British tourists killed in KZN car accident possibly related to Queen Elizabeth

British tourists killed in KZN car accident possibly related to Queen Elizabeth

- Two of the three people who died in a fatal car accident on Friday is believed to be related to Queen Elizabeth

- Louise Sword and her daughter Tabitha Sword passed away after the head-on collision

- Louise's brother is reportedly married to a cousin of Queen Elizabeth

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A car accident resulted in the loss of lives of a mother and child on Friday, 10 August in KwaZulu-Natal, and now it is reported that they were related to the queen of England.

According to TimesLIVE, a British newspaper reported that the two victims of the head-on collision were related to Queen Elizabeth.

Louise Sword 53) and her daughter Tabitha Sword was involved in a fatal crash on the N2 at Zinkwazi, north of Durban.

Alistair Sword (53) and Benjamin Sword (11), survived the car accident but were taken to hospital in critical conditions. Briefly.co.za gathered that both patients have been stabled.

It is believed Louise's brother is married to Queen Elizabeth's cousin.

It is reported that a third person sadly passed away on the scene of the accident.

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