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  The Murder of Diana, Princess of Wales
Princess Diana feared the brakes of her car were going to be tampered with, 10 months before she died in a crash in Paris, her former butler has claimed.
Diana was a painful thorn in the side of the elitists with her ability to take any issue and immediately bring it to the forefront of public attention.
Princess Diana was pregnant at the time of her death in a road accident in Paris six years ago, a media report said in London on Sunday.
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  Diana, Princess of Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Diana was educated at Riddlesworth Hall in Norfolk and at West Heath Girls' School (later reorganised as the New School at West Heath, a special school for boys and girls) in Sevenoaks, Kent, where she was regarded as an academically below-average student, having failed all of her O-level examinations.
In the case of Diana, as the wife of the Prince of Wales, she was Princess of Wales.
Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha (1736 - 1751)
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 Diana, Princess of Wales - tScholars.com
Diana was freed, alive, from the wreckage, and after some delay due to attempts to stabilize her at the scene, she was taken by ambulance to Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, arriving there shortly after 2:00 a.m.
Diana's death was greeted with extraordinary public grief, and her funeral at Westminster Abbey on 6 September drew an estimated 3 million [8] mourners in London, as well as worldwide television coverage.
Diana, Princess of Wales is buried at Althorp in Northamptonshire on an island in the middle of a lake called the Round Oval.
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 Royal Families
As she was no longer a princess the style of HRH accorded to British princesses was discontinued - or "lost" as the newspapers preferred to describe it - and, of course, she could no longer use the badge of the Prince of Wales.
Technically, Diana became Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, but as she appeared to prefer not to use her premarital style, this was seen, if at all, very rarely in public print.
The wife of The Prince of Wales is The Princess of Wales.
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 Diana, Princess of Wales Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.com (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Charles resumed his old, pre-marital relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles, while Diana became involved with her riding instructor James Hewitt and perhaps later with James Gilbey, her telephone partner in the so-called Squidgygate affair.
After her separation from Prince Charles, Diana was, in some way, involved with married art dealer Oliver Hoare, to whom it was discovered that she had made a series of anonymous telephone calls, and with rugby player Will Carling.
During her marriage to Charles, her full title was Her Royal Highness The Princess Charles, Princess of Wales and Countess of Chester, Duchess of Cornwall, Duchess of Rothesay, Countess of Carrick, Baroness of Renfrew, Lady of the Isles, Princess of Scotland.
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 Diana, Princess of Wales 1961-1997 - The Life & Work of Princess Diana   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Diana, Princess of Wales, the former Lady Diana Frances Spencer, was born on 1 July 1961, the daughter of the then Lord and Lady Althorp – now the late Earl Spencer and the late Honourable Mrs Shand­Kydd.
Diana, Princess of Wales understood the power of her role in the public's eye, and used that understanding to change attitudes to important issues of the day.
Diana, Princess of Wales is buried on a small island in a lake on the Althorp estate, her family's ancestral home.
www.theworkcontinues.org /diana_life.shtml   (1644 words)

  
 Diana, princess of Wales. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
princess of Wales, 1961–97, wife of Charles, prince of Wales (1948–), heir to the British throne.
The daughter of the 8th Earl Spencer, Lady Diana Frances Spencer was a kindergarten teacher in London before her 1981 marriage to Charles.
Diana and Charles were rivals for acceptance by the British public after their marriage unraveled spectacularly; her death in a Paris car crash in Aug., 1997, brought a huge outpouring of sentiment.
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 PRINCESS DIANA PRINCESS OF WALES
Diana, Princess of Wales, was born at Park House, Sandringham, as the Hon Diana Frances Spencer.
The Prince and Princess of Wales claimed to have met in a ploughed field at Althorp where Prince Charles was staying as a guest of Lady Sarah Spencer, the Princess's elder sister, in November 1977.
While a discreet and low-key courtship was executed in private, Lady Diana was pursued to and from work by determined cameramen and reporters and had to resort to complicated manoeuvres to rescue the last vestiges of her privacy.
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 Royalty.nu - Diana, Princess of Wales - Princess Diana's life
Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words by Andrew Morton is an updated edition of the book Princess Diana secretly helped Morton write in 1992.
The author believes that Diana was hounded by a press that regarded her as an easy target, and that the coldness of the royal family led Diana to espouse radical causes.
Diana: Collecting on a Princess by Charles Nobles is an identification and price guide to books, plates, dolls, magazines and other types of commemoratives and memorabilia.
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 Princess of Wales
Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, to the surprise of many, will no longer be The Princess of Wales, for that is the title of the wife of the man who holds the Principality of Wales of his feudal superior, the Queen.
Before the final decisions were published, many had expected Diana to lose the title of Princess of Wales and to retain the style of "Her Royal Highness" (as some deemed appropriate for a mother of a future king).
Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, is thus also Lady Diana, Duchess of Cornwall, and because the title is regarded merely as a name, the status held by the wife of a duke is lost, as is the style of a duchess ("Her Grace").
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 TIME 100: Diana, Princess of Wales
Diana was beautiful, in a fresh-faced, English, outdoors-girl kind of way.
Diana was a princess, but there are many princesses in Europe, none of whom ever came close to capturing the popular imagination the way she did.
Princess Grace of Monaco was perhaps the nearest thing, but then she had really been a movie star, which surely provided the vital luster to her role as figurehead of a country that is little more than a gambling casino on the southern coast of France.
www.time.com /time/time100/heroes/profile/diana01.html   (439 words)

  
 Gale - Free Resources - Women's History - Biographies - Diana, Princess of Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Diana was the most photographed woman in the world, and from the time of her marriage to her premature and appalling death in 1997, she forged a public persona that blended her various roles as princess, wife, mother, goodwill ambassador for England, and international humanitarian.
Diana's fortuitous combination of beauty and glamour, her accessible, sympathetic, and vulnerable personality, and an ability to convey genuine concern for the affairs of ordinary people and the world's poor and downtrodden, set her apart decisively from the distant formality of the British monarchy.
The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, established to endow a suitable memorial, was still riven by indecision, controversy and exploitation by the end of the 1990s, while her name and likeness was continually exploited by the souvenir market.
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 Diana: No murder, no pregnancy - CNN.com
Diana, 36, and 42-year-old Fayed were killed when their Mercedes crashed in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in the early hours of August 31, 1997.
Diana's death unleashed a string of conspiracy theories that British spies or even her ex-husband, heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles, had plotted the accident because the couple's relationship was embarrassing the royal household.
Diana's sons, Princes William and Harry, released a statement saying they wanted the "conclusive findings" of the investigation into their mother's death to bring an end to speculation surrounding the crash.
www.cnn.com /2006/WORLD/europe/12/14/diana.report   (975 words)

  
 Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, Lady Diana - related Links, Photos, Pictures, Software
Diana was the youngest daughter of Frances Ruth Burke-Roche (daughter of the fourth Baron Fermoy) and Edward John Spencer, Viscount Althorp.
Diana Spencer was now the first Englishwoman to marry an heir to the throne since 1659 when Lady Anne Hyde married the Duke of York, the future James II of England.
During the mid-to-late 1980s, Diana became well known for her support of charity projects, and is given considerable credit for her campaigning against the use of landmines and diminishing the stigma associated with AIDS.
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 Princess Diana, Princess of Wales: Dodi Al Fayed
Certainly the princess worked hard, but she was also a woman with erotic needs, with an inclination for love and passion.
Diana knew from her own bitter experience how terrible it is to read revealing stories in the papers.
Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayad fly from Sardinia to Paris and land at Le Bourget airport.
www.princess-diana.com /diana/dodi.htm   (1321 words)

  
 Report: Princess Diana's death an accident, not conspiracy - USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed and their driver Henri Paul (left) are seen moments before they left the Ritz hotel in Paris August 31, 1997.
LONDON — More than nine years after Princess Diana perished in a Paris car crash, the multiple investigations and elaborate conspiracy theories about her death are moving closer to an end: The case of the tragic princess might be over next year.
But the British report concluded that Diana was not pregnant, based on new forensics tests on her blood from the Mercedes in which she died, and she was not engaged to Dodi, although he had bought a ring for her the day they died.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2006-12-14-diana-report_x.htm   (770 words)

  
 Charity - Diana Princess of Wales - resources. Exhibition showing the life and work of Diana, the Princess of Wales
During the mid-to-late 1980s, the Princess of Wales became well known for her support of charity projects, and is credited with considerable influence for her campaigns against the use of landmines and helping the victims of AIDS.
The pictures of Diana, Princess of Wales touring a minefield, in helmet and flak jacket, were seen worldwide.
She is widely credited for her influence on the governments of the UK and other nations, in their signing of the Ottawa Treaty in December 1997 (after her death) which created an international ban on the use of anti-personnel landmines.
www.dianacelebration.com /charity.htm   (491 words)

  
 Diana Princess of Wales - Great Men and Women of the World
The Princess was taken to the La Pitie Salpetriere Hospital, where she underwent two hours of emergency surgery before being declared dead at 0300 BST.
Diana, Princess of Wales, formerly Lady Diana Frances Spencer, was born on 1 July 1961 at Park House near Sandringham, Norfolk.
In the year before her death, the Princess was an active campaigner for a ban on the manufacture and use of land mines, visiting Angola and Bosnia as part of her campaign.
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 Princess Diana.
They attempted to tune in to Diana's spirit on the journey from the Ritz to the Pont de L'Alma, where the fateful car crash resulted in the death of Princess Diana, Dodi and the driver Henri Paul.
Simone Simmons purports to be in possession of the infamous Princess Diana Diary in which Diana rated her lovers.
Diana was someone with a natural nobility who was classless and who proved in the last year that she needed no royal title to continue to generate her particular brand of magic.
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 CANOE -- CNEWS - World: Excerpts - The embalming of Diana
Professor Bruno Riou, who had assisted in the emergency surgery on the Princess of Wales and pronounced her dead at 4am, signed the certificate confirming that there were no medical/legal obstacles, following an external examination of the body of the Princess of Wales by a pathologist.
Claim 2 - The post-mortem report (of the Princess of Wales) was, according to Professor Lecomte, given to her and her assistant on a personal basis.
The only logical criminal motive to embalm the Princess of Wales in these circumstances would be to thwart any possible future request by another party for her samples to be tested.
cnews.canoe.ca /CNEWS/World/2006/12/14/2788804.html   (2038 words)

  
 Diana, Princess of Wales — Infoplease.com
Diana captivated the world with her natural poise and charm.
Diana, Princess of Wales - Diana, Princess of Wales (Lady Diana Frances Spencer) former princess Born: 7/1/1961 Birthplace:...
Diana, princess of Wales - Diana Diana, princess of Wales, 1961–97, wife of Charles, prince of Wales, heir to the...
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 Amazon.com: Diana (Diana Princess of Wales): Books: Julie Burchill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Burchill sees Diana as a woman betrayed by a using and adulterous husband and distorted from childhood by the false values and iniquity of a class, who grew into a person of real compassion and social usefulness, escaping self-destructive urges and eating disorders to settle into a mature sensuality.
Was Diana the Golden Girl she appeared to be - to a large extent what we saw, was indeed, what she was.
The author concedes that Diana had some problems and weaknesses of her own, but overwhelmingly takes the side of Diana against the House of Windsor, and scathingly considers Prince Charles to be a third-rate character unworthy to be king.
www.amazon.com /Diana-Princess-Wales-Julie-Burchill/dp/029782418X   (1708 words)

  
 Diana, Princess of Wales : A Tribute
Diana, Princess of Wales: A Tribute is a unique audio portrait of this remarkable woman, tracing her life from her auspicious birth and childhood as the daughter of an ancient aristocratic family, to her school days, fairy-tale engagement to Prince Charles, and her spectacular wedding--an event watched by millions.
Diana, Princess of Wales features extracts from interviews with Diana's friends and acquaintances, as well as with the Princess herself.
It also captures the last whirlwind year of Diana's life, during which time she weathered a difficult divorce and was stripped of her Royal title, but, happily, found new love and new hope for the future.
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 eBay Guides - Diana Princess of Wales Dolls
During the period when Diana's unhappiness in her marriage became openly apparent to the public (1991-1992,) the Diana doll phenomenon seemed to die down.
Within a few months of announcing its "Diana, Princess of Wales Porcelain Portrait Doll" in the Elvis gown, the Franklin Mint expanded it to a planned series of 6, released the People's Princess vinyl portrait wardrobe doll and announced the first set of outfits for her.
After the trustees of Diana's estate and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund filed a lawsuit against the Franklin Mint in 1998, the deluge of dolls began to dry up as doll makers worried that they would be next in the firing line.
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