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Old 10-22-2003, 02:23 PM
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Old 10-22-2003, 02:50 PM
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Jun5... I feel like giving you a gift ..... this is a lot of work... thank you....
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Old 10-22-2003, 03:24 PM
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Jun5... I feel like giving you a gift ..... this is a lot of work... thank you....
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However I post the pics alone on this thred too much. It is my fault...
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Old 10-22-2003, 04:45 PM
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Earl says Diana's death 'always an accident'

Earl Spencer says he has never seen anything to suggest the crash in which his sister Diana died was anything but an accident.

Extracts published from a book by the princess's former butler, Paul Burrell, include a claim that Diana feared for her life and spoke of a plot to tamper with the brakes of her car.

But Earl Spencer told America's NBC television any suggestions of a conspiracy theory were nonsense. "My family and I are absolutely certain that we've never seen any evidence of that whatsoever," he said.

Extracts from the book, published in the Daily Mirror, also include a letter to Diana from her brother, expressing concern for her mental health. "I pray you're getting treatment for your mental problems," Earl Spencer allegedly wrote. "I know how manipulation and deceit are parts of the illness."

Earl Spencer told NBC he was angry Burrell had published the letter, saying: "Well first of all it is obviously private correspondence which has been taken out of context and out of time.

"I suppose all the loving letters I sent don't have the sell-ability that this one, which was trying to help her, a genuine attempt to help her, when she was at her most complex."

At the apparent request of the Duke of Edinburgh, Palace lawyers Farrer & Co are scrutinising extracts of the book, which is published on Monday.

Publisher Penguin said the Palace requested an advance copy of the book on Tuesday following stories in the Daily Mirror quoting letters to Diana from the Duke of Edinburgh.

Joanna Prior, at Penguin, said only extracts of the book were handed to the Palace to protect commercial agreements, including serialisation rights, ahead of publication.

Revelations that Diana feared a plot to cause a car crash have led to claims that the French police are considering reopening the investigation into the crash which killed her and boyfriend Dodi al Fayed. Dodi's father, Mohamed al Fayed, has called for an independent public inquiry into the deaths.

Story filed: 19:26 Wednesday 22nd October 2003
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Old 10-22-2003, 04:49 PM
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Old 10-23-2003, 06:06 AM
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wow, great pics&#33; Thank you so much for posting them, jun5
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Old 10-23-2003, 03:59 PM
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Diana, Princess of America?

NEW YORK (AP) -- She was a princess, yes -- the perfectly wrapped package of British royalty, complete with tiara, shining eyes and an all-too-photogenic smile.
But the United States found other, very U.S. reasons to watch, if not adore, Diana. Here was a woman who battled an eating disorder, attempted suicide, stole jet-set kisses and finally divorced her prince and became a single mother.
The things that so piqued British traditionalists made Diana&#39;s life resonate on the other side of the Atlantic, where foible so often augments halo and fairy-tale lives so often melt into dysfunction.
"We knew in this country that the Cinderella story was no longer supposed to be true," said Shari Roberts, a Penn State University assistant professor who studies how her countrymen perceive celebrity.
"Then we saw her. She was a princess for the post-feminist generation."
In the United States, the "People&#39;s Princess" made a lasting impression. Disappointed by latter-day Kennedys, left without vicarious royal glitter since Princess Grace, many looked to Diana as their princess by proxy.
"It&#39;s like we&#39;ve lost one of our own political figures," said Joni Van Vliet, 18, of Bend, Oregon.
From the early years when they imitated her hairdo by the thousands, U.S. women watched Diana closely as the shy, big-eyed 20-year-old married Prince Charles. They watched her grow into a poised socialite, then a wilful activist who hugged AIDS patients and denounced landmines. When she visited the United States, they flocked around her.
"Not since Jackie O had someone come along who was accessible, had the common touch and married a prince," said Carol Wallace, managing editor of People Magazine.
"I think Americans are always captivated by how the other half lives," she said.
"And the unravelling was fascinating, too. It made her even more relevant to Americans."
British royalty, of course, has fascinated the United States from the revolution-era days of George III through Edward VIII&#39;s 1936 abdication to marry U.S. divorcee Wallis Warfield Simpson.
And when actress and Philadelphia socialite Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956, the United States won a stake in royalty that it lost when she died in a 1982 automobile accident. And of course, there were the Kennedys, Jackie and Jack, the royalty the United States so wanted to crown.
The obsession has continued. Diana&#39;s gowns were auctioned for charity in June in New York City. And just last week, hundreds of U.S. women entered the "Dress to Di For" sweepstakes -- a cable-television contest to win a &#036;40,000 black silk gown worn by Diana during a 1992 visit to India.
"When Americans try to come up with metaphors for explaining ultimate celebrity, we keep coming up with royalty," said Richard Gid Powers, who runs the American Studies graduate program at the City University of New York.
"We invent Kennedys and Elvis Presleys and kings of pop and kings of soul," he said.
"It&#39;s one of those things that you can try to give up but there&#39;s about 10,000 years of momentum to consider."
Diana had U.S. ties as well: A great-grandmother was born in New York in 1857. Her distant cousins, said Boston genealogist Gary Roberts, who has traced her ancestry, include presidents John Adams and Franklin Roosevelt, actors Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn and writers Louisa May Alcott and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
"A piece of her was definitely American," Roberts said.
"It reinforced our special relationship with her."
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Diana, Princess of America?

NEW YORK (AP) -- She was a princess, yes -- the perfectly wrapped package of British royalty, complete with tiara, shining eyes and an all-too-photogenic smile.
But the United States found other, very U.S. reasons to watch, if not adore, Diana. Here was a woman who battled an eating disorder, attempted suicide, stole jet-set kisses and finally divorced her prince and became a single mother.
The things that so piqued British traditionalists made Diana&#39;s life resonate on the other side of the Atlantic, where foible so often augments halo and fairy-tale lives so often melt into dysfunction.
"We knew in this country that the Cinderella story was no longer supposed to be true," said Shari Roberts, a Penn State University assistant professor who studies how her countrymen perceive celebrity.
"Then we saw her. She was a princess for the post-feminist generation."
In the United States, the "People&#39;s Princess" made a lasting impression. Disappointed by latter-day Kennedys, left without vicarious royal glitter since Princess Grace, many looked to Diana as their princess by proxy.
"It&#39;s like we&#39;ve lost one of our own political figures," said Joni Van Vliet, 18, of Bend, Oregon.
From the early years when they imitated her hairdo by the thousands, U.S. women watched Diana closely as the shy, big-eyed 20-year-old married Prince Charles. They watched her grow into a poised socialite, then a wilful activist who hugged AIDS patients and denounced landmines. When she visited the United States, they flocked around her.
"Not since Jackie O had someone come along who was accessible, had the common touch and married a prince," said Carol Wallace, managing editor of People Magazine.
"I think Americans are always captivated by how the other half lives," she said.
"And the unravelling was fascinating, too. It made her even more relevant to Americans."
British royalty, of course, has fascinated the United States from the revolution-era days of George III through Edward VIII&#39;s 1936 abdication to marry U.S. divorcee Wallis Warfield Simpson.
And when actress and Philadelphia socialite Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956, the United States won a stake in royalty that it lost when she died in a 1982 automobile accident. And of course, there were the Kennedys, Jackie and Jack, the royalty the United States so wanted to crown.
The obsession has continued. Diana&#39;s gowns were auctioned for charity in June in New York City. And just last week, hundreds of U.S. women entered the "Dress to Di For" sweepstakes -- a cable-television contest to win a &#036;40,000 black silk gown worn by Diana during a 1992 visit to India.
"When Americans try to come up with metaphors for explaining ultimate celebrity, we keep coming up with royalty," said Richard Gid Powers, who runs the American Studies graduate program at the City University of New York.
"We invent Kennedys and Elvis Presleys and kings of pop and kings of soul," he said.
"It&#39;s one of those things that you can try to give up but there&#39;s about 10,000 years of momentum to consider."
Diana had U.S. ties as well: A great-grandmother was born in New York in 1857. Her distant cousins, said Boston genealogist Gary Roberts, who has traced her ancestry, include presidents John Adams and Franklin Roosevelt, actors Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn and writers Louisa May Alcott and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
"A piece of her was definitely American," Roberts said.
"It reinforced our special relationship with her."
I never knew that her great-grandmother was American and europe between I knew Diana loved visit American since she marriage and divorce.

I been grew-up in American and i love Europe lots because my favorite vacation is London, England because i met Prince Charles at Prince&#39;s trust my mom told to my family about i did met Prince Charles at Prince&#39;s trust but i do&#33; but i felt like as Princess&#33;

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Old 10-24-2003, 09:34 PM
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BLAME THE MONARCHY, NOT THE BUTLER
Prince Charles&#39;s former PR man Mark Bolland believes the Royals will fall unless they change quickly...

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/allnews/page....894&method=full

This disconnection between the people who elect the prime minister and the popular support for the Royal Family could - when the Queen dies - prove terminal for them.

Why will anybody see any point in an elderly, invisible Institution? The Royal Family will reap the bitter harvest from the seeds their courtiers are now sowing with their "do nothing say nothing" strategy.

Of course, I can hear the cries already that William is waiting in the wings to save the monarchy. Perhaps he will. But the force that most understood modern Britain, and could have guided him to do just that, perished in a car in Paris six years ago.

Since then, the Royal Family have done so little to sustain her memory that it&#39;s hard to believe they understand (or want to understand) her benefit to the monarchy, of which the most important was her ability to connect with people and to champion important causes in a focused way.



If the Royal Family want to learn lessons from Diana, it is still not too late. Why don&#39;t they build their own memorial to her?

Encourage William to honour his mother&#39;s memory in a public way? Why not just embrace what good she represented and her dynamic force for change?

The answer is that to do so would require visibility, energy, dynamism and an understanding of the way a modern, democratic society works in an age of global communication - all forces that frighten them.

Almost as much as they are frightened of the ghost of Diana.
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Old 10-24-2003, 11:53 PM
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That Paul Burrell is such a traitor. He knows how much I despise the media and how I would not tolerate anyone trashing my baby brother. When I reveal to all that I staged my own death, he will rue the day he was born. . . . .
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