Princess Diana Legacy

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“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” Princess Diana did many things to help the people of the world. The Princess helped the people who had leprosy. Diana 's legacy lives on because she was special, and unlike any other member of the royal family that had ever lived. She always thought that her life was unhappy because of her bulimia. Diana had a history of bulimia, and there have been reports that she threw herself down a staircase in a suicide attempt as well. Bulimia is a an emotional disorder involving distortion of body image. Once people learned that Princess Diana suffered from mental health issues, it helped lessen the stigma around mental health for some. Princess Diana said her life was unhappy, so she brought the happiness to the world.
Princess Diana had a depressing childhood. She was born on July 1, 1961, and Diana had two older sisters, Sarah and Jane. She also has a brother named Charles Edward. When Diana was born, her father was disappointed that she was not the son he wished for. She studied dance, played tennis, and read countless romance novels by Barbara Cartland. Diana won many trophies for swimming and diving at West Health. The Princess even invented a dive called the “Spencer Special,” which always drew a crowd. While she was at West Health, Diana discovered the talent for working with disadvantaged people. Through a school volunteer program, she
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