Lady Diana, the Princess of Wales, the people’s princess, was a kind, beautiful, lovely woman.
She married Charles, Prince of Wales, on July 29th, 1981. She was from royal blood and the Royal Family approved of her. Diana’s grandmother was a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. After her marriage, Diana became the Princess of Wales, and would have become Queen if Charles was King. On the 21 of June in 1982, Diana gave birth to her and Charles’s first child and heir, Prince William. Two years after, their second son was born on 15th September 1984. Diana was a wonderful woman, often negotiating her public duties around the children’s timetable to spend time with them.
However, in 1983, she confided: “I am finding it very difficult to cope with the pressure of being Princess of Wales, but I am learning to cope”. As Princess of Wales, Diana was expected to visit hospitals, schools, etc and from the mid 1980s she became increasingly involved in charity work. She developed a passionate interest in serious illnesses and health related issues. Traveling all over the world, Diana met with patients in hospitals and never hesitated to touch them. In...