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The new princess was very beloved by the people and she was also very helpful with charities. On the 21 of June 1982 she got her first son: William Arthur Philip Louis. Now Known as prince William. He is also the Duke of Cambridge and the second heir of the United Kingdom and all the colonies of it. He is married to Catherine Middleton on the 29 of April 2011 and they have one child: George Alexander Louis. On the 21 of June 1982 she got her first son: William Arthur Philip Louis. Now Known as prince William. He is also the Duke of Cambridge and the second heir of the United Kingdom and al the colonies. He is married to Catherine Middleton on the 29 of April 2011 and they have one child: George Alexander Louis.
Diana had on 15 September 1984 her second son: Henry Charles Albert David. Known now as the Prince of Wales and his whole title is His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales. HE isn´t like his brother William. Prince Harry had much affairs. Like once he said that he was on hash and he had to go to rehab. He also get dressed in a costume party as Nazi and he did apologize because of his bad costume. In 2012 there was naked pictures of prince Harry when he was on vacation in Las Vegas.
Prince Charles is the eldest son of queen Elizabeth II.
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Princess Diana chose a ring of £ 30,000 ( £ 94,800 in today's terms ) , consisting of 14 solitaire diamonds around a 12 - carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire in 18 - carat gold . it was very much like the ring from her mother. it was not a unique ring . and later in 2010,it was the engagement ring of Catherine Middleton . the jewellers was copied throughout the world . Prince Charles and Princess Diana spent their first night in Broadlands . there also Charles 's parents spent their wedding night .
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She was known for her international charity and celebrity of the 20th century. They also received recognition because they charitable was busy with her work and for her support they gave to the international campaign against landmines . she was from 1981 became president of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, besides many other charities. Diana was behind followed by global media . but on August 31, 1997 everything ended because Diana died in a car accident in Paris .
Princess Diana wanted to be the Queen of people’s heart, not Queen of England. She wanted her sons to have an understanding of other people’s emotions, to help raise awareness of AIDS, to help raise awareness of landmines and other stuff like that. She wanted to prove that you don’t have to go by the rule book. She wanted Charles to have peace in his mind. Her goals were to be a good princess and improve the lives of others. She wanted to help people with aids and understand their disease and change people’s opinion about AIDS. She wanted to be a good person and wanted to make something of her life.
During her lifetime, the Princess gave her personal support to many humanitarian causes and spoke out on a large number of often unpopular causes, using her high profile to raise both awareness and funds.
In 1987 visits Diana the first British hospital ward for AIDS patients and changes the perception of the disease when she shakes hands with a patient. She was one of the first very high profile people to be pictured touching those patients with aids. This played an important role in changing people’s opinions and attitudes to the disease. It was certainly a charity that was not following the protocol and tradition of the Royal family. Princess Diana said:
“HIV does not make people dangerous to know. You can shake their hands and give them hug heaven knows they need it"
Landmines & Explosive Remnants of War:
She supported the campaign for a worldwide ban and was speaking up for those whose everyday lives are miserable by landmines.
She supported and donated the fund. The fund Prisoners’ Families supports young people in prisoners’ families. Those are young people who are being judged guilty by society for a crime they did not themselves commit but a family member did.
Enabling people to die with worthy and with the least possible way of pain. For this reason she donated £5 million on Palliative Care.
On the 30th of August in Paris left Lady Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed Hotel Ritz , which was of Mohamed Al-Fayed, the father of Dodi Al-Fayed. Dodi was a good friend of Diana. They were previously seen together on the beach and also on the Chase . The whole name of Dodi was Emad El-Din Mohamed Abdel Moneim Fayed. He was born in Alexandria in Egypt on the 15th April 1955. After Lady Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed left the hotel, they were going to Dodi’s house, which was a big house in the west of Paris. Thirty-five minutes after midnight, so on the 31 of august. The Mercedes where Diana and Dodi were in, drove with a high speed the tunnel in Paris: Pont de l’Alma in with nine other photographers after them with motorbikes. The driver drove so hard that the car went on a pillar of the tunnel. They also sad that the driver was drunk so he had a speed of 190 km/h. But other sad that he wasn’t riding 190 km/h, but 110 km/h. And others said that there was an another car, a Fiat Uno, which had hit them. But what was true is that the car didn’t drove the maximum limit, 50 km/h. People also say that the driver, which is Henri Paul. That he was avoiding the photographers. But what was sure is that Henri Paul was really drunk.. When they were investigating the blood, they sad that he as mush alcohol in his blood, so he was drunk. Henri Paul and Dodi Al-fayed were death explained in the car. Diana wasn’t dead yet. Some people say that she was saying ‘oh my god’. And when the rescue team arrived and get Diana out of the car, she said ‘leave me alone’. The rescue team took her to the Hôpital de la Salpêtrière. She was for about an hour in the wreck. She arrived at 2:00 after midnight in the hospital and the doctors had her in the operation room. But the doctors couldn’t save her, because her heart wasn’t on the left anymore, but on the right, that made the pulmonary vein and the pericardium were torn. After the operation in two hours, the doctors declared that Diana was officially dead. For about one and a half hour later the doctors, the French interior minister (Jean-Pierre Chevènement) and the British ambassador in France (Michael Jay) had a press conference about the death of Diana. The only one who did survive the accident is the bodyguard of Dodi Al-Fayed: Trevor Rees-Jones. He was very injured, that he had an injury that made him doesn’t remind anything about what happened in the accident. Most of the people say that he survived the accident, because he was the only one that was wearing the safety belt in the car. But the Operation Paget did say in 2006 that nobody in the car had the safety belt on. The British research sad if all of them had the safety belt on. It was able to save them. Prince Charles and Diana’s sisters: Lady Sarah McCorquoldale and Lady Jane Fellows arrived at 2 o’clock in the afternoon. They stayed for about an hour and a half, and leaved with the bad news about Diana. Also Mohamed Al-Fayed was very sad about the news. But he was thinking that the death of his son wasn’t an accident, he didn’t think that the car was hit by the pillar in the tunnel. He thought of something else. He thought that someone had hit the car in the tunnel so his son and Diana will die, but the British research in 2006 said that all what Mohamed Al-Fayed wasn’t thinking correctly. Mohamed Al-Fayed had put an statement in the department store in Harods for Lady Daina and his son Dodi Al-Fayed. Also when Diana dead was there a rumour in England. The British people were very sad about it. The day that they had buried her in Althorp in Northamptonshire and she was wearing a black dress and holding a bush of flowers in her hand. They were millions of people there and it was all over the TV. The people have gave millions of flowers by her house and also by her parents manor house. The thing that the most of the British people found it embarrassing was the reaction of the British Queen. She was on vacation in Balmoral Castle, and she didn’t get straight away to London when she heard the news. The paper also said: ‘Where is our Queen?’ or ‘Where is her flag?’. In this period the suicide in England and Wales were higher with 17%. In Paris were a Flamme de Liberté, which was made for Diana. Also in London where the Diana fountain. Diana death was the third one on the British list of 100 Greatest Britons in 2002. Her death was very hard for most of the people all around the world. She was beloved by all the people. And that’s why nobody forgets Diana until now.
"Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you. "
"Hugs can do great amounts of good - especially for children. "
"I understand people's suffering, people's pain, more than you will every know yourself.."
"I had a very bad time with the press - they literally haunted and hunted me. I haven't felt well since day one. I don't think I'm made for the production line."
"I think the biggest disease the world suffers from in this day and age is the disease of people feeling unloved. I know that I can give love for a minute, for half an hour, for a day, for a month, but I can give. I am very happy to do that, I want to do that."
"The public... they wanted a fairy princess to come and touch them, and everything will turn into gold and all their worries would be forgotten. Little did they realise that the individual was crucifying herself inside because she didn't think she was good enough."
"Only do what your heart tells you."
“Yes, I do touch. I believe that everyone needs that”
“I've always though that people need to feel good about themselves and I see my role as offering support to them, to provide some light along the way....”
“It's vital the monarchy keeps in touch with the people. It's what I try and do....”
“I don't go by the rule book, I lead from the heart, not the head”
“I knew what my job was, it was to go out and meet the people and love them”
“I will fight for my children on any level so they can reach their potential as human beings and in their public duties”
“I wear my heart on my sleeve”.
“The kindness and affection from the public have carried me through some of the most difficult periods, and always your love and affection have eased the journey”
“I wish all the mothers, fathers and children out there realize how much I need them and how much I value their support”.
“I'd like people to think of me as someone who cares about them”
“Everyone needs to be valued. Everyone has the potential to give something back”.
“I'm aware that people I have loved and have died and are in the spirit world look after me”