By: Diana Avila Gutierrez January 27, 2021
Diana Frances Spencer, Princess Diana, was born on July 1st, 1961 in Sandringham, United Kingdom. Princess Diana had three siblings; two sisters and one brother. Growing up Princess Diana was very shy, but despite that she showed a passion for music and dancing. Diana loved children and became an assistant to a Kindergarten class.
Princess Diana is known for being the wife of Prince Charles, heir to the British throne. Princess Diana and Charles met when they were young kids.
Princess Diana became Princess of Wales when she married Prince Charles on 1981. Their wedding was aired worldwide on tv and about 1 billion people viewed the royal wedding. The Prince and Princess had two children; Prince William Arthur Philip Louis and Prince Henry Charles Albert David.
In 1992 Princess Diana and Prince Charles separated and in 1996 they divorced. It is said that both had affairs with different people during their marriage.
When the couple divorced Diana continued to be an important woman. Diana helped charities and dedicated her days to her sons.
On the day of August 31st, 1997 a car crash took away the life of Princess Diana. Princess Diana’s death is one of the most sad and controversial. The driver was under the influence of drugs and alcohol and was driving at a high speed. Princess Diana’s death has many theories like some believe that the royal family were the ones who arranged her death.
No matter the years that pass, Princess Diana remains a role model and an icon.
I was named after Princess Diana because my mother and grandfather liked Princess Diana and wanted to name me after a great, powerful woman. Princess Diana will never be forgotten.
“Only do what your heart tells you.” Princess Diana
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I remember this day so vividly because my mom was crying when she passed. She said she was such a wonderful woman who helped so many people and she had so much respect for her. I was just starting my freshman year of college when this happened and I remember how sad everyone was. Wonderful article!!! Keep up the great work!