Had Princess Diana married her love, Mr Dodi, she would have had a child, if not several, with him. They would have been of both English royalty and Arabic and Muslim breeding. They would have likely become royalty in their own right in the Muslim world thereby bridging the two worlds of the West and Islam. This would have been had under the tutelage of Princess Di’s sway for a new breed of royalty not seen for centuries.
Princess Di would have been something more then an ‘ex’ English Princess or even more then a queen. Her draw in the Muslim world would have had the impact more reflective of a grand matriarchal Empress. The plight of her spurned love by the English Royal Family and the sense of delight that she found love at long last would have made her all the more wildly popular with the billions of Western fans she already captivated. Combined, she would have taken the hearts of half the worlds people – if not them all – for a reign never quite achieved in history of the world as we know it.
Surprising how this social political dynamic never had a greater ponderance. The prospects are as tantalizing to the fairy book story she always was while the geo-political ramifications would seem so likely to the British mind and press.
Princess Di offered the greatest prospects for expanding the reach and appeal of the British crown to Islam’s billions. In so doing, the West in general and Britain in particular, would have found a new venue with a far expanded influence beyond anything ever imagined by the West before.
How this would have played out in uniting these seemingly two apposing worlds makes for a story as fantastic as any Lord of the Rings, but more so, it would have offered the West (and the world in general) a new set of tools and interface that far accedes any of the stodgy channels we have today.
The likelihood the British Secret Services M5’s involvement at some level of Princess Di’s death portends to the short sided view of the world they rule. This is more then a narrative to all the dark sides of the British Crown or even the larger one to the cultural subplot between the patriarchal oppression of the worlds matriarchal powers, but rather, Princess Di personifies how much more powerful such matriarchal leaders are as compared their male counterparts – once unleashed to follow their hearts. Kings commands our nobility while Princess Di talked to the mythical of our inner child with all the power of a fairy mother’s command.