Responsible Of Princess Diana

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During the 1980’s and 1990’s, Princess Diana was loved among many. She is remembered as the "People's Princess" because of her widespread popularity and global humanitarian efforts. Diana was born July 1st, 1961 in Sandringham, England, where she was adored among the British elite. Princess Diana married Prince Charles on July 31st, 1991, and later gave birth to two boys--William and Harry. Diana served as a strong supporter of many charities. She worked to help the homeless, people living with HIV and children in need. As her popularity spread, the paparazzi's began documenting her every move. Diana steadily became the most photographed person in the world. Charles and Diana eventually became estranged and finally divorced in 1997. Even…show more content…
This ruling served as a wake-up call to the British press and public. According to a recent poll, 43% of the U.K. public hold the photographers responsible for her fatal crash, while only 33% of the country thinks that the chauffeur is equally responsible.Some believe the chauffeur was under the influence and he wasn’t paying attention to the roads. Others theorize Princess Diana provided a tip to the paparazzi about the decoy vehicle. No matter the theory, the public turned against the media after the death of Princess Diana. Most tabloids as well as the British magazine “Sun and the Mirror” began to have their lowest sale figures. Many people who worked at the magazine would not mention to anyone of their line of work for fear of ridicule. The British media was ashamed after what had happened to Princess Diana and distanced themselves from…show more content…
When Princess Diana was killed, news outlets were reporting about her death for months. Media coverage has changed over the years. If an accident occurs today, there are crowds of people Instagraming, Snapchatting, or Facebooking about the event. We learn news instantly and get to see it raw, live and unedited. Tragic events are only covered by the media for a couple of days and then its relevance disappears. It has been twenty years since Diana’s death and unseemly culture of media invasiveness still exists. Princess Diana didn’t want the paparazzi to do the same things to her

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