Presentation on theme: "Full name: Diana Frances Spencer Born: 1 July 1961,Sandringham, Norfolk Died: 31 August 1997 (aged 36), Paris Burial: Althorp, Northamptonshire She was:"— Presentation transcript:
Full name: Diana Frances Spencer Born: 1 July 1961,Sandringham, Norfolk Died: 31 August 1997 (aged 36), Paris Burial: Althorp, Northamptonshire She was: Princess of Wales; Duchess of Rothesay Husband: Prince charles Posterity: Prince William, Prince Harry Father: John Spencer, Mother: Frances Rocheo, than Spencer.
Diana was the youngest daughter of John Spencer From England and Frances Spencer (Later Frances Burke Roche, and later Frances Shand Kydd) from Irish She was born in Norfolk on 1 July 1961 at 18.45, and was baptised on 30 August 1961 by the Rev. Percy Herbert, with godparent John Floyd. She was the fourth child. She has two older sisters Sarah and Jane. In 1969 her parents divorced. Then Diana's mother took her to live in an apartment in London, where Diana went to school. Every Christmas, She returned to Norfolk, but then the court gave the children to the care of his father. In 1975 her father became the eighth Earl Spencer, after the death of grandfather, Albert Spencer, and therefore, its title changed to Lady Diana Spencer.
Diana grew up in her father's house on the royal estates at Sandringham and in the family house of his father at Althorp. She knew the royal family since childhood. Diana was playing games with Charles's brothers in childhood Diana and Charles started their relationship in 1980 and concealed it from the media. But soon the cameras and the cameras captured the "Shy Di" (shy Diana), who in her 19 years charmed the world with its beauty and innocence. Charles asked her to marry him in February 1981. The wedding took place in 29th July 1981 in St. Paul's Cathedral
In the private Wing of St. Mary's Hospital on 21 June 1982 Diana gave birth to Prince William. His full name is William Arthur Philip Louis. The second son, Prince Herry, was born about two years after William on 15 September 1984. His name is Henry Charles Albert David. Appeared to speculation that Harry's biological father is James Hewitt, Diana's lover. Diana denied everything, but people say that Harry looks like James. Diana chose the first name, refused to have a nanny and defied tradition of circumcision.
In the eighties began between Charles and Diana problems. Both had other hobbies and opinoins. When Diana had bulimia, Charles wasn't interested and attended the old love Camilla Parker Bowles. 9th December 1992 Prime Minister John Major announced to Parliament that Diana and Charles are living separately. After lengthy proceedings were divorced on 28 August 1996. After the divorce, Diana remained officially the Princess of England.
from the mid-1980s, the Princess of Wales became increasingly associated with charities. She was visiting hospitals, schools, etc., She was helping peoble with AIDS, homeless, youth, drug addicts and the elderly. From 1989, she was President of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. She had International Campaign to Ban Landmines. This campaign won in 1997- after her dead Nobel peace prize.
Late at night 30th August 1997 she left with her lover Dodi Al Fayed, Ritz Hotel in the Palace Vendome in Paris, trying to escape the nine French journalists who are persecuted. car got into the tunnel near the Place de l'Alma. The driver drove to escape the paparazzi speed of 95-110 km / h, thus exceeding the speed limit. Mercedes car crashed into a wall on the right side. Dodi Al Fayed and Henri Paul died immediately, Diana died in a hospital
Diana's death was accompanied by an unusually large and deep sadness over the world. Funeral Day on 6 September in Westminster Abbey.
in conclusion… Titles and styles 1 July 1961 – 9 June 1975: The Honourable Diana Frances Spencer 9 June 1975 – 29 July 1981: The Lady Diana Frances Spencer 29 July 1981 – 28 August 1996: Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales 28 August 1996 – 31 August 1997: Diana, Princess of Wales Source Text : Veronika Batelková, 8.B Informations: wikipedia.org Pictures: Imagies.google.com