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She was a mother, guide, fashion icon, humanitarian,
philanthropist and of course the Peoples Princess she was
Diana, Princess of Wales. Princess Diana is an
icon of 20th century...
She was a mother, guide, fashion icon, humanitarian, philanthropist and of course the Peoples Princess she was Diana, Princess of Wales. Princess Diana is an icon of 20th century beauty, always aware of the power of her wardrobe choices let her to communicate key messages in any event or diplomatically representing the country on official state visits.
Dianas life was as quick and captivating as a shooting star that still has a lasting legacy today. 2017 will mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana. Its been over 20 years since the Princess of Wales tragically died in a car accident at just 36, but her honor burns bright living on in her two sons, William and Harry. Her boys have become wonderful role models who have vouched to keep her memory alive.
We take a moment to look back at some of the wonderful moments in her life.
1. She danced into our lives and hearts! Nobody can ever forget when she took the stage with John Travolta in 1985 at the White House.
2. Diana was born on the 1st July in 1961. She once said, "I like to be a free spirit. Some don't like that, but that's the way I am."
3. Young William was the apple of his mother's eye. Hugs can do great amounts of good, especially for children.
4. Diana was renowned for her aid work. The Princess was a humanitarian and philanthropist. Nothing would bring her more happiness than trying to help the most vulnerable people in society. It was a goal and an essential part of her life, a kind of destiny. Whoever was in distress would call her. She would help them out.
5. Diana would have been 56 years old.
6. Diana, the Princess of Wales, will forever live on in her beautiful family and our hearts.