Princess Diana The Princess of Wales, known as Lady Di, was born at Park House, Sandringham (Norfolk) on 1 July 1961 and died in hospital the Petié Salpêtrière in Paris the night of 30 to 31 August 1997.
Princess Diana in 1968, she joined the school in King's Lynn. In 1970 he moved to the internship female Riddlesworth Hall and in 1973 joined West Heath, another school in the county of Kent. Between 1977 and 1978 he studied in Switzerland and eventually settled in London, where he worked for various companies until November 1977 she met Charles, heir to the British throne, who began dating two years later.
Princess Diana On 24 February 1981, the Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said the official engagement of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince of Gales.La couple's wedding, which took place on July 29, 1981 in Saint Paul Cathedral in London and was officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, became a social event of international significance televised to more than seven million viewers.
Princess Diana On June 21, 1982 Lady Diana gave birth to her eldest son, Prince William, second son of the princes of Wales, Henry, was born on September 15, 1984.Although Diana tried to lead a life dedicated to caring for their children, their agenda was imposed limitation of more than five hundred official engagements that the marriage was bound to meet annually.
Princess Diana Diana lent her public image to different humanitarian agencies and appeared in numerous acts for the most marginalized sectors of society.
Princess Diana The last man with whom he was related to Diana Spencer was the origin of Egyptian billionaire Dodi al Fayed. Both were killed in a spectacular car accident, while trying to avoid the paparazzi and traveling at high speed inside the Alma tunnel in Paris.
Princess Diana The life of Diana Spencer, both during their marriage and after separation, was the subject of continuous attention of millions of followers and recurring theme of the "gossip." All of his appearances in public received special treatment by the media and even their hair and their dress were imitated ad nauseam. Its popularity far exceeded that of her husband, was always considered an exemplary mother and after his death there were proposals for canonization were finally dismissed.