By: Mundo.com - 5 June 2017, 11:02
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The beautiful Princess Diana had everything but an easy life, which is really unusual since she was a princess, and the way she ended her story was not a fairy tale at all.
Here we share with you some controversial and never before seen photos of Lady Diana, the mother of the handsomes William and Harry.
Diana Spencer being baptized
She was nicknamed the People's Princess early on in her public life because she was seen as being a lot more human than the rest of the royal family. Diana was young and pretty and while she was hardly working class she could connect with people at every level.
Before marrying Prince Charles
In the photo we can see the princess lying right next to a young man, a few days after announcing her commitment with Prince Charles. Experts say that the photo was hidden and never published to keep her away from the rumors and can even see "Not to be published" written on it.
She was a very normal woman
The wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana Spencer took place on Wednesday 29 July 1981 at St Paul's Cathedral, London, United Kingdom. The ceremony was a traditional Church of England wedding service. Notable figures in attendance included many members of royal families from across the world, republican heads of state, and members of the bride's and groom's families. Their marriage was widely billed as a "fairytale wedding" and the "wedding of the century". It was watched by an estimated global TV audience of 750 million.
She never followed rules
n 31 August 1997, Diana, Princessof Wales, died as a result of injuries sustained in a car crash in the Pont de l'Alma road tunnel in Paris, France. She was with Dodi Alfayed, her last lover and the one who made the sad princess smiled again.
Do you know why Diana was always sitting?
Diana and Charles were actually the same height, but Prince Charles was always made look taller in official pictures. And they're right. Both the Prince and the late Princess of Wales measured 5.84 ft.
She really loved nature and simple things.
She was the daughter of John Spencer, VIII Count of Spencer, and Frances Ruth Burke Roche, daughter of Mauricio Roche, IV Baron of Fermoy. Her parents divorced when Diana was young, and her father won custody of her and her siblings. She was educated first at Riddlesworth Hall and then went to boarding school at West Heath School.
She didn't like paparazzi
She became Lady Diana Spencer after her father inherited the title of Earl Spencer in 1975. Although she was known for her shyness growing up, she did show an interest in music and dancing. Diana also had a great fondness for children.
Princess Diana as a teenager
Diana was no stranger to the British royal family, having reportedly played with Prince Andrew and Prince Edward as a child while her family rented Park House, an estate owned by Queen Elizabeth II. In 1977, she became reacquainted with their older brother, Prince Charles, who was 13 years her senior.
Diana when she was a baby
On the academic front Diana was not bright and eventually failed all her O Levels. She later recalled happy memories from her childhood years.
Not from the royalty but from a good family
Diana was educated at Boarding school, before spending several years at West Heath Public School in Kent. Here she did very well in sport, especially swimming.
Princess diana was a kindergarten teacher
After leaving school she got a job as a nanny and part time cook. Later she took a assistant teaching post at a kindergarten school in Knightsbridge, London. It was whilst working as an assistant here that she was first introduced to her future husband Charles.
Her frustrated dream
She had aspirations to become a ballet dancer but at 5 feet 8 was deemed to be too tall.
She didn't mind being photographed having fun with her family
On June 21, 1982, Diana and Charles had their first child: Prince William Arthur Philip Louis. He was joined by a brother, Prince Henry Charles Albert David—known widely as "Prince Harry"—more than two years later on September 15, 1984. Initially overwhelmed by her royal duties and the intense media coverage of nearly every aspect of her life, she began to develop and pursue her own interests.
She gave a simple and lovely life to her kids
Her two sons were all the world for Diana. She desperately wanted that William and Harry could enjoy a lucky childhood. Naturally Diana accepted the obligations of the crown, because she knew that William would become 'King of England' one day. But for all that, the childhood could never be ignored. She wanted that William becomes a 'King of the people' one day. William should learn to know the differences between rich and poor, luck and misery, health and illness.
She had a hard life
Supposedly having transcended her self-esteem problems, she'd suddenly taken up with the playboy jetsetter son of a wealthy Egyptian whose business ethics had come into such serious question that he was unable to get British citizenship.
She was always willing to help
In 1996, Diana became involved in the campaign to ban landmines. She visited several nations in her involvement with the anti-landmine campaign, an activity more political than the norm for the British royal family.
Their fights were really public
AS much as she was known for her philanthropy, kindness and the scandal that surrounded her marriage, Diana, Princess of Wales, was also known for her unerring sense of style that influenced a generation of women. From her early days in the limelight as a shy and blushing nursery school teacher, and afternoons spent at the polo, to figure-skimming dresses by Versace and Catherine Walker - we remember the style of a true fashion icon.
She had mental and emotional problems
Princess Diana spoke candidly about her depression, her struggles with the eating disorder bulimia and self-harming in a 1995 interview with the BBC's Panorama programme.
The royal family hated how public her love life was
She had many lovers, both before and after the royal divorce, including her last lovers in the last two years of her life with cardiac surgeon Hasnat Khan, and finally with billionaire Dodi Fayed.
Her sons were raised correctly
Diana gave her sons wider experiences than was usual for royal children. She rarely deferred to the Prince or to the Royal Family, and was often intransigent when it came to the children. She chose their first given names, dismissed a royal family nanny and engaged one of her own choosing, selected their schools and clothing, planned their outings, and took them to school herself as often as her schedule permitted. She also organised her public duties around their timetables.