“I think the biggest disease the world suffers from in this day and age is the disease of people feeling unloved. I know that I can give love for a minute, for half an hour, for a day, for a month, but I can give. I am very happy to do that, I want to do that.” ❤️👸🏼Princess Diana👸🏼❤️
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Weekly reminder to check out the blog/ podcast I run. It’s the most unsuccessful thing on the internet! Yey! This week we did a commentary track over the 2006 movie The Queen. We give you fun facts and discuss the British monarchy. A perfect thing to help you fall asleep if you’re an insomniac like me! Link in bio: friendsramble.blogspot.com More fun stuff to come! Or not, we are unsuccessful for a reason! 😎😎😎
Diana: Her Story reveals the arc of Diana’s life. Her ambitions and fears — for herself and her children — are all explored.
A portrait of the private Diana emerges to complement the public one we already know. The life-journey of a strong, and sometimes flawed, young woman who was widely revered by many.
A mother determined to do everything in her power to protect her children. This account of Diana’s life, with all her successes and weaknesses, marries the public person we think we all know with the private person we have rarely seen.
For more: cbc.ca/passionateeye
A (late) tribute to Princess of Wales, Queen of Hearts, Lady Diana Spencer 'whose beauty both internal and external will never be extinguished from our mind..'
(July 1 1961 - August 31 1997)
I adore this gorgeous lady since I was a little child. Too bad she passed away when I was 3 yo. I heard her legends from my parents and from them I learnt to love her not only for her beauty but also her heart and her compassion to humanity. .
My tears rolled down to my cheeks when I watched her documentary presenting her own voice aired for the first time by National Geographic last month titled 'Diana In Her Own Words' and all so sudden my heart poured to remember her and the feeling of missing her presence though I've never lived to see her in present. So many theories going on until now about who and what actually caused her tragic death. But for me, no matter what happened, what's important is that a person needs to be remembered about what they had done in their life and she had done so much movements that inspire all people in this world. .
My heart goes out for her and her two gorgeous sons who will continue her legends in their lives. .
Diana, Princess of Wales’s memorial garden, called The White Garden, has been planted with flowers inspired by memories of Diana’s life, style and image and is now open to the public at Kensington Palace. Diana, Princess of Wales lived at Kensington Palace until her death in 1997.
Gardeners spoke with friends and family of Diana to choose what to fill the garden and it includes forget-me-nots which her brother Earl Spencer remembered giving her as a child. The display took a year to prepare and will be at its best until September.