Princess Diana was the first wife of Prince Charles of Wales. It was born of a noble British family with a royal lineage. She became a public figure in February 1981 when she became engaged to Prince Charles. Diana and Charles had two children, William and Harry. Diana was involved in real responsibilities, keeping the fort for the Queen on several occasions. His commitment and contribution to charity work has impacted many lives, especially those who were less fortunate and sick. He encountered various challenges through different stages of his life, but left a legacy that is still recognized today.
- First years of life
Princess Diana, officially known as Diana Spencer, was born in July 1, 1961, by John Spencer and Frances Roche. It takes its name from its relative, Diana Russell, Duchess of Bedford, whose popular name was Lady Diana Spencer. In 1971, his father took the title of Earl Spencer and the name of Diana became popularly known as Lady Diana. Diana began her formal education at Silfield Private School in Gayton, Norfolk, after being privately trained at home. He attended a boarding school for girls only called Riddlesworth Hall School at the age of nine. Diana had a passion for community work and was also talented in music with great skills in playing and cooking the piano.
Diana worked for various institutions that paid very low wages. He has worked as a dance instructor for various youth groups in London. She was later hired as an assistant in a kindergarten and nursery school at the Young England School in Pimlico. He also worked as a nurse for an American family living in London. Diana married Charles, the Prince of Wales in 1981 on 29th July, thus becoming the princess of Wales. It has become third in the protocol of the Order of precedence of the United Kingdom, which has had different responsibilities.
- More contributions
Princess Diana was an accomplished personality in the United Kingdom and the world at large. Diana played the role of patron of the London City Ballet in 1984. Diana visited the families of soldiers to encourage them during the Gulf War and visited several countries, including Africa and America, where she faced some of the main challenges facing the continents. It has extended a great deal of support to those suffering from serious illnesses and health-related issues including AIDS, cancer and leprosy. His charity work has extended to the awareness of animal protection and the campaign against the use of anti-personnel mines.
- The challenges
Although Princess Diana had a number of important successes, she faced various life challenges that included her parents’ divorce when she was very young. He also divorced after just five years of marriage following marital challenges that could not be resolved. On several occasions, his private life has been exposed to the public. The pictures of Princess Diana in a gym were published and the tapes of a conversation she had with Major James Hewitt were disclosed to the public.
- Death and inheritance
Princess Diana, her partner, and a driver died in August 31, 1997, after their car was involved in an accident in the Pont de l’Alma road tunnel in Paris. She was buried privately on September 6, 1997. There are various theories concerning her death. Some suggest that the accident was planned while others blame the driver for a carefree guide. She was a fashion icon whose style was admired by women all over the world. His interaction with the less fortunate, especially the sick and the poor, cannot go without mention. Several memorial sites have been built in his honor, the largest of which is at the gate of Kensington Palace.