This is one of the many phrases said by Lady Diana, who was an important presence worldwide.
I personally want to remember this woman, still kept in the memory and hearts of people. I’m very young so when she died I wasn’t even born yet but my family has told me about this great lady.
She was often described as “ The Most Photographed Woman in the World”. And some rumors talked about the coincidence between her death and the paparazzi… under a tunnel.
She was well known for her compassion, her charisma, her style and for her charitable works towards the most unfortunate people.
Following the divorce from Prince Charles, Diana dedicated herself to charity, she was the first to come into contact with AIDS patients, when everyone was still afraid. She has traveled many times, with Poor Countries as her destination to help out of it.
Diana was a wave of positivity that also left its mark outside Great Britain, and in new generations like me.
And even though the arrival of Meghan Markle and Kate Middelton created a bit of glamour on the Crown, the Princess of the People remains engraved in everyone’s heart.