For much of her life, Princess Diana was one of the most famous women in the world.
She established herself as a royal princess and she was well and truly a people person, people all across the nation loved her.
However, it’s strange to wonder about what might have been of her life if she hadn’t perished in the terrible car accident on August 31, 1997.
Despite marrying into the royal family, she had royal blood in her tracing back to Mary Queen of Scots.
Her marriage to Prince Charles was a global event, her magnificent dress had 10,000 pearls on it and a train that ran a staggering 25 feet long.
The wedding was broadcast on TV and was watched by 750 million people worldwide.
She oozed grace and integrity, despite having extremely little time out of the public eye.
Shortly after her and the Prince became engaged, she made headlines by speaking out about her struggles with depression and bulimia.
The Princess was one of the first people to stand up for HIV/AIDS charities, when it was still a taboo subject.
Upon her death, her engagement ring was given to her son, William, who later in life proposed to his future wife, Kate Middleton.
She really wanted her two children to have normal lives, even sending them to pre-school outside of the palace.