Originally Posted by CyrilVladisla
In Diana, Sarah Bradford wrote: At St. Paul's Cathedral, Diana had to concentrate on getting her sick father up the long aisle without mishap. One of the officiating clergy (Dean Webster) told friends how touching it was to see the way she practically carried him, walking painfully slowly, up the aisle.
Bit over dramatized. Diana's version was she concentration on looking at who had attended.
They walked slowly up the aisle like other people.
Diana's long train had to be constantly straightened out added to the slow walk.