Diana Spancer Princess Of Wales
Diana Spencer Princess of Wales
Prestige, compassion, betrayal, divorce, and death: These are all the words that describe the life of Diana Spencer Princess of Wales. She was a woman of tremendous beauty and compassion who was never thinking about herself, but about what she could do for others. Even though Diana had many family, marital, and emotional problems, and problems with the media and school, she remained a great humanitarian who worked with the untouchables of the world such as AIDS and cancer patients, those with leprosy, the hearing impaired, and she helped promote the war against landmines in the world.
Diana Spencer was born on July 1, 1961 (Oleksy 11). Her father, the Earl Spencer, had been hoping to have a son to become his heir, but instead his wife had Diana. After Diana?s birth, her parents? relationship began to deteriorate. Two years later, they had their first son and an heir to the Earl Spencer, but their marriage continued to fail. Diana began to blame herself for her parents? marital problems and felt that her father was distant from her (Oleksy 12). Her father and mother stayed together for four additional years, and then her mother left when she
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