Princess Diana. File
A four-year-old Australian boy has bizarrely claimed to be the reincarnation of Britain's Princess Diana.
The boy's father, a noted Australian television presenter, has said that his son believes he is the reincarnated embodiment of Diana, a UK media report said.
Billy Campbell, son of Australian TV personality David Campbell, was born 18 years after the princess's death in a car crash in 1997.
The bemused father said: "Billy (aged two at this time) pointed and said, 'Look! It's me when I was a princess'," when he spotted Diana on a card.
However, David goes on to say that the kid's obsession with Diana didn't stop there.
Even more ludicrously, David alleges that his son would talk about Diana's brother John, who sadly died as a baby just hours after his birth.
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