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Friday, April 29, 2011

Remembering Princess Diana...

     Today, April 29, 2011 marks the wedding of the century. Prince William, the 1st born child of the late Princess Diana and the heir to the British throne married Kate Middleton. Watching their wedding brings back the wedding of Princess Diana to Prince Charles which everybody knows tagged as the fairy tale wedding. Sadly, their wedding did not come out as in the fairy tale "and they live happily ever after". We all know the history, they divorced, and the tragic accident that we have lost the England Rose. 
      For some who still didn't know, Princess Diana was a descendant of King James II of England through an illegitimate daughter, Henrietta Fitzjames by his mistress, Arabella Churchill. On her mother's side, Diana was Irish and Scottish, as well as a descendant of American heiress Frances Work, her mother's grandmother and namesake, from whom the considerable Roche fortune was derived
     With all her deeds, stature, and grandeur she had lived differently, taken aside the protocol of a British monarchy, especially in rearing her children. I admired her a lot, from her face to the way she glances, to a smile to her elegant and classy dressing style to her no qualms in doing charity works and helping the needy. A true epitome of a queen. Diana was highly visible in support of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, a campaign that went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997 after her death.   
      I don't wanna tackle here what she had been through while she's still married. We all know how sad she was. Watching Prince William's wedding, I have some regrets that she was not able to see and witnessed the wedding of her beloved son. Maybe if she's still alive, she would be happy to see how her  kids have grown and that how she has influenced her 1st born. My admiration for Her Royal Highness, Princess of Wales made me to buy books about her.  Lady Diana, Princess of Wales is the Queen of People's Heart.
     A mourning was heard during Princess Diana's death at Westminster Abbey,  now an uproar of celebration for the wedding of her beloved son. Maybe that's the reason why Prince William now Duke of Cambridge wanted to hold his wedding with Kate Middleton now Duchess of Cambridge, to erase the bad memories Britons and his family have had at the time of his mother's death. Pray that it isn't another fairy tale but a true tale of love story and trust. 

the way she glances..

the way she nurtures her children ...

the way she smiles...

Princess Diana: "The worst illness of our time is that 
so many people have to suffer 
from not ever being loved" 

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