Biography of Princess Diana
Princess Diana was the beautiful English princess. She did not become a Queen of Britain, but to the people of the world she became a Queen of Hearts.
In spite of her very unhappy marriage and subsequently the divorce with Prince Charles, she remained one of the most beloved and admirable members of the Royal Family of Britain. Love, admiration and fascination of her never stopped, even after her death in a tragic car accident in 1997.
FAVOURITE QUOTE: "I don’t think many people will want me to be Queen. I do things differently – I don’t go by the rule book."
What made her so special to the world?
Biography of Princess Diana – Her Charity Work and Early Career
When at school she even won a cup for helpfulness. Her charity work began very early. As a part of the school’s charity program, Diana visited old and ill people in the town near school, talked to them and helped them with their shopping.
After having finished school she decided that she wanted to work, which was not usual at that time for a girl from an important family. She began to look after babies and small children for her sisters’ friends. Later she found a job at the Young England School for little children.
Her work made her very happy: she was calm, patient and kind with the children. Diana’s natural talent was to keep her heart open for children and give plenty of love and hugs. Later, when she becomes a Princess this wonderful quality would open the hearts of many people all over the world…
Biography of Princess Diana – The Beginning of Her Royal Life
Diana did not become a glamorous princess overnight. The first public photos of her in the newspapers showed a pretty, shy girl with a sweet smile. Making public appearances and public speaking had not been easy for Diana. She was too shy to speak in public. On one of the first public appearances with Prince Charles just before they got married, he told her to walk over to the waiting crowd and talk to them. "I can’t! I just can’t!" she said. But she had to, and gradually she found it easier and easier… She had chosen her own way to do things, and her fresh natural style appealed greatly to the public.
Soon she exceeded Charles in her popularity. "I’m sorry I’m not my wife," he said a couple of times when he made visits alone.
Biography of Princess Diana – The Queen of Hearts
Princess Diana once admitted that her work came "from the heart, not from the head." And it was not merely a part of royal protocol to her. She was not afraid of illness, nor meeting people who were dying. She was ready with a hug and kiss for everyone.
Once a man who could not see, but wanted to know what Diana was like, asked her if he could touch her face. "Of course you can," she said. He moved his hands over her face until he could make a picture of her in his head. "You are very pretty!" he said.
In 1982, the newspapers reported that Diana was working with five charities. In 1985 this number grew to eighteen. Diana frequently visited childrens’ hospitals, and often little children felt that she was their special friend.
Princess Diana once said: "I’m not frightened of dying, if I can die happy."
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