Diana, Princess of Wales, was the daughter of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and a claimant to the throne, Charles, the first wife of the Prince of Wales and Princess of Wales.
Diana was born in a royal noble family of Britain as The Honorable Diana Spencer. She was the third daughter and fourth child of John Spencer, the eighth Earl of Spencer, and his wife, The Honorable Frances Shand Kydd.
She was raised at Park House in Sandringham House and was educated in England and Switzerland. In 1975, Diana became Lady Diana Spencer when her father received the title of Earl Spencer.
On July 29, 1981, at St. Paul’s Cathedral, her wedding ceremony with Prince Charles was viewed by about seven hundred and fifty people on television. After her marriage, she also received titles of Princess of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duchess of Rothsay, Countess of Chester, and Baroness of Renfrew.
This marriage gave them two children, who were called Prince William and Prince Harry respectively. As Princess of Wales, Diana performed many official functions and participated in many events in the country and abroad as the Queen’s representative.
He is also known for his charity, charity and social work. She was also the chairperson of various social organizations during her lifetime.
British royalty Princess Diana Spencer was born on July 1, 1961, near Sandringham, England. Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most favored members of the British royal family. He was the daughter of Edward John Spencer, Viscount Althorp, and Francis Ruth Burke Roche, Viscountess Althorp (later called the Honorable Francis Shed Cadd).
When Diana was young, her parents divorced, and her father won the children’s confiscation. After her early education at home, Diana attended Riddlesworth Hall School and then West Heath School.
Lady Diana became Spencer, her father inheriting the title of Earl Spencer in 1975. Although known for her shyness when she was growing up, she showed interest in music and dance. Diana was very fond of children.
Education and career
Diana was home-schooled under the supervision of the first Governor of Governance, Gertrude Allen. She began her formal education at Silfield Private School in Gayton, Norfolk and moved to Riddlesworth Hall School, an all-girl boarding school near Dosage when she was nine.
She joined her sisters in 1973 at West Hith Girls School in Sevenoaks, Kent. She did not shine academically, failing twice in O-levels. His outstanding community spirit was recognized with an award from West Hith. She left West Hith when she was sixteen. Her brother Charles remembers her being quite ashamed by that time.
She showed a talent for music as an accomplished pianist, Diana also excelled in swimming and diving, and studied ballet and tap dance.
After attending the Institute Alpine Womennet (a finishing school in Rougemont, Switzerland) for a period in 1978, Diana returned to London, where she shared her mother’s flats with two school friends.
In London, she took an advanced cooking course, but rarely took up a series of low-paying jobs cooked for those in her room; She worked as a dance instructor for the youth until she missed three months of work due to a skiing accident.
Family Life and Divorce
On June 21, 1982, Diana and Charles had their first child: Prince William Arthur Philip Louis He was joined by a brother, Prince Henry Charles Albert David, known as “Prince Harry” Two years later, on September 15, 1984.
Intense media coverage of her royal duties and nearly every aspect of her life, she began to develop and pursue her own interests.
Diana worked as a strong supporter of many charities and helped homeless people, people living with HIV and AIDS. And worked to help children in need.
After her marriage, the Princess of Wales quickly joined the official duties of the royal family. Her first tour with the Princess of Wales was a three-day tour of Wales in October 1981.
In 1983 he went on a tour of Australia and New Zealand with Prince and took the baby William with him. The Prince and Prince of Wales were reunited at the end of their tour of Italy in 1985, with Prince Harry.
Other official foreign visits made with the Prince included Australia (for the Biasena ceremony in 1988), Brazil, India, Canada, Nigeria, Cameroon, Indonesia, Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, and Japan (to the throne of Emperor Akihito ) Included. Their last joint foreign trip was in 1992 in South Korea.
The princess’s first official visit abroad was in September 1982, when she represented the state funeral of The Queen in the Princess Grace of Monaco.
Princess’s first solo overseas trip was in February 1984, when she traveled to Norway to participate in Carmen’s performance by the London City Ballet, of which she was a patron. Princess later traveled to Germany, America, Pakistan, Switzerland, Hungary, Egypt, Belgium, France, South Africa, Zimbabwe