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The outpouring of public emotion at the tragic early death of Diana, Princess ofWales has lived on in the memories of not just the entire British nation but billionsof people across the world. From presidents to the poorest of the poor, from theglittering world of international stardom to her private visits to the homeless, the illand the suffering, Diana touched the lives The outpouring of public emotion at the tragic early death of Diana, Princess ofWales has lived on in the memories of not just the entire British nation but billionsof people across the world. From presidents to the poorest of the poor, from theglittering world of international stardom to her private visits to the homeless, the illand the suffering, Diana touched the lives and hearts of all she encountered. Eventhose who never had the chance to meet her felt they knew and loved her. ITN’s former Royal correspondent Nicholas Owen provides a dignified portraitof Diana that is a lasting remembrance of every facet of her short life: her childhood and teenage years; her wedding to Prince Charles; tender moments with her adored children, William and Harry; her incandescent beauty and unique sense of style; and her ceaseless work for charities worldwide. He also records the grief that engulfed the nation as it bid farewell to England’s Rose, and looks at Diana’s legacy – how she has been remembered, her effect on the Royal Family and, in particular, how her influence can be seen in her sons William and Harry as they have grown into adulthood. With over 250 photographs, including exclusive ITN images of Diana’smoving and unforgettable funeral, Diana – the People’s Princess captures the very essence of the woman whose presence touched every corner of the world.


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The outpouring of public emotion at the tragic early death of Diana, Princess ofWales has lived on in the memories of not just the entire British nation but billionsof people across the world. From presidents to the poorest of the poor, from theglittering world of international stardom to her private visits to the homeless, the illand the suffering, Diana touched the lives The outpouring of public emotion at the tragic early death of Diana, Princess ofWales has lived on in the memories of not just the entire British nation but billionsof people across the world. From presidents to the poorest of the poor, from theglittering world of international stardom to her private visits to the homeless, the illand the suffering, Diana touched the lives and hearts of all she encountered. Eventhose who never had the chance to meet her felt they knew and loved her. ITN’s former Royal correspondent Nicholas Owen provides a dignified portraitof Diana that is a lasting remembrance of every facet of her short life: her childhood and teenage years; her wedding to Prince Charles; tender moments with her adored children, William and Harry; her incandescent beauty and unique sense of style; and her ceaseless work for charities worldwide. He also records the grief that engulfed the nation as it bid farewell to England’s Rose, and looks at Diana’s legacy – how she has been remembered, her effect on the Royal Family and, in particular, how her influence can be seen in her sons William and Harry as they have grown into adulthood. With over 250 photographs, including exclusive ITN images of Diana’smoving and unforgettable funeral, Diana – the People’s Princess captures the very essence of the woman whose presence touched every corner of the world.

49 review for Diana: The People's Princess: A Celebration of Her Life and Legacy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ginger

    This book has 6 short chapters, 192 pages and tons of photos. I always thought Princess Diana was so beautiful and I always loved her sense of fashion. In the chapters, there are beautiful photographs along with a short description. I still remember what I was doing the day the news reported that she’d been killed in a car accident. So young and so sad.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

    I have always been interested in Diana's life from the time I was in Junior High and watched part of her fairy tale wedding on TV. It was interesting to see so many pictures of her and to learn more about her life and the type of person she was. I really admire all she accomplished in her short life and the compassion she felt for people all over the world. I was impressed with friendships she struck up with young children who had been in hospitals, who she wrote to for years, until her passing. I have always been interested in Diana's life from the time I was in Junior High and watched part of her fairy tale wedding on TV. It was interesting to see so many pictures of her and to learn more about her life and the type of person she was. I really admire all she accomplished in her short life and the compassion she felt for people all over the world. I was impressed with friendships she struck up with young children who had been in hospitals, who she wrote to for years, until her passing. She had so many other things to do, but still took the time to touch one child or another's life. She was the right person to help people in this world at the right time.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Christine Sinclair

    It's sad to realize that but for her marriage to Prince Charles, Diana might still be with us today. This book gives us the Reader's Digest version of her life and death, including many beautiful photographs of Diana. It is a loving tribute to a beautiful person. To quote her brother, Charles Spencer, Diana was: "The very essence of compassion, of duty, of style, of beauty. It's sad to realize that but for her marriage to Prince Charles, Diana might still be with us today. This book gives us the Reader's Digest version of her life and death, including many beautiful photographs of Diana. It is a loving tribute to a beautiful person. To quote her brother, Charles Spencer, Diana was: "The very essence of compassion, of duty, of style, of beauty.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Samuel Baker

    A perfect trip down memory lane — just full and long enough for an afternoon to spend with The People’s Princess.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Juliewheatcox.Net

    A beautiful collection of photos that make a great memory book. However, it was difficult to read due to the way it was edited. The photos should have been rearranged to allow for the text to flow.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Megan Flower

    Wonderful tribute.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Josefina

    Beautiful photographs, some details missing, some unnecessary personal commentaries made by the journalist about his meetings with Diana.

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