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Twenty-three years have passed since the death of Princess Diana, the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales and the eldest son and heir of Queen Elizabeth II. Although she has been gone for more than two decades, she is still one of the most important royal figures in modern history, in connection with which there is a lot of speculation - from the fact that her death was a tragic accident, to the fact that everything was planned and arranged.
When she married Prince Charles in the Cathedral of St. Paul, the wedding ceremony was watched by 750 million spectators around the world. Diana has been the center of public attention throughout her life. Everything related to it, from clothes to hair, immediately became an international trend. Even after two decades from the moment of the tragic death, the public interest in the person of the Princess of Wales has not been extinguished.
Prince Charles and Diana met when he met Sarah, Diana’s older sister. The relationship between Sarah and Charles was at a standstill after she publicly announced that she did not like the prince. Diana, on the other hand, loved Charles a lot and even hung a photo over her bed in the boarding school. “I want to become a dancer or a Princess of Wales,” she once admitted to her convocation.
Prince Charles and Diana met when he met Sarah, Diana’s older sister. The relationship between Sarah and Charles was at a standstill after she publicly announced that she did not like the prince. Diana, on the other hand, loved Charles a lot and even hung a photo over her bed in the boarding school. “I want to become a dancer or a Princess of Wales,” she once admitted to her convocation. Diana was only 16 when she first saw Charles hunting in Norfolk.
n the last 300 years, Lady Diana Francis Spencer was the first Englishwoman to become the wife of the heir to the British throne. Before her, the wives of English kings were mostly representatives of German royal dynasties, there was also Dan (Alexandra of Denmark, wife of Edward VII), and even the queen mother, wife of George VI and grandmother of Charles, was a Scot.
Princess Diana's wedding dress was decorated with 10,000 pearls and ended with 8 meters of embroidery - the longest in the history of royal weddings.
Princess Diana was considered one of the most noble women in the then Great Britain. She was involved in charity and was always down to earth and kind. The public adored her, and fashion critics and stylists admired her clothing combinations and called her a muse. She was also remembered as the first woman to embrace a man suffering from HIV on national television, at a time when such topics were still taboo.
Her life changed completely overnight, and although everything seemed fairytale to the public, the reality was significantly different. Charles tried to fall in love with Diana, but despite the work and two sons she bore him - he never succeeded. His heart had long since been captured and handed over to Camille Parker Bowles, and Diana was painfully aware of it.
Diana chose the names for her children herself and insisted that the eldest son be named William, despite the fact that Charles chose the name Arthur and the younger Henry (so he was baptized even though everyone called him Harry), while the father asked him to call his son Alberta. Diana cared for the children, although this was not accepted in the royal family. Diana and Charles were the first parents who, contrary to the established tradition, traveled with their small children. Diana tried to show the children the diversity of life outside the palace. Together they ate burgers at McDonalds, took the subway and bus, wore jeans and baseball caps, went down to inflate boats along mountain rivers, and rode bicycles. At Disneyland, as usual, visitors stood in line for tickets.
Princess Diana's life tragically ended in 1997, when she died in a car accident. However, it seems that many secrets and rumors remained behind it, which did not come to light.