Diana: I'm going to be me: The People's Princess Revealed in Her Words

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Barzipan Publishing, Jul 1, 2017 - Biography & Autobiography - 112 pages
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The first book to be written entirely in Princess Diana's own words, this book of quotations takes us from Diana's troubled childhood, through her rushed and ultimately unhappy marriage to Prince Charles and the uneasy relationship with the Royal Family, to her last years of failed flings and untimely death. But it also highlights the depths of her care and compassion, her unshakeable love of family, her groundbreaking campaigns on AIDS and land mines and her cheeky, sometimes risque, sense of humour. Beautiful and vulnerable, and one of the most popular and most photographed public figures, she lived the whole of her adult life in the glare of an intense media spotlight yet managed to retain herdignity and identity. In this first ever comprehensive collection of Diana's most memorable quotes, veteran royal reporter Phil Dampier reveals the heart and soul of an incredible woman who is missed by millions around the world. Her powerful legacy lives on through her sons, Princes William and Harry, and a new generation is becoming aware her extraordinary life for the first time.


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Phil Dampier has been writing about the royal family for 30 years. Between 1986 and 1991 he covered the royal beat for TheSun, Britain's biggest-selling daily newspaper, and frequently engaged in conversations with Princess Diana while reportingher weekly duties, as well as numerous holidays. As a freelance journalist for the last 25 years, he has travelled to more than 60 countries, following members of the House of Windsor, and his articles have been published in dozens of newspapers and magazines worldwide. He often appears on radio and TV, and gave expert analysis for Global National TV of Canada during their coverage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of British Columbia in 2016. 

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