Known as Lady Diana or Lady D, she was the wife of the Prince of Wales, Charles from 1981 to 1996. Loved by all for being human and different from all other royals, she is still remembered as one of the most beautiful and influential women in the world.
In addition to all her royal duties and official events and performances, Diana distinguished herself for the humanity and social commitment she took on throughout her life towards her people and those most in need. In particular, she tackled issues ignored by the rest of the Royal Family, such as AIDS and leprosy. He also campaigns for the protection of animals and against weapons. He also travelled the world to visit the sick in hospitals, even going as far as India where he met Maria Theresa of Calcutta and formed a close bond with her.
She has been able to speak to the people in a natural and direct way, influencing political decisions and choices.
During her final year, Diana gave tangible support to the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, support that was instrumental in the passage of landmine legislation in the UK]. At the invitation of the movement’s American leader, Jody Williams, Diana was photographed by the press inspecting a minefield in Angola and her images, wearing a helmet and protective vest, went around the world. The campaign won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997, just a few months after her death.
In addition to her turbulent marriage to Prince Charles, Diana is known everywhere for her compassion, style and charisma, as well as for her many charitable works for the unfortunate
Diana was known for her style and elegance, and she had a great fascination with the world of fashion. Over the years, through her role as Princess of Wales, she helped to raise the profile of the young British designers she approached, but she was undoubtedly best known for her humanitarian work