Princess Diana

Princess Diana

The poll was conducted to mark International Women’s Day, which is being celebrated on 8 March

The poll was conducted to mark International Women’s Day, which is being celebrated on 8 March

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Princess Diana has been voted the most iconic woman of all time beating the likes of UK's first female prime minister Margaret Thatcher and Madonna. The Princess of Wales was also voted the most inspiring female of the 1980s. Diana, who was the first wife of Prince Charles, died in a car crash in August 1997 at the age of 36. According to The Express, the poll conducted by Foxy Bingo saw 2,000 females choose inspiring female personalities across seven decades. The poll was conducted to mark International Women's Day, which is being celebrated on 8 March. According to the poll, the all-girls group Spice Girls was chosen as inspiring women for the 1990s, while Malala Yousafzai, the human rights activist and youngest-ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, was chosen as the most inspiring...
Princess Diana’s love for William & Harry

Princess Diana’s love for William & Harry

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A tribute in dedication to the enormous and unending love that Princess Diana had for her sons, Prince's William and Harry. Diana lives on through them, they were the loves of her life. It's easy to see how much of Diana is in both of them, and how heartbreaking it must have been for her two boys to have to go on without their mother whom they loved so very much. I'm certain that she never leaves their thoughts to this day and not a moment goes by where they don't think of her, as NOBODY can, or ever will replace Diana in their hearts, or in the hearts of the entire world. Rest in peace sweet Princess. Thank you for all you did for all of us who needed you here on earth. You are forever missed and the Royal Family lost it's one and only crowning jewel when you were taken from us. ...
Prince William has spoken for the first time about the devastating effect of losing his mother as a teenager

Prince William has spoken for the first time about the devastating effect of losing his mother as a teenager

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The prince, who was just 15 when Princess Diana died, said: 'Never being able to say the word "Mummy" again in your life sounds like a small thing. 'However, for many, including me, it's now really just a word – hollow and evoking only memories.' The 26-year-old prince has always refused to talk in public about his grief, but he changed his mind after becoming the Royal Patron of the Child Bereavement Charity. The organisation was set up by Jenni Thomas to offer support to anyone dealing with the loss of a child, or for a child dealing with the loss of a parent. One of Princess Diana's best friends, Julia Samuel, was a founding patron. Princess Diana herself helped launch the charity in 1994. With remarkable candour, Prince William has revealed how difficult he found dealing with hi
journalist Selina Scott detailed the deterioration of professionalism between her and Trump during their time working together to produce an hourlong documentary about Trump’s life

journalist Selina Scott detailed the deterioration of professionalism between her and Trump during their time working together to produce an hourlong documentary about Trump’s life

Princess Diana, Royality
A British journalist who claims she’s been familiar with Donald Trump’s behavior towards women for decades says even the late Princess Diana felt uncomfortable with the real estate billionaire’s advances. In a piece for the Daily Mail on Sunday right before the Iowa caucuses, journalist Selina Scott detailed the deterioration of professionalism between her and Trump during their time working together to produce an hourlong documentary about Trump’s life. When Trump’s flirtation wasn’t reciprocated with softball questions from Scott during their time together, and the documentary wasn’t flattering for his brand, Trump retaliated: “Trump went ballistic. Over many years he sent me a series of intimidating letters branding me ‘sleazy, unattractive, obnoxious and boring.’ He said I was ‘t
Diana’s bitter blast at her mother

Diana’s bitter blast at her mother

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Princess Diana vowed never to speak to her mother again after she attacked the 'Moslem males' her daughter was dating, Paul Burrell has alleged. The former butler said the rift between the two women, which he claims began six months before Diana's death in August 1997, was caused by a phone call which ended with the Princess slamming down the phone. Frances Shand Kydd allegedly voiced disapproval of Diana's relationships with heart surgeon Hasnat Khan and businessman Gulu Lalvani. Mr Burrell told the Daily Mirror how he was handed the receiver halfway through the conversation and told to listen in. 'I heard her call, "Paul, come quick". She was hanging over the banister shouting down,' he recalled. 'She waved me over with her hand. I joined her on the floor cross-legged and stuck clo...
Why do people think it’s egotistical of you to say you could’ve gotten with Lady Di

Why do people think it’s egotistical of you to say you could’ve gotten with Lady Di

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Donald Trump's objectification of women started well before his campaign for the Republican nomination, at least judging by comments he made about whether he could have had s*x with Princess Diana in an interview shortly after she was killed in a car crash. Trump's campaign has been marked by provocative and controversial comments about women, which follow a number of "s*xist" claims made in recent years. In a 1997 interview recently unearthed by BuzzFeed, Trump and radio show host Howard Stern discussed the late Princess's attractiveness and whether the billionaire magnate would have been able to "nail" Diana. Trump claimed Diana had sent him the "most beautiful, warm letter" after he did her a personal favour and sent her some flowers. "Why do people think it's egotistical of you...
Lady Kitty Spencer is using her royal fame to help make a difference

Lady Kitty Spencer is using her royal fame to help make a difference

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Kitty Spencer, 25, is backing the the UK's leading charity for homeless young people, Centrepoint, which her late aunt Princess Diana supported and was also supported by her cousin Prince William, who is the organization's royal patron. Kitty, the eldest child of Diana's younger brother, Charles Spencer, 51, and his first wife Victoria, has become an ambassador for the charity, which will help them "bring more attention to the issue of youth homelessness," a spokesman tells PEOPLE. Last week, Kitty quietly visited two of the charity's bases, including one that her cousin has visited. During the visit she checked on a project also backed by Sport Relief. Youth homelessness affects around 83,000 people each year in the U.K., Centrepoint says. "The idea is to use sport to motivate young ...
Lady Kitty Spencer has joined as an ambassador for Centrepoint

Lady Kitty Spencer has joined as an ambassador for Centrepoint

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Lady Kitty Spencer has said that she is "thrilled" to be joining Centrepoint as its ambassador. The 25-year-old niece of Diana, Princess of Wales is showing her support for the homelessness charity, of which her cousin Prince William is patron. Kitty posted a picture on Instagram, writing that her visit to the charity to raise awareness for Sport Relief was "a special day". The focus of her visit to Centrepoint last week was to see how sport can help young people learn new skills, develop confidence and take the first step towards a brighter future – and away from a life on the streets. Lady Kitty Spencer has joined as an ambassador for Centrepoint "Just from the girls I have spoken to today, one of them wants to go on to be a midwife and one wants to set up a dance school," said Kit