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Diana, princess of wales, had a fairy-tale marriage with a tragic end she was also known for her charity work and her fashion image. Prince charles and diana, princess of wales (1961 - 1997) pose “here was a fairy story that everyone wanted to work,” diana later noted, ruefully the same year, andrew morton's biography, diana: her true story in her. Learn more about her life in this article diana, princess of wales, original name diana frances spencer, (born july 1, 1961, sandringham, norfolk,. Diana, princess of wales was a member of the british royal family she was the first wife of diana spent time working as a nanny for the robertsons, an american family living in london, the couple signed a confidentiality agreement that prohibited them from discussing the details of the divorce or of their married life. Princess diana was princess of wales while married to prince charles one of the most adored members of the british royal family, she died in.
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Diana, princess of wales facts: lady diana frances spencer (1961-1997) title after the royal couple divorced in 1996, diana continued her humanitarian work charles had known diana, literally the girl next door, for virtually all of her life,. A biographical study into the life of diana, princess of wales with a works, for example, tv-interviews, documents, news clips and video.
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