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Kensington Palace opens an exhibition chronicling the fashions of the late Princess Diana. The show, which is titled "Diana: Her Fashion Story," will run throughout 2017. But as easy as it is to be spirited away but the clothing itself, KP is also an intrinsic part of Diana's larger story. Diana lived in Kensington Palace throughout her marriage, and even after her divorce from Prince Charles. Her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, grew up at the palace, and still officially call it home. While Anmer Hall is where Prince William and Kate Middleton primarily reside, they will switching their home-base to KP later this year. Somewhat similarly, it's easy to overlook Kensington Palace's role as an exhibition space. But KP will also host a show on three more British princesses this y...
While some things change, others stay the same. When Prince William went to his first day of nursery school, more than 100 reporters stood at the schoolhouse gates to watch Princess Diana and Prince Charles drop off their older son at Mrs. Mynors' Nursery School. It was the first time a member of the royal family had attended nursery school outside of Buckingham Palace, and it certainly was quite the sight. The royal couple chose to send their son to a Montessori school, a method that balances work and play and encourages children to develop at their own rate. The method might have stuck with Wills, as he and wife Kate Middleton opted to send their son, Prince George, to Westacre Montessori School for nursery. Of course, Prince George's first day differed drastically from that of his f...
Royal House of Windsor: Moment Queen made Diana CRY over HIV charity revealed THE ROYAL HOUSE OF WINDSOR explored the moment the Queen reportedly made Princess Diana cry during tonight's episode. The Channel 4 show dug up the past to examine the huge challenge that Diana's popularity and tragic death posed to the royal family. However, there was one striking moment where the Queen seemingly berated the late princess over her charitable choices, which has been broadcast for the first time. One close aide to Diana revealed: "I just happened to be there when Diana came out from a meeting with the Queen and Diana was crying. I said, 'What's up with you?' She said, 'You just won't believe what happened'. She said the Queen has said, 'Why don't you get involved in something nicer, somethin...
Haunting Photo Depicts Princess Diana Meeting Baby Charlotte For The First Time Most women are thrilled to introduce their newborn babies to their family members. New parents always want to show off their infants to friends and family — these littl miracles deserve to be fawned over by everyone. When the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, gave birth to her baby girl on May 2, 2015, she knew her infant would have a lifetime of meeting other royals ahead of her. There’s one royal family member she’d never get to meet, though: her grandmother, Princess Diana, who died after a car accident in August 1997. Duchess Kate also never got to meet her mother-in-law. As we all know Kate’s husband, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, loved his mother dearly. Despite this, a photo that went vi
Princess Diana was—and still is—loved by millions of people all over the world. She was not only seen as Prince Charles' wife, but also as the people's princess. She married into the royal family in 1981, and since her tragic death in 1997, has been remembered as a woman of grace, style, and empathy. As her own children grow older and start families of their own, the memory of Princess Diana has been at the forefront of many people's minds, especially when it comes to Catherine Duchess of Cambridge — her son, William's, wife. Everything from similar style choices to the way they exude love towards all, especially children, has both brought about a new generation of those who adore Princess Diana and placed the events of her life on somewhat of a pedestal. But in royal writer Sally Be
LONDON — It was among the first questions asked after news of the engagement hit the press: What did Kate Middleton’s engagement ring look like? That evening at St. James’s Palace, the world finally got a glimpse of a ring that looked familiar: The 18-carat oval sapphire surrounded by diamonds was the one worn by Princess Diana. "I just hope I look after it," Middleton said that day. Diana chose the ring from several shown to her in 1981 for her engagement to Prince Charles. But her choice at the time didn’t come without a scandal. Scoffers — including some in the royal family — said that the future princess had chosen a ring that anyone could buy, instead of having one custom-made. At the time, it cost $60,000. But Princess Di had an eye for style even then, and that “commoner's sapph
Princess Diana's Private Letters Reveal Troubling Start To Her Marriage Six handwritten letters from the late Princess Diana are set to be auctioned off next month. The letters, addressed to the princess' personal secretary, Jane Parsons M.B.E, are believed to provide an “intimate glimpse" into the troubled marriage of the Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. In one of the letters, written on August 15, 1981 — during the royal couple's honeymoon — Diana referred to the trip as "a perfect opportunity to catch up on sleep…,” Vanity Fair reports. The letters also offer a peek into Diana's life as a mother and the kindness she frequently offered to her staff. In another letter written after Prince William was born, Diana wrote about not wanting her staff to feel “exhausted, overworked
A Batch of letters written by Princess Diana to her personal secretary, Jane Parsons M.B.E., is going to be auctioned off in April. The contents of the correspondence reveal, as the auction house puts it, an “intimate glimpse into the marriage” of Prince Charles and the late Princess. In the letter that is sure to generate the most interest, dated August 15, 1981, Diana writes from her honeymoon, on Royal Yacht Britannia–crested paper: “The honeymoon was a perfect opportunity to catch up on sleep….” (Expect at least an entire episode of Ryan Murphy’s upcoming Charles-and-Diana–focused Feud season to be spent on just this detail alone.) Other intriguing tidbits gleaned from the letters: — Prince William received 4,500 baby presents on the occasion of his birth (and there were a total o