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Princess Diana: A Humanitarian Who Cared For Everyone

Emily Oxley, Writer

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Born nearby Sandringham, England, on July, 1st, 1961, Diana, Princess of Wales, stood as one of the British royal family’s most adored members. As a young girl, her parents divorced, and her father won custody of her and her siblings. She educated herself first at Riddlesworth Hall and later attended West Heath Boarding School.

When playing as a child with Prince Andrew and Prince Edward  while her family rented Park House at an estate owned by Queen Elizabeth 2, Princess Diana met Prince Charles during these meetings. The press and the public fascinated themselves with Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s courting, owing to Diana having an interest in fashion and pop culture. Soon, the couple married on July 29, 1981, broadcasting their wedding on live television across the globe, attracting millions of people to view the ceremony.

A year later, Princess Diana gave birth to their first son William on June 21, 1982. Two years later, she gave birth to another son Henry, better known as Harry on September 15, 1984.

As their marriage continued, it soon started to experience a difficult turn of events. On December 9, 1992, Prince Charles and Princess Diana separated from one another owing to scandalous acts, continuing with their normal daily lives. During their time separated, the press started to meddle into their affairs and cause problems, prompting the Queen to encourage them to finalize their divorce.

After their divorce, Princess Diana devoted herself to her sons and charities that helped society. She would use her international celebrity to help raise awareness about the charities that she helped.

While visiting in Paris, Princess Diana and boyfriend Dodi Al-Fayed experienced a fatal car crash on August 30, 1997. Diana initially survived the crash, but succumbed to her injuries at a Paris hospital a few hours later. French authorities investigated the crash, and found the driver had high levels of alcohol, and the pursuing photographers only aggravated the fatal crash.

Today, Princess Diana remains remembered by the people as the people’s princess, along with her son  Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, naming their daughter, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana after her.

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