Princess Diana Frances was born The Honorable Diana Spencer on 1 July 1961, at Park House, Sandringham, Norfolk, England, into a British royal family. Charles, the son of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and a claimant to the throne, was the first wife of the Prince of Wales and Princess of Wales. They had two children, Prince William and Prince Harry. She died mysteriously on 31 August 1997 at the age of only 36.
Interesting, shocking & sad facts about Princess Diana
1. How become Princess Diana to Lady Diana
Princess Diana was raised at Park House in Sandringham House and educated in England and Switzerland. When her father received the title of Earl Spencer in 1975, Diana became Lady Diana Spencer.
2. Many titles received after marriage
After her marriage to Prince Charles at St Paul’s Cathedral on 29 July 1981, she also received the titles of Princess of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duchess of Rothesay, Countess of Chester and Baroness of Renfrew.
Princess Diana: mysterious ‘tale of life and death’ world’s beautiful Princess
3. Shocking revelations of Princess Diana
In an interview on November 20, 1995, Diana claimed that her husband, Prince Charles, did not want to be king. She also predicted that instead of becoming a queen, she wanted to be a queen to be settled “in the hearts of the people”.
4. Princess Diana’s Saddest Day
The news of her male friends in the media, especially an army officer, James Hewitt, damaged her marital image. Eventually, Diana accepted the divorce after pressure from the Queen. On 28 August 1996, she told a friend that it was the saddest day of her life.
5. Diana still remembered for social work
Diana was also often involved in social work. She did many things for the disease of AIDS. She was also associated with Mother Teresa. She is also remembered for her charity and social work. Her strength of character in difficult personal situations and the unwavering support she extended to the sick and downtrodden earned her continued respect and to the end she remained an idol of public attraction and affection. She was also the president of various social organizations during her lifetime.