Princess Diana's Life

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Princess Diana was a well know person to people all around the world. She was kind, sweet, and honest to everybody she meets. Diana held many charity events; she was the president of
Barnardo’s which is a charity for troubled children and also helped raise money for other charities such as the AIDS Crisis Trust.(Sherry Beck PaProcki,62-63) Diana is a very nice person; she would go to hospitals and sit with patients that didn’t have any family that would come visit them so she went and visited so they would know that they’re not alone. Princess
Diana was a very influential person in history and had major contributions to the world.
Diana Frank Spencer was born on July 1, 1961 at 7:45 p.m. to the parents of Johnnie Spencer and Frances Roche (Sherry Beck Paprocki, 19). Diana had three siblings Sarah, Jane, and
Charles; she is the second to youngest child (Sherry Beck Paprocki, 20). When Diana’s
Grandfather died, her father got the title of the Earl Spencer (8th) (Sherry Beck Paprocki, 20).
When Diana was six, her parents got a divorce and she moved with her mom, her mom enrolled her in many private schools like West Heath but she was never any good at school. Diana had a very lucky childhood, she grew up rich and even though her parents split her parents still had money while other people had nothing at all (Sherry Beck Paprocki, 22-25).
On July 29, 1981 Diana’s life changed forever, she was going to marry the Prince of Wales
Charles Phillip Author George (Sherry Beck Paprocki, 40). After the marriage they went on
Royal yacht called the Britannica for their honeymoon (Sherry Beck Paprocki,49). At St. Mary’s
Hospital in London on June22, 1982 at 9:03p.m William Arthur Charles Louis was Diana’s first...

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