An exemplary princess
During her marriage to Charles, Diana assumed her role as a princess with ease and poise. She loved being the People’s Princess and took her role very seriously, bringing new life and spark to the royal family. Although somewhat different from the perfect prototype of a member of the royal family, Lady Diana cared about her role. She used her royal position to make a difference and provide as much help as she could and as much as her rank permitted. Her life was devoted to making a change for the sick, needy and the destitute. It seemed like she was unstoppable.
Diana threw herself into her charities and was a fearless leader in the issues that were dear to her. She was a delicate princess with a strong and affectionate heart. She was involved in causes such as the defense of children, the fight against AIDS, landmines and cancer. She became a pop culture icon with her star status, but it was the next task that was most important for the late Princess of Wales. Indeed, Princess Diana was a rising star, she fulfilled her role as princess well, but the most important always remained for her, her children. They remained her top priority throughout her life.