The memory of the Princess of the hearts!
Diana, Princess of Wales, who left this world on August 31, 1997, is still alive in media and hearts of the people. Much has been written and said and will continue to be said, about the tragic and sad life of a beautiful person.
12-year-ago, on August 31, 1997, she died after a car carrying her crashed. More than a decade has passed, like every year prayers and concerts will be organized in the memory of the Princess of the hearts!
The bold and the beautiful Princess had faced many hardships in her personal life but she was strong enough in making a mark for herself. She was known for her charitable work and social cause, her independent nature, courage to take a bold stand, and fight the blow of fate which had dealt her ruthlessly.
Diana's earliest memories, a daughter from the broken family The Spencer. A shy kindergarten teacher, a warm person, who adored children, was always ready to stand for any noble cause. A shy-sophisticated nineteen year old was suddenly pushed into focus, a position she was destined to occupy for the rest of her life, whether she liked it or not.
There was something incredibly magnetic about the Princess specially her breathtaking beauty. She was not merely photogenic. In fact, she was stunningly beautiful. She conducted herself with rare dignity and poise. The tragic and fatal end of Princess by the Paparazzi 'buzzing insects' called by Federico Fellini the Italian film maker.
Undoubtedly, her sudden demise brought a shocking end to the pace of a long run an overdue debate which might never end.
Diana, Princess of Wales, has died after a car crash in Paris. She was taken to hospital in the early hours of Sunday morning where surgeons tried for two hours to save her life but she died at 0300 BST. In a statement Buckingham Palace said the Queen and the Prince of Wales were "deeply shocked and distressed".
More than a decade after her death Diana the Princess of Wales, remains as fascinating today as when she was the most photographed women in the world.