but it was replaced by a medical employee for another egg that was actually destroyed, but Diana’s egg was preserved and kept to complete the process of the fecundation.
However, the origin of Sarah was never revealed to the public, around that time, it was announced that Prince William would be born, and he would be the next in line to take the throne, so Sarah’s title was no longer existent.
The Globe newsletter also revealed that Sarah Spencer never knew her origin until the tragic day of Diana’s passing on a car accident in Paris, that day she was informed that she was the first child of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
The informants also claim that until just a few years ago, Prince William was unaware of the situation, and as soon as he learned the news, started the arrangements to meet his older sister, but he was advised not to do so by the Royal Institution. Instead, his wife, Kate Middleton was sent to meet Sarah, and as they mention on their report, she was impressed by the alikeness of Sarah Spencer to Lady Di.