The Twitteratti were dissatisfied with Prince Charles III’s accession, as anti-Charles sentiment trended with shouts, slogans, and videos.
Four days after Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at her Balmoral castle estate, with the majority of the Royal Family by her side, Twitter was abuzz with the #NotMyKing hashtag, recalling Diana’s prediction about her death. Notably, according to the plan of Royal Succession, Prince Charles became King of the United Kingdom.
Diana predicted her death.
The Twitteratti appeared dissatisfied with Prince Charles’s accession, with anti-Charles sentiment sweeping the social media platform through shouts, slogans, and videos labeled with #NotMyKing.
In his book, Princess Diana’s Butler said she had predicted her death. As detailed in the book ‘The Royal Duty,’ Butler Paul Burrell speaks of a letter she gave him in which she expressed her fear of being threatened with death and that her death would be viewed as an accident. All of this would be done so that her ex-husband, Prince Charles, could remarry.
— Jim Brennan (@camdentownjim) September 11, 2022
Throughout this, the hashtag #NotMyKing was trending on Twitter for various reasons. A video of King Charles III’s’servile gesticulation has also gone viral, with people taking to the streets to show their anti-Charles sentiment.
The Prediction Made By Princess Diana Was Not A Surprise
The threat to Princess Diana’s life was not a well-kept secret, and Ingrid Seward, the then-Editor-in-Chief of Majesty magazine, was also aware of Princess Diana’s prognosis regarding her death. Seward revealed this on Rene Syler’s The Early Show.
According to Seward, Diana stated, ‘It sounds incredibly strange saying this now, but I honestly thought there was a conspiracy to get rid of me.’ I suspected my car’s brakes had been tampered with, so I had the apartment sprayed for bugs.’
“Of course, they found nothing,” Seward explained, “but she said, ‘It sounds foolish, doesn’t it?” She thought that would happen to her the year of her divorce.”
She stated it was the worst year of her life, and Seward noticed that the Princess’s reasons for fearing her residence was bugged or her car brakes were the same as those mentioned in the Butler’s report.