Whether we agree or not, the royal family’s lives attract everyone’s attention around the globe. The royal family does everything secretly. It was the time when Princess of Wales Diana got married to Prince of Wales, the royal family got a place at every media house.
Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the revolutionary and courageous women in the royal family. Wonder Why? It is believed that the Royal family is still a follower of strict orthodox rules, which is hard to believe in this 21st century; Princess of Wales Diana was the first woman to bring a change within the royal family.
Recently Documentaries were made to reveal a lot of facts about Princess of Wales, as people are still not over her death. She was the most loving and caring of all the members of the royal family. She was popular too; she was the one who captured headlines in her name from the royal family.
Let us dig deep into the facts about the Princess of Wales, which can save your time from watching movies.
15 Facts About Princess of Wales, Diana Spencer
Following are the facts about Princess of Wales, giving some unknown insights about the royal family.
# Her Parents parted when she was 7
When she was seven, it is believed that her parents got separated because of their stormy relationship with one another. Therefore Diana describes her childhood, an unhappy dream, and a bad wind, which she tried to forget.
#She was 4th child out of her five siblings
Diana had two elder sisters Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes. Her third sibling died just after his birth, who was named John Spencer. Her youngest sibling Charles Spencer (Earl Spencer, now), was believed to be the closest one out of three with Diana.
#She was being prepared as Lady-in-waiting but became a princess
Diana’s grandmother Ruth Roche was lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth, and hence, she prepared her granddaughters for the same lineage. But to our surprise and even hers’ Diana became Princess of Wales.
#Dreamt of becoming a Coryphée
Princess of Wales always wanted to become a ballerina, but she was not selected because of her height. Later in the years, she got a chance to dance her soul out because one of her Royal teachers felt she want to set her soul free and dance like a bird.
#She was born without a title
Lady Diana was born without a title. Because her father, who later was pronounced as Earl Spencer, gave the title to Diana as Lady Diana. After marrying Charles, Prince of Wales, she became Princess of Wales.
#She took care of Children and taught them at a young age
Lady Diana served as a nanny at a crèche for kids and worked as a full-time teacher at a primary school. Her kids Prince William and Prince Harry, were sent to the same school, where she worked as a teacher.
#She was an independent Princess
Princess of Wales was the first woman at a palace who worked before becoming a princess and even after a princess to earn money for her own. This is marked as a surprising turn in the history of the Royal Family.
#Lady Sarah was a cupid
Believing the rumors, Diana’s elder sister Lady Sarah dated Prince Charles for few days as it was a fling, and later, she also made Diana meet Prince Charles. She even, in one of her interviews, called herself a cupid in their relationship.
#Prince and princes were distant cousins
Princes of Wales and Princes of Wales are said to be distant cousins. They both follow the 16th generation of Tudor king Henry VII. It is believed that their son Prince Williams is also a distant cousin of Princess Kate. Strange, isn’t it.
#Before her marriage, her meeting with Prince was short
Princess of Wales, before marrying Charles, met him only 12 times. It is believed that the shorter period of their meetings did not allow Lady Diana to find the issue she could have faced in the future because of the Royalty’s orthodox thinking.
#Most Talked about wedding dress, she owned
It was her dress which caught the limelight during the wedding. Her wedding train made headlines of being 25 feet long among everything royal, which was believed to be the longest train even in any royal wedding. Her wedding dress was embodied with around 10,000 genuine pearls, which made it an expensive one as well.
#She gave birth to both her children in the hospital
In a Royal family, a child is born within the palace under the supervision of the Royal doctors. Still, to everyone one’s surprise, Lady Diana was shifted to hospital on her demand to give birth to both her sons there. This did hurt some of the royal’s officials, and Diana was criticized within the family.
#She was always up for Social Work
Lady Diana always felt that having so much power does not mean anything if she cannot help the needy. She was the flag bearer of HIV AIDS awareness and auctioned her many iconic dresses for Cancer Patients’ medical treatment. She said she believes in what Mother Teresa is up for.
#She was very close to her bodyguard
When she was going through turmoil that Royal Family served her with, and when her husband was cheating on her, she used to feel guarded and protected by her bodyguard Barry Mannakee. They both were very close because her bodyguard was the only understanding person she was surrounded with. His and Diana’s thoughts and thinking gelled well.
#Her Tragic Death was a shock
She died in a car accident because it is believed that the media house did not allow her to live a peaceful life after the divorce—one day, she was traveling somewhere from east to west. To save the paparazzi, her car got crashed, and she died in a road accident. After her death, the media houses were criticized by the entire world.
These were some of the facts which might have brought you close to Princess of Wale’s life. She is a role model to many of us because of her brave, unconventional, and free-thinking. She was not at all orthodox and was treated as one of the Modern Princess of Britain. Princess Diana was famous when she was alive and will remain popular for years to come because of her excellent work and loving nature.