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The Royal Family of England is remembering Late Princess Lady Diana on her 21st death anniversary. Mother of Prince William and Prince Harry and former wife of Prince Charles, lady Diana lost her life in a tragic car accident on 31st August 1999. Lady Diana was also titled ‘People’s Princess’ due to her philanthropic activities.
Lady Diana Spencer was born on July 1st, 1961 in Sandringham, into a family of British nobility with Royal Ancestry. She was educated in England and Switzerland.
Princess Diana’s life took a turn when she got engaged to a 33-year old Prince Charles in 1981. They married on July 29th at St. Paul’s Cathedral. The marriage was watched around the globe by 750 million people. Her sons, William and Henry are third and fourth in line of the monarchy.
She soon became a household name due to her immense charity work and the warmth she showed to people. She worked closely with people afflicting from HIV/AIDS and cancer and as well as mental illness.
One of her popular statement was “Nothing brings me more happiness than trying to help the most vulnerable people in society. It is a goal and an essential part of my life, a kind of destiny.”
Her marriage could not last long and the couple parted ways in 1996. Prior to her divorce Princess Diana had a struggling marital life. She claimed Prince Charles had an affair with the Camilla Parker, whom he later married after his divorce.
Princess Diana was under strict media scrutiny and by the time of her death she was having a well-publicized affair. According to many unconfirmed reports she was also expected to tie the knot soon.
Princess Kate Middleton is the eldest daughter-in-law of Princess Diana and following her is the American actress Meghan Markle, who recently tied the knot with Prince Harry.