What do the following have in common?
1. Tony Blair (prime minister at the time of the death of Princess Diana),
2. Lady Annabel Goldsmith (wife of Sir James Goldsmith, who was allegedly the father of Princess Diana)
3. Jemima Khan (née Goldsmith, allegedly the sister of Princess Diana),
4. Rosa Monckton ('friend' of Diana, married to Dominic Lawson, allegedly an MI6 spy - MI6 Rosa Monckton and the Oxbridge spooks... /Diana, and the baby buried in her garden Mail Online)
None of them were invited to the Royal Wedding.
(Royal wedding: Jemima Khan, Diana )
Some Goldsmiths were invited: Kate and Gary for example.
Kate Middleton's mother was born Carole Goldsmith.
Carole's brother Gary Goldsmith was filmed giving hard drugs to an undercover reporter. (Middleton uncle drugs & vice.)
What do we know about Diana and the Goldsmiths?
Frances Shand Kydd and Diana (www.dailymail.co.uk/.)
Lady Diana's mother was Frances Shand Kydd, who was born Frances Ruth Roche.
Reportedly, Frances had Jewish origins. (Davidic Ancestry of Prince William.)
Lady Diana's father may have been Jewish.
William, may have Jewish origins.
On 7 September 2007, the Independent (Ireland) produced an article entitled: A Murky Question, by Declan Lynch
(The Mail also covered the story. Were Diana and Jemima sisters? Mail Online)Acording to Declan Lynch:
Princess Diana's father was Sir James Goldsmith.
Sir James was the son of Frank Goldsmith, the descendant of a Jewish banking family from Frankfurt.
Sir James Goldsmith who has links to the Rothschilds (Cached). He multiplied his fortune as a brash corporate raider in the United States during the 1980s (Billionaire with a Cause vanityfair.com ) "He inherited many of his traits from his father Frank Goldsmith, the descendant of a distinguished Jewish banking family from Frankfurt once as famous as the Rothschilds." (Obituary: Sir James Goldsmith - People, News - The Independent)
According to Declan Lynch:
The "Goldsmith" version "had been circulating in aristocratic circles for a long time."
Officially, Diana was the daughter of the Earl Spencer and Frances Shand Kydd.
Sources have long maintained that Goldsmith was conducting an affair with Frances around the time that Diana was conceived.
Nobody denies that the affair took place, "at a time when Frances was deeply unhappy in her marriage to the Earl, who was 'drinking heavily' and 'being beastly towards her'".
Tina Brown, author of The Diana Chronicle, suggests it was a long-running affair.
In Brown's version, there is strong support for the idea of Goldsmith being the father of Lady Diana, though she can't prove it. Zak Goldsmith, son of Sir James Goldsmith.
Diana was like her father in looks, "but also in her charisma, her sexual appetites, her madness, and her propensity for causing trouble."