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Diana, Princess of Wales (1 July 1961–31 August 1997) was an iconic figure of the late 20th Century. She epitomised feminine beauty and glamour. At the same time, she was admired for her ground-breaking charity work; in particular, her work with AIDS patients and supporting the campaign for banning landmines. Cowboy That’s what I do I ride horses I drink and I know things poster. Married to Prince Charles in 1981, she received the title of “Her Royal Highness Princess Diana of Wales” She is the mother of Prince William and Prince Harry 2nd and 3rd in line to the throne respectively. During her life she was often said to be the most photographed person in the world, appearing on the cover of People magazine more than anyone else. Diana was born to an aristocratic family with links to the Royal Family. Her father was Edward Spencer, Viscount Althorp. Edward Spencer was a direct descendant of Charles II. Her mother was Frances Viscountess Althorp and was distantly related with the Queen Mother; she was also of American descent.
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When Diana was young, her parents divorced with her father winning a bitter battle for custody of the children. Diana grew up in the family home of Park House, before moving to Althorp in 1975. Diana was educated at Riddlesworth Hall boarding school, before spending several years at West Heath Public School in Kent. Here she did very well in sport, especially swimming. She had aspirations to become a ballet dancer, but at 5 feet 8 was deemed to be too tall. On the academic front, Diana was not bright and eventually failed all her O Levels, but despite academic difficulties, later recalled happy memories from her childhood years. After leaving the school, she got a job as a nanny and part-time cook. Later she took an assistant teaching post at a kindergarten school in Knightsbridge, London.
Diana first met Charles, Princess of Wales in 1977, when she was 16 (at the time he was dating her sister). In 1980, they met at a polo game and Charles invited her to the royal yacht Britannia in Cowes. After this was successful and they got on well, he invited her to Balmoral to meet the Queen, the Queen Mother and the Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were increasingly anxious for Charles to marry. With Diana meeting all the necessary requirements for a potential bride of the future king, the Duke of Edinburgh encouraged Charles to make a commitment. Charles proposed on 6 February 1981 and it was made official on 24 February 1981 On 29 July 1981, Diana and Charles were married at St. Paul’s Cathedral. Some 600,000 people lined the streets of London, hundreds and millions more watch on TV with an estimated one billion worldwide. It was seen as a ‘fairytale wedding’ and the general public soon warmed to the innocence and beauty of Princess Diana. Cowboy That’s what I do I ride horses I drink and I know things poster. During their marriage, they had two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. She was a devoted mother and sought to bring them up to respect diversity and the challenges of the role that was destined for them. In particular, she wanted them to have a wide experience of life and not remain closeted in royal circles. Diana often resisted royal protocols when it came to her sons.
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However, in the mid-1980s, strains started to appear in the marriage, and under much publicity, the marriage broke up leading to a divorce in 1992. Diana later said in interviews that almost as soon as they were married, Charles was in contact with Camilla Parker-Bowles and it was difficult to have a marriage with three people in it. She also said Charles only married her under pressure from his father to get married to a suitable bride sooner rather than later. After she knew Charles was being unfaithful, she began having different affairs herself — including with Captain Hewitt, whom she adored. The emotional turmoil of the marriage and breakup was difficult and Diana suffered various health problems such as bulimia, depression and a sense of inadequacy. After their official divorce on 28 August 1996, she received a reported $30 million settlement with equal access to her children. She was no longer able to use the title “Her Royal Highness” but, could keep the title “Princess.” In a BBC Panorama interview the year before, Nov 1995, she said her preference was to be “Queen of people’s hearts”