DIANA PRINCESS OF WALES A TRIBUTE BOOK
TIM GRAHAM, 1997
On hearing of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, there was an emotional outpouring of grief from millions across the world, but the love and!egard ordinary people had for ‘The People’s Princess’ was never in doubt. Diana was many things to many people -tireless charity worker, style icon, loving mother to her two sons -and in Diana, Princess of Wales: A 1Tibute Tim Graham shows the many facets of her personality in a heartfelt acknowledgement of a remarkable woman. From the moment the shy nineteen-year-old kindergarten teacher first stood in a ray of sunlight to have her photo- graph taken, the world recognized a new star. Seldom out of the newspapers, always in the news, the Princess used her sudden celebrity to fight for the causes she believed in -for the better understanding of Aids patients; against the use of landmines, where the devastation they wreak can be felt .” . decades after they are put in place; for the care of terminally ill children, most particularly at the Great Ormdnd Street Children’s Hospital; these and hundreds of other causes benefited from her care and love. Now, as a nation and the world pay their final respects with an intensity of feeling rarely experienced, Diana, Princess of Wales: A Tribute documents in an intimate portrait the making of a legend.
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