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 퀸 Elizabeth The 퀸 Mother. After her marriage, Diana became the Princess of Wales, and would have become 퀸 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 초 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...