Ah, the life of a Royal. Expensive clothes, gourmet meals, and The Crown Jewels. But not really.
By Rebecca English for the Daily Mail. Which makes the emergence of an as yet unseen picture of a teenage Lady Diana Spencer particularly intriguing. The mystery deepens, however, when it is revealed that efforts were made to ensure that the black and white photograph, taken on a skiing holiday before she met Prince Charles, never saw the light of day.
Diana's activism and glamour made her an international icon and earned her an enduring popularity as well as an unprecedented public scrutiny, exacerbated by her tumultuous private life. Diana was born into the Spencer familyamong the most prominent of the British nobility. She was the youngest daughter of the 8th Earl Spencer and Frances Shand Kyddand was strongly affected by their divorce in She grew up close to the royal family on their Sandringham estate.
Chronicles of her many lovers—both before and after the royal divorce—continue to emerge 15 years after her tragic death in a Paris car accident. This Friday Naomi Watts stars as Princess Diana in the movie Dianaan account of the last two years of her life and her love affair with cardiac surgeon Hasnat Khanand later with billionaire Dodi Fayed. We decided to take a look at the various men who gave her excitement, comfort, and an interesting nickname during and after her time as Her Royal Highness.
They have their own team of Royal aides who control everything the media knows about the family and that's how they would like for it to stay. But it's not that easy, as the press are doing everything they can to break down the Royal privacy barrier so they can get as close and personal as possible. These following pictures all show a side of the Royal Family which they did not want you to see.
Lady Di was only married once, but there were constant rumors about her various affairs. Who were the men she preferred better than Prince Charles? Source: Steemit. Source: The Sun.
There are few, if any, readers in need of a refresher on the tragedy that befell Princess Diana on August 31, —15 years ago today. The idea that the paparazzi thirst that killed her—and the editors that fueled that thirst—would have been decried, and that official commissions and legislators would have urged and mandated editorial restraint, is today laughable, with naked Prince Harry as the punch line. But it didn't last long.