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Diana of Wales

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    Birth of Diana of Wales

    Diana Frances Spencer was born into a family belonging to the British aristocracy, the youngest daughter of the marriage formed by Lord John Spencer, 8th Earl of Spencer and his first wife, the honorable Frances Ruth Burke Roche, daughter in turn of Mauricio Roche, IV Baron de Fermoy. Diana was born in Sandringham, Norfolk, England, on July 1, 1961, at 6:45 p.m.
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    CHRISTENING

    Baptized in the church of Saint Mary Magdalene by the Reverend Percy Herbert (rector of the church and former bishop of Norwich and Blackburn), she had as one of her godparents John Floyd, president of Christie's. She was the third child in the family, preceded by Lady Sarah Spencer, by Lady Jane Spencer and by John Spencer , and followed by Charles Spencer . Strictly speaking, Diana was not of commoner origin (see masses), as was the case with Catherine Middleton.
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    Childhood

    Following her parents' divorce in 1969, Diana, her mother, and her younger brother had to go live in an apartment in Knightsbridge, London, where she attended regular school. Her mother was sued for custody of her children, and a testimony from Lady Fermoy against her daughter during the trial contributed to the court's decision to award custody of Diana and her brother to her father.
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    Education

    Diana was educated at Silfield Kings Lynn School in Norfolk; later, at Riddlesworth Hall, also in Norfolk, and at West Heath Girls' School, in Sevenoaks, Kent, where she was considered a bad student. In 1977, at the age of 16, he left West Heath and briefly attended the Alpin Videmanette Institute, a sub-campus of the school in Rougemont, Switzerland. It was then, while accompanying her sister Sarah, that she met her future husband for the first time.
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    Education

    Before she was 17, she moved to London, to an apartment in the Kensington and Chelsea area, where she lived until 1981.
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    Marriage

    On July 29, 1981, she married Prince Charles of Wales, thirteen years her senior, at St. Paul's Cathedral in London.At the time of their marriage, Lady Diana became Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. From then on, he was a very popular character, both for his collaboration in humanitarian works and for his charisma, his style of dress and hairstyles were constantly imitated.
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    Marriage

    His style of dress and hairstyles were constantly imitated. The constant interest of the press in the figure of the Princess made her one of the most iconic figures in popular culture worldwide.
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    Marriage

    Her relationship with her husband began to show cracks in the late 1980s, and in the early 1990s there was a rift between the two spouses.
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    The childhood of her children

    The royal couple had two children: princes Guillermo and Enrique. Diana instilled in them a magnificent education and humanistic values, and with them she carried out activities that were not typical of the monarchy, with the firm determination that they would have a childhood like any other person who He did not belong to that status.
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    Divorce

    In 1992, the marriage in fact separated, with Prince Charles making his adultery with Camilla Parker public on British national television on June 29, 1994, when Diana attended an event organized by Vanity Fair wearing a controversial outfit that would pass. later to be known as the "dress of revenge." This split in the couple ended in divorce on August 28, 1996, a situation that deprived the princess of her "Royal Highness" status, although she retained the title of Princess of Wales.
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    Death

    On August 31, 1997, Diana died, as a result of a car accident, inside the Almá Bridge, on the north bank of the Seine River, in Paris, France. His partner Dodi Al-Fayed and the driver of the car, Henri Paul, died in the same accident. The only survivor of the accident was Al-Fayed's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones: no one except him was wearing a seat belt.