In these times, talking about monarchies seems somewhat unthinkable, but in Europe they are more relevant than ever. And, one of the most important is, without a doubt, that of the United Kingdom. The throne, which has been in command of Elizabeth II for 70 years, is still highly respected in her country. But, who knew how to mark the history proper of the Windsors was, neither more nor less than Lady Di.
Born July 1, 1961 in Sandringham, Lady Di She was the daughter of the Earl of Spencer, John VIII and the Honorable Frances Roche. Although, beyond being an aristocrat, her life changed completely when in 1977 she met Prince Charles of Wales. The heir to the throne and eldest son of the Queen and Philip of Edinburgh was in a relationship with his older sister, Lady Sarah who was the cause of presenting them.
However, it was not until 1980 that Lady Di it was definitively introduced into the British monarchy. After developing a tender friendship with the Prince, she ended up mating with him, getting engaged, and then marrying without knowing that this would be her worst nightmare. On July 29, 1981, Westminster Abbey dressed in white to receive the Princes of Wales on their wedding day.
Although, the marriage did not last more than eleven years since in 1992 the official separation of both was confirmed so that, later, in 1995, their legal divorce became effective. And so, Lady Di she began a new life away from the royal family, but not entirely: her two sons, William and Harry, were still senior members of the Windsors. For this reason, her bond with Elizabeth II and even her ex-husband, should continue to be cordial.
However, on August 31, 1997, when Diana began to rebuild her life and seemed, at least to the media, to smile again, news shook the world. In Paris, France, the Princess was in a car accident with her partner, Dodi Al Fayed, and her driver, Henri Paul. And, under the watchful eyes of all England, Buckingham Palace confirmed that William and Harry’s mother could not be saved.
Twenty-four years have passed since that tragic event, but the former Duchess of Cornwall remains more relevant than ever. In the memory of the English, in the memory of Europe and the world: well, she was the only one who knew how to defy all protocol norms. And, although at that time, her children were only 12 and 15 years old, they are the ones who most remember the legacy that their mother left them since, whenever they have the opportunity, they honor her.
Therefore, this day could not be the exception. After the incredible statue discovered on his 60th birthday, now the dukes decided to do the same, but at a distance.
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