"This is sick": Princess Diana's friends slam Kate Middleton's mum for selling bloodied 'zombie princess' Halloween outfit

The 'zombie sleeping princess' dress is covered in fake red blood, and also shows ribcage and organs on Carole Middleton's Party Pieces website


                            "This is sick": Princess Diana's friends slam Kate Middleton's mum for selling bloodied 'zombie princess' Halloween outfit

A close acquaintance of late Princess Diana has recently slammed Kate Middleton's mother Carole Middleton for selling a Halloween costume of what appears to be a princess covered in blood. The particular children's costume has been named the 'Zombie Sleeping Princess' and can be found on sale on Carole Middleton's Party Pieces website.

According to reports by the Mirror, the dress is covered in fake red blood, and also shows the zombie princess' ribcage and organs. Simone Simmons, a psychic and friend of late Princess Diana, who died in a horrific car crash in the French Riviera in 1997, spoke to the publication about her concerns.

Lady Diana Spencer (1961 - 1997, later Diana, Princess of Wales) at a banquet given at Claridges Hotel for King Khalid of Saudi Arabia, 11th June 1981. (Getty Images)
Lady Diana Spencer (1961 - 1997, later Diana, Princess of Wales) at a banquet given at Claridges Hotel for King Khalid of Saudi Arabia, 11th June 1981. (Getty Images)

She said: "This is sicker than sick. I hope people boycott this site." Simmons also branded the dress as being "warped and twisted", along with accusing Carole's company of "scraping the barrel". Reports from the publication say that the dress is currently priced at £10.99.

The particular dress on the website comes with its own product description that says, "Our Zombie Sleeping Princess costume in pink includes a dress with chest print detail. This not-so-pretty princess costume features a blood-drenched pink silky dress with a jagged skirt."

The dress further comes with instructions that say it is not suitable for children under the age of 3, and it comes in two sizes, medium (age 7-9) and small (age 4-6). (Source: Amazon)
The dress further comes with instructions that say it is not suitable for children under the age of 3, and it comes in two sizes, medium (age 7-9) and small (age 4-6). (Source: Amazon)

"The top includes a gruesome print of the zombie princess' ribcage and organs. This princess will be the scariest princess at any Halloween party." The dress further comes with instructions that say it is not suitable for children under the age of three, and it comes in two sizes, medium (age 7-9) and small (age 4-6).

It was previously reported that Sarah Whalen, the author of the upcoming book 'Royal Vengeance', pushed the idea that Princess Diana was "gravely injured in a deliberate car wreck" and "allowed to slowly bleed to death" in the Pont de l’Alma road tunnel in Paris, France. 

Carole Middleton attends a Christmas carol concert in aid of the Henry van Strauzenbee memorial fund at St Luke's Church on December 4, 2013 in London, England. (Getty Images)
Carole Middleton attends a Christmas carol concert in aid of the Henry van Strauzenbee memorial fund at St Luke's Church on December 4, 2013 in London, England. (Getty Images)

The author also made the claim that Diana followed in the footsteps of "many royal women" who were killed as part of an "ancient cult ritual" which saw them executed. She said, "English power has always been a combination of battles. This is especially true with women…They engaged in a lot of backstabbing and often suffered execution. There is a very ancient tradition of human sacrifice in England."

In another account, she claimed that after Princess Diana's car crash, the current Duchess of Cornwall feared for her life and thought she would be next to die. Few would know this, but the Duchess of Cornwall was herself involved in a car crash only a few months prior to Princess Diana's fatal road accident in 1997, and in the incident, Camilla's Ford Mondeo was written off after it collided with another car in a Wiltshire country lane. 

Lady Diana Spencer and Camilla Parker-Bowles at Ludlow Races where Prince Charles is competing, 1980. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Archive Photos)
Lady Diana Spencer and Camilla Parker-Bowles at Ludlow Races where Prince Charles is competing, 1980. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Archive Photos)