Diana, Princess of Wales

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History Press Limited, Jul 1, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 32 pages
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A magnificent tribute to the Princess of Wales, who remains in peopleís memories and hearts as one of the most popular members of all time of Britainís royal family. Captured in words from experienced royal author Brian Hoey and stunning full-colour images is a record of†every stage†of her lifeóher childhood at the ancestral home, Althorp House in the English countryside, her early days in the public eye following her romance with and subsequent engagement to Prince Charles, her fairy-tale wedding, her joy at and devotion to motherhood, her captivating beauty, grace and eye for fashion and style, and her contributions to charities worldwide.

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About the author (1996)

Brian Hoey is a distinguished royal journalist and broadcaster who has written many books on the Royal Family, including biographies of Queen Elizabeth II; Diana, Princess of Wales; Prince William; and the Princess Royal, Anne.

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