The Last 100 Days of Diana – her death shocked the nation and rest of the world

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The Last 100 Days of Diana – a close-up look at the fun-filled, sometimes heartbreaking days of the former wife of Prince Charles

On the 31st August 1997, Diana Princess of Wales, died in a tragic car crash in Paris.  Her death shocked the world.

Her sons William was 15 and Harry just 12.

They admit to not having mourned their Mother’s death.  But now after 20 years the two Royal brothers are open and public.

During her final days Diana was having fun.  She loved clothes in particular designer fashions.  Diana look amazing in many of the designs she wore and looked elegant and cool in casual and beach wear.

Men were constantly seeking her attention. Many were lucky and would be seen with the Princess Royal clinging to them after a night out.

Diana fell in love also.  But the man she wanted would not make a final commitment to her.  Hasnat Khan, a Pakistani heart surgeon, was the Princesses dream.  It was impossible.

But perhaps the best-known monument to the late Princess can be found in the basement of Harrods department store, which was, from 1985 to 2010, owned by Mohamed Al Fayed, the father of Dodi Al Fayed, with whom Diana had her last fling. In a city of monuments, it is one of the newest, put up in the aftermath of the August 31, 1997, car crash that took Diana’s and Dodi’s lives.

 

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