From her philanthropic work,to her fashion style to her courage, Princess Diana is one of the most controversial and most popular personalities in the history of mankind. Diana Spencer became Lady Diana Spencer after her father inherited the title of Earl Spencer in 1975. She married the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, on July 29, 1981 and became Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales .But before her fairytale wedding, Lady Diana Spencer lived a relatively quiet life that involved piano lessons, odd jobs, precious pets, and a very ’70s bridesmaid dress. Her parents wanted a son and a heir She did not let her parents’ disappointment that she was not a boy and heir to the royal family she was born into affect her. But she was greatly attached to her brother Charles. People don’t know much about it but Diana initially wanted to be a ballerina. She had a great fondness for children. After attending finishing school at Institut Alpin Videmanette in Switzerland, she moved to London. She began working with children, eventually becoming an assistant at Young England Kindergarten.Diana began dating Prince Charles, heir to the British throne who was 13 years her senior, in 1977. The couple first met when Diana was a child and reportedly played with Charles’s younger siblings, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, while her family rented Park House, an estate owned by Queen Elizabeth II. On February 6, 1981, Prince Charles proposed to Diana with a 18-karat white gold ring topped with a 12-carat oval Ceylon sapphire surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds. After Diana’s death, her son Prince William proposed with the ring to Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge.Diana died on August 31, 1997, from injuries she sustained in a car crash in Paris. She is remembered as the “People’s Princess” because of her widespread popularity and global humanitarian efforts. Here are a few rare pictures of Diana Spencer before she became Princess Diana.
Wearing a white dress on her first birthday at Park House, Sandringham.Sitting in her carriage as a toddler during a family photoshoot at Park House in Sandringham, Norfolk.For her birthday, Princess Diana always wanted a stroller and dolls. She was fond of fairytales and anything small and wonderful. So much so, that she collected pieces of china and tiny rabbitsPosing alongside her brother Charles at their childhood home. Six year old Diana pushing her brother Charles on a swing.As a child, posing in a red dress, cardigan, and matching headbandLady Diana Spencer and her guinea pig called PeanutsOn summer holiday in Itchenor, West Sussex, at the age of 10 years old.With a Shetland pony at her mother’s home in Scotland during a summer trip.
Walking in the Eaton Square district of London during her time as a nanny at 19 years old.During her time working as a nursery assistant at the Young England Kindergarten School in Pimlico.Just one year later, she attended her first public engagement with Prince Charles, a recital at London’s Goldsmith’s Hall.
Some bonus pictures after she became Princess Of Wales
Talking to soldiers while at an army based in Berlin, Germany.Meeting Pope John Paul II at the Vatican in Rome with Prince Charles.Helping Prince William ride his pony at Highgrove.Talking to a crew member while onboard the Nuclear Submarine Hms Trafalgar.
Talking to a camouflaged soldier while on a visit to the Royal Hampshire regiment.
Laughing as she presents a prize to the winning team of lifeguards at the Central Coast Surf Carnival.
Running in the “mother’s race” at Prince William’s schools’ annual sports day.
Sitting with a local schoolgirl during her visit to Lalpet High School in Hyderabad, India.
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