Friend Says If Princess Diana Were Still Alive, Harry And William Would Not Have Split 25 Years After Her Death.
Wednesday marks the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s tragic death in a car crash in Paris 25 years ago.
There were a large number of people gathered outside the former residence of the “People’s Princess,” Kensington Palace, in London, as they do every year on August 31, to pay their respects and honor her memory of her.
As a royal, a rebel, and a mother, Diana was a figure who lived her short life in the spotlight of the cameras as she lived her short life.
The light of her life suddenly went out at the age of 36, when she was barely 36 years old.
It is well known that the British people are renowned for their stiff upper lip, but they were overcome by their feelings of heartache, both for themselves and their nation, as well as for Diana’s two young sons, Princes William and Harry.
According to CBS News senior foreign correspondent Holly Williams, Richard Kay, a journalist who struck up an unlikely friendship with Diana, told the CBS News senior foreign correspondent that he misses her very much.
“I miss her laughter… and I miss that little spontaneous thing where she would call and ask, ‘Come to lunch. Do you want to see a movie with me?’ “. I think of her often.
Kay said he was able to speak to the princess the night before she died.
He said that he was one of the last four or five people that she called before she hung up. It was said that during their conversation, they talked a lot about how fed-up she was with the publicity that had surrounded her last few days and weeks… about how tired she was after being exposed to all this publicity.
Now I had heard this before, but this time I thought she meant it. She talked about leaving the country. She talked about going to America. She talked about settling there.”
There was no doubt that Diana was a perfect fit for the royal family on paper. There was something aristocratic, beautiful, and demure about her.
But even before she was able to get married in her so-called fairytale wedding, she had already become something unique: she was a royal who was also a megawatt celebrity.
It was when things turned sour with her husband, Prince Charles, that she became a rule-breaker, too, championing causes such as HIV patients and landmines, as well as giving a bombshell interview with the BBC in which she discussed the problems in her marriage.
She said, “In this marriage, there were three people involved,” referring to Charles’ relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles, whom he was to marry years after Diana died. There was quite a bit of crowding at the event”
It is now clear that the BBC journalist lied in order to obtain the interview. The relationship between Diana and the media was always a complicated one.
“Her legacy, of course, rests primarily in the shape of her sons,” Kay told Williams at a memorial for her late mother.
I asked him, in response to a question about what she would think of the fact that her boys have had a falling out, and he said, “If she were still with us, there would have been no split between Harry and William.”
According to CBS News, she would be 61 years old at the time of her death. “She must have been a very proud granny … she might have remarried.
She might even have had a second family. She must have wanted desperately to have a daughter or two.”
There is no doubt that she would still want to make a difference in the world, as the princess’s friend noted to Williams.
A number of movies and television series have been made about Diana in recent years, but there was only one Diana, and even the glittering younger generation of royals cannot recapture her magic – a strange cocktail of glamor and vulnerability that was so well suited to her.
In Kensington Palace, the tributes that people had come to lay out in her honor were a testament to one of her most important effects on the country: Making the royal family a little more relaxed, a little more down to earth, perhaps even a little more human as a result of her passing.
Britain Remembers Princess Diana 25 Years After Her Death
It has been 25 years since Diana, Princess of Wales, died after a car accident in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris.
As much as her death itself sent shockwaves around the world, it was the circumstances surrounding it that led to an outpouring of grief – and anger – from the world.
At the moment of her death, Diana was being chased by the paparazzi as her driver was driving her through a tunnel as she was being chased by paparazzi.
As a result of the unfortunate accident that caused her death, the tabloid media is often blamed and has been criticized widely by the public since that time.