* Her Life With Prince Charls
Diana became Princess of Wales when she married the Prince of Wales on 29 July 1981 at St Paul’s Cathedral.
A sincere smile on her lips slowly began to disappear immediately after the honeymoon. In the presence of the Queen Mother she threw herself down the stairs house, then she was cutting veins with a razor, but she survived.
Charles was in love with Camilla Parker (Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall) and their relationship did not end even though they were both married. While Diana had a love affair, Charles was spending more and more time with his childhood friend Camilla Parker Bowles. Diana felt unloved and rejected, defeated by bulimia and countless suicide attempts. Diana sought comfort in other men, even she claimed that she loved Charles who has not noticed her.
The differences in habits, education, background and upbringing their marriage turned into agony appeared to have no end. While the prince always called her “darling”, she was coyly reply with the “fishface” Charles was terribly annoyed, and he thought such behavior was childish. Her prince enjoyed classical music, while she liked saccharine pop hits. He read a serious book, she “swallowed” romance novels. She loved junk food and always has commissioned hamburgers or pizza.
The divorce was finalised on 28 August 1996. Diana received around £17 million along with a clause standard in royal divorces preventing her from discussing the details. What’s left are Prince William and Harry born in 1982. and in 1984. year.
* The Press and the Public
“I’d like to be a queen in people’s hearts but I don’t see myself being queen of this country.”
Although Diana was an open book, especially after the interview in 1995. when she talked about bulimia, depression, cheating in marriage with Charles , for who she said that he is not fit to be king, the people wanted more.
British people worshiped her, but her popularity has been all over the world.
There is not a politician, musician or any other influential figure who remained silent after her death, and some of them have openly supported her during her life.
Her humanitarian work has always been hailed, Diana served a strong supporter of many charities and worked to help the homeless, people living with HIV and AIDS and children in need, but what everyone wanted to see was what Diana wore, with whom she met, who are her friends and talk about her marriage to Prince Charles.
The press and the public were fascinated by this seemingly odd couple—the reserved, garden-loving prince and the shy young woman with an interest in fashion and popular culture.