Princess Diana’s death was mourned around the world. Memorials were held in her honour. People would pay tribute to the late Princess outside of Kingston Palace even after she was buried. Princess Diana was a compassionate woman who dedicated her life to her two sons, the sick and less fortunate. The Princess was then known as The People’s Princess.
Wanting to be viewed as “...warm, caring, [and] compassionate...” Diana started participating in many social causes, compared to Prince Charles, “..whom she thought cold, [and] distant…” only participating in “...scholarly and spiritual subjects…” along with “...horses and polo…” (Mattern 64). After she lost her royal title Diana did everything in her power to civilly gain her rightful place in public. She went out of her way to do what others didn’t have the courage to do, she shook hands with AIDS patients, changing “public perception on this dreaded disease” (Mattern 59). “She went to New York as part of her first solo tour abroad” (Mattern 60). While there Diana visited Henry Street Shelter on the lower east side of New York.
Ladies, gentlemen and Chairperson, it is no joking matter how the intrusive behaviour of the media negatively impacted the life of Princess Diana and ultimately cost her her life. Let 's return to 1980, the genesis of Diana 's personal life no longer remaining private; Charles, the Prince of Wales, asking to take Diana 's hand in marriage. Society was intrigued by her instantly and the media soon began to follow her every step, mesmerised by her and wanting to learn everything about the woman that was soon to become a royal. Diana was catapulted into an unknown world which would spoil the remainder of her life. Years later, Diana said that she "understood the media were interested in what she did when she started her public life" although she was "not aware of how overwhelming that attention would become.
Before going into royalty, she had a vision of how she wanted the public to perceive her. She wanted to be treated like a commoner rather than royalty and knew the public would respect her more if she didn’t act “snobby and rich” (Newsmakers). As people began to grow in love with her, Diana used her influence towards good. In any opportunity to raise awareness towards a problem, Diana used her platform to fight for what she believed. In addition when Diana set her mind to something she felt passionate about, she did whatever possible to achieve her goal.
Being a charismatic individual, Diana could also influence the people with fashion and her impeccable sense of style. The fashion icon was more loved by the people when she did not take into account her royal title but was willing to serve the people with endless charity. Overwhelmed by her royal duties, Diana began to pursue her
Queen Elizabeth recognized her position of power and consequently sought to maintain it. Her last speech to Parliment in 1601 was calculated and designed to convince listeners that she deserves to rule. The speech was rhetorically adequate for the situation she delivered it. Elizabeth used two main methods to appeal to the two main types of listeners, which concisely convinced her subjects to regard her as a benevolent ruler. These two main components to the rhetorical were pious humility for the educated and clerical listeners/readers and the mention of God and love for the uneducated, religious, and illiterate listeners.
In the movie, the British media highlighted the death of Princess Diana and how the Royal Family was not showing enough grief. The British media prioritized this story, which can be seen from how the announcement of Princess Diana’s death appeared on numerous media outlets.
She meets many important people through her work such as First Lady Eldora Roosevelt. 2. She had to become president of YCWA organization, when she saw there need to be a change in leadership. (Listen as I inform you about her many achievements of the great Dr. Dorothy Height.) III.
The “Eulogy for Princess Diana” by Earl Charles Spencer, was a speech given at Westminster Abbey during the funeral service of Princess Diana. Earl Spencer, the brother of Diana gives the audience the sentiment of being uplifting to the tragic loss of his sister and hearten those around the world as he shares her meaningful achievements and the life they shared as brother and sister. When Earl Spencer addressed “the tens of millions of people taking part in this service all over the world via television and radio who never actually met her”, it builds his ethos. He evoked emotion in those people listening who a majority didn't even know much about her but still they discovered the impact and influence she made to her family and society whole.
Cinderella was loved by all her animals especially the mice, Gus and Jaq. Her step-sisters were very different from her. They were materialistic and did not like Cinderella. As time passed, Cinderella’s Father also passed away. At that moment, Lady Tremaine began to portray her hatred and jealousy for Cinderella’s beauty.