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Hello. In loving memory of the wonderful, special, caring and beautiful Princess Diana, this a Charity sale. Here is a cool addition for your wallet to take out and show in rememborance when you are asked for i.d
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It is the exact size of a regular drivers license and constructed of fine, high quality, thick ,laminated plastic. YOU WILL LOVE IT. It has the Princess' height , weight, date of birth, hair and eye color, etc.
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Diana, Princess of Wales(Diana Frances;[fn 1]néeSpencer; 1 July 1961– 31 August 1997) was the first wife ofCharles, Prince of Wales, the eldest son andheir apparentofQueen Elizabeth II.
She was well known for her fund-raising work for international charities and as an eminent celebrity of the late 20th century. Herwedding to the Prince of Waleson 29 July 1981 was held atSt Paul's Cathedraland seen by a global television audience of over 750 million. While married she bore the titlesPrincess of Wales,Duchess of Cornwall,Duchess of Rothesay,Countess of ChesterandBaroness of Renfrew. The marriage produced two sons, the becamesecond and third in lineto the British throne.
Diana was born into an aristocratic English family with royal ancestry. She was the fourth child ofJohn Spencer, 8th Earl Spencerand his wifeFrances, daughter ofMaurice Roche, 4th Baron Fermoy. She became a public figure with the announcement of her engagement. She also received recognition for her charity work and for her support of theInternational Campaign to Ban Landmines. From 1989, she was the president of theGreat Ormond Street Hospitalfor children, in addition to dozens of other charities. Diana remained the object of worldwide media scrutiny during and after her marriage, which ended in divorce on 28 August 1996. Media attention andpublic mourningwere considerable followingher death in a car crash in Parison 31 August 1997.
DianaPrincess of Wales;Duchess of Rothesay(more)The Princess at the International Leonardo Prize in 1995SpouseCharles, Prince of Wales (m. 1981, div. 1996)IssuePrince William, Duke of Cambridge Prince Harry of WalesFull nameDiana Frances[fn 1]HouseHouse of Windsor(by marriage)FatherJohn Spencer, 8th Earl SpencerMotherFrances Shand KyddBorn1 July 1961 Park August Hospital,Paris,FranceBurial6 September 1997 Althorp, NorthamptonshireSignatureReligionChurch of EnglandChildrenThe Prince and Princess of Wales afterthe weddingofthe DukeandDuchess of Yorkin 1986
After the marriage, the couple made their homes atKensington Palaceand atHighgrove House, nearTetbury. On 5 November 1981, the Princess' first pregnancy was officially announced, and she frankly discussed her pregnancy with members of the press corps.After Diana fell down a staircase at Sandringham in January 1982, 12 weeks into her first pregnancy, the royalgynaecologistSir George Pinkerwas summoned from London. He found that although she had suffered severe bruising, thefoetuswas uninjured.In the private Lindo Wing ofSt Mary's HospitalinPaddington, London, on 21 June 1982, under the care of Pinker,the Princess gave natural birth to her and the Prince's first son and heir,William Arthur Philip Louis.Amidst some media criticism, she decided to take William, still a baby, on her first major tours of Australia and New Zealand, but the decision was popularly applauded. By her own admission, the Princess of Wales had not initially intended to take William until it was suggested byMalcolm Fraser, theAustralian prime minister.
A second son,Henry Charles Albert David, was born two years after William, on 15 September 1984.The Princess asserted she and the Prince were closest during her pregnancy with "Harry" (as the younger prince has always been known). She was aware their second child was a boy, but did not share the knowledge with anyone else, including the Prince of Wales.Persistent suggestions that Harry's father is not Charles butJames Hewitt, with whom Diana had an affair, have been based on a physical similarity between Hewitt and Harry. However, Harry had already been born by the time the affair between Hewitt and Diana began.
Even her harshest critics agree that the Princess of Wales was a devoted, imaginative and demonstrative mother.She rarely deferred to the Prince or to the Royal Family, and was often intransigent when it came to the children. She chose their first given names, dismissed a royal family nanny and engaged one of her own choosing, selected their schools and clothing, planned their outings and took them to school herself as often as her schedule permitted. She also negotiated her public duties around their timetables.
Royal dutiesThe Prince and Princess of Wales withSandro Pertiniin 1985.
After her marriage with the Prince of Wales, Diana quickly became involved in the official duties of the Royal Family.Her first tour with the Prince of Wales was a three-day visit toWalesin October 1981.In 1982, Diana accompanied the Prince of Wales toNetherlandsand was created a Grand Cross of theOrder of the Crownby QueenBeatrix of the Netherlands.The Princess's first official solo visit overseas was in September 1982, when she represented her mother-in-law at the State funeral ofPrincess Grace of Monaco.In 1983, she accompanied the Prince on a tour ofAustraliaandNew Zealandwith Prince William, where they met withthe country's native people, who honored the couple with a traditional boat tour and gifts representing their culture.From June to July 1983, the Prince and Princess undertook official visits toCanadafor the official opening of World Universities Games and to celebrate the 400th anniversary of SirHumphrey Gilbert's taking possession ofNewfoundland.In February 1984, she travelled toNorwayon her own to attend a performance ofCarmenby theLondon City Ballet, of which she was Diana was received in byCrown Prince HaraldandCrown Princess Sonja of Norway.
From left to right, the Prince and Princess of Wales (wearing theTravolta dress), the U.S. First LadyNancy Reaganand U.S. PresidentRonald Reaganin November 1985.
In April 1985, the Prince and Princess of Wales visitedItalywith their children, Princes William and Harry and met with PresidentAlessandro Pertini.Their visit to theHoly Seeincluded a private audience withPope John Paul II.The Princess made herinauguraloverseas tour, to theUnited States, in November 1985.During their tour in the United States, they met with PresidentRonald Reaganand First LadyNancy Reaganat the White house. 1986 was a busy year for Diana. With the Prince of Wales they embarked on a tour Canada.In Japan, the Princess was presented with a $40,000 silkkimonoand as part of her humanitarian work, the Princess of Wales visited the Red Cross Infants Home for Disabled Children inTokyo.One of the main official visits the royal couple made was to theTokyo Imperial Palace, whereEmperor Hirohitoheld a state banquet on their honour.In Spain, the couple were greeted by the students of arts and music in theUniversity of Salamanca. Charles and Diana were close friends toKing Juan Carlosand his family. The couple used to spend their summer vacation inMajorca, a favorite royal destination.In Canada they visitedExpo 86.
In February 1987, the Prince and Princess of Wales visitedPortugal.The visit had been arranged to coincide with the anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Windsor in 1387 which had bound Britain and Portugal in "perpetual friendship".The Prince and Princess of Wales attended a banquet held in their honour by PresidentMário Soaresat theAjuda National Palace.In 1987, Charles and Diana were also invited to attend theCannes Film Festival.In 1988, the Prince and Princess of Wales touredAustraliafor thebicentenary celebrations.In 1989, the couple were invited to visit theArab States of the Persian Gulf, where they met with the British citizens, visited Schools of British Scots in the region and joined members of the royal families in state dinners and desert picnics.The tour began inKuwaitand they stayed in theAs-Salam PalaceatShuwaikh Portas guests of the Kuwait Government.During their visit, they had an audience withthe Emir of Kuwait, followed by lunch.They also had an audience withthe Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Kuwait, who hosted a dinner in their honour.Diana was also given a chest full of gold jewelry, a silver tea set and a gold embroidered Bedouin gown.During their tour in Kuwait, the Princess visited The Kuwait Handicapped Society, reflecting her ongoing interest in children and their needs.InSaudi Arabia, the Princess was invited toKing Fahd's palace, a rare honour for a Qaboospresented Diana with a Queen's ransom in jewels.The tour finished inUnited Arab Emirates.
The Prince and Princess of Wales with West German PresidentRichard von Weizsäckerand his wife Marianne inBonn, 2 November 1987.
In March 1990, she joined the Prince of Wales to their tour, the Princess visited children's hospitals, traditional hand-loom weavers and women's development projects.The President of Cameroon later hosted an official dinner to welcome them inYaoundé.In May 1990, they undertook an official visit toHungary.The royal couple were met at the airport by their host, newly elected interim PresidentÁrpád Göncz.President Göncz later hosted an official dinner to welcome the royal couple.During their four-day trip, the couple met with government officials, business officials and artists and the Princess viewed a display of British fashion at theMuseum of Applied Arts.In November 1990, the royal couple went to Japan to attend Akihito.In 1991, the Princess went with the Prince of Wales and her children to undertake an official visit to Canada to present replica ofQueen Victoria's Royal Charter toQueen's University, on the 150th anniversary of the university's 1841 founding.In September 1991, the Princess visitedPakistan.During her visit, Diana helped the needy families inLahore, met with Islamic scholars and students.In that year, they also visitedBrazil.During their tour in Brazil, Diana visited the orphanage and an Aids Treatment Centre for children. She also met the Brazilian PresidentFernando Collor de Melloand First LadyRosane CollorinBrasília.Their last joint overseas visits were toIndiaandSouth Koreain 1992.
In 1992, the Princess of Wales made a short visit toEgypt, where she visited local schools and treatment centres for handicapped children inCairo.She was invited to stay at the British Ambassador's villa. During her stay, she met with PresidentHosni Mubarak.She also visited historical sights such as was accompanied byZahi Hawass, a famous Egyptian archaeologist. In February 1995, the Princess visited Japan and was received bythe EmperorandEmpress of Japan.In June 1995, Diana went toVeniceto visit theVenice Biennaleart festival.In December 1993, the Princess of Wales announced that she would be reducing the extent of her public life in order to combine 'a meaningful public role with a more private life'.In November 1995, the Princess undertook a four-day trip toArgentinaand met with PresidentCarlos Menemand his daughter, Zulemita, for lunch.The Princess visited many other countries style="margin: 0.4em 0px 0.5em; line-height: 19.1875px; font-size: 13px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">After her separation from Prince Charles, the Princess continued to appear with the other members of the Royal Family on major national occasions, such as the commemorations of the 50th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe Day) and VJ (Victory over Japan Day) in 1995.The Princess spent her 36th and last birthday on 1 July 1997 attending the Tate Gallery's 100th anniversary celebrations.Her last official engagement in Britain was on 21 July, when she visited the children's accident and emergency unit at Park Hospital, London.
Charity work and patronageThe Princess of Wales on a royal visit for the official opening of the community centre on Whitehall Road, Bristol, in May 1987.
Although in 1983 she confided in the then-Premier of Newfoundland,Brian Peckford, "I am finding it very difficult to cope with the pressures of being Princess of Wales, but I am learning to cope,"from the mid-1980s, the Princess of Wales became increasingly associated with numerous charities. As Princess of Wales, she was expected to make regular public appearances at hospitals, schools and other facilities, in the 20th century model of royal patronage. The Princess developed an intense interest in serious illnesses and health-related matters outside the purview of traditional royal involvement, including AIDS andleprosy. In addition, she was thepatronessof charities and organisations working with the homeless, youth, drug addicts and the elderly. From 1989, she was President ofGreat Ormond Street Hospitalfor Children. In the same year, Diana became President of the British marital advice organisations, which she ended in 1996.
The day after her divorce, she announced her resignation from over 100 charities to spend more time with the remaining six.Following her divorce, she remained patron ofCentrepoint(homeless charity),English National Ballet,Leprosy MissionandNational AIDS Trust, and President of Great Ormond Street Hospital and of theRoyal Marsden Hospital.In June 1997, the Princess attended receptions in London and New York as previews of the sale of a number of dresses and suits worn by her on official engagements, with the proceeds going to charity.
During her final year, Diana lent highly visible support to theInternational Campaign to Ban Landmines, a campaign which won theNobel Peace Prizein 1997, only a few months after her death.
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