Diana: A Tribute to the Peoples Princess Peter Donnelly

ISBN: 9780762403264

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137 pages


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Diana:  A Tribute to the Peoples Princess  by  Peter Donnelly

Diana: A Tribute to the Peoples Princess by Peter Donnelly
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To all outward appearances, the Honourable Diana Frances Spencer--daughter of the eighth Earl Spencer, childhood playmate of royal children--was born with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth. Yet the reality was very different, for DianasMoreTo all outward appearances, the Honourable Diana Frances Spencer--daughter of the eighth Earl Spencer, childhood playmate of royal children--was born with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth. Yet the reality was very different, for Dianas childhood was an unhappy one. And when, like a fairy tale, she was transformed (in her own words) from a nobody to become one of the most public figures in the land, before long appearances again proved to be deceptive: her marriage to the Prince of Wales was to end in recrimination and unhappiness.Yet Diana was to recover from adversity to capture the hearts of people all over the world.

And that triumph owed nothing to wealth or power or title, and everything to qualities that lay within--qualities for which she was universally adored: an innate ability to understand, and empathise with, ordinary people, but especially with the sick, the rejected, the unloved.With six chapters and over 215 colour and black-and-white photographs--many previously unpublished in book form--and with a lively text by leading author Peter Donnelly, this book tells the remarkable story of Dianas flowering into The Peoples Princess and in doing so pays homage to that innate nobility that we all came to love and respect.



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