Princess Diana

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Princess Diana Frances Spencer was a remarkable leader throughout her lifetime, even after she passed away, she managed to impact the lives of people in a positive manner.
It all first started off on July 1st of 1961 near Sandringham, England when Diana was born. Her parents were Edward John Spencer (father) and Frances Ruth Burke Roche (mother). Her eldest siblings were Sarah and Jane and her younger brother was Charles. A year before Diana was born, her brother named John, unfortunately died at birth. At the age of 6, Diana’s parents divorced and she went into the custody of her father along with her siblings. Then, they moved to Althorpe, near Northampton and proceeded to live there for the rest of her childhood. She claimed to have had
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As stated by Former President Bill Clinton, "In 1987, when so many still believed that AIDS could be contracted through casual contact, Princess Diana sat on the sickbed of a man with AIDS and held his hand. She showed the world that people with AIDS deserve no isolation, but compassion and kindness. It helped change world opinion, and gave hope to people with AIDS with an outcome of saved lives of people at risk,” which proves that Diana had managed to change the way people view other people. This was and still is an important asset to society, so it is amazing how she managed to change the way people react around others with such conditions. Diana managed to create a relationship between the Royal British Family and the people within their kingdom that had not been done before by interacting with many different people and acting with them as though they had been friends for a long…show more content…
After her death, Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund was founded. This is a funding system that provides palliative care, penal reform, asylum care and addresses other issues. In Diana’s rememberance, a collection of her most memorable moments had earned a public demonstration at the Kensington Palace. Princess Diana’s life influenced a musical in her honor called, “Diana,” which displayed an over-dramatic production that leads to the day of her wedding in 1981. Unfortunately, Diana passed away before she could admire the impact she left on the world. Her memory still lives within those who she has helped through her activities when she was alive and the charities that are still up and going in her name up until this
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