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DianaForever-Ever 05-20-2011 05:50 AM

I love Diana because she was the BEST princess of the World. I will love Diana forever and ever. If you love Diana join us on facebook. :heart:
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Mia_mae 05-20-2011 06:49 AM

I can list so many things but the most of it, is that even with an unhappy life she was able to share so much joy and bring awareness to causes better than a lot of people who have lived longer than she did.
She really is the reason why I started to pay attention to Royal Families. In the beginning I though she was a saint. Later I found out more and more about her life. But, regardless I will always care for her deeply! sad she went so soon. Thankfully she left 2 wonderful boys and a life that will keep being cherished! When I have my kids, I'll make sure they'll know who she was :)!

IloveCP 06-18-2011 11:12 AM

I liked her because,she cared about other people,and worked hard for them

Lenora 06-24-2011 10:38 AM

Princess Diana will always be loved and sadly missed.She was not an angel,but she introduced something more human in the relations of royalty with public and growing support for charity organizations.

Daria_S 06-24-2011 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Lenora (Post 1272545)
Princess Diana will always be loved and sadly missed.She was not an angel,but she introduced something more human in the relations of royalty with public and growing support for charity organizations.

That was beautifully put. I think she raised awareness about issues that causes that were put on the back burner by many people. My reason for admiring her is her devotion to her sons.

olebabs 06-24-2011 04:15 PM

I liked her because she was someone you could relate to and she dared to be herself. In many respects she was like the dutch CP Maxima (or the other way around). Laughing and crying, not afraid to show emotion when it is called for, without detracting from the respect of the people.

roseroyal 06-24-2011 05:31 PM

[QUOTE=olebabs;1272730]I liked her because she was someone you could relate to and she dared to be herself..[/QUOTE]

You hit the nail on the head. I think that in daring to be herself, given the family she joined took a great amount of courage.
I admired her for the reliability, and the approachability!

pgm1952 06-24-2011 10:54 PM

Diana was so special, one of those people who come along once in a lifetime with that mix of modern celeb savvy and timeless royal grace and beauty. I got into the royals long after she died and see her as a unique and revered icon in the world of royalty, who even in death inspires great admiration.

nascarlucy 11-05-2011 08:30 PM

I've always liked her. She seemed like a real person, someone that the average person could talk to and feel comfortable around. She was the people's princess for sure. Perhaps it was because she's in the same age group as I am.

In May I saw her clothing exhibit in Kansas City Missouri. After seeing this exhibit, I have even more respect and admiration for her. I thought I knew a lot about her but after seeing this exhibit there were a lot of things about her that I didn't know.

sophie25 11-05-2011 08:56 PM

Although it's commom place to see young Royal women like Beatrice and Kate cuddle kids; share jokes with the public etc it all started with Diana. When she did these things it really was a bit of a revolution and the press and public were gobsmacked. Up until then everything had been really formal and then this 20 year old appeared who was so fresh and new. On top of that the public loved her because this was no shop girl. Lady Diana Spencer came from a grand and aristocratic background so had every right to be as proper and conventional as any Royal, thus the fact that she was so open and friendly endeared her to the public even more. There wasn't a snobbish bone in Diana's body which, bearing in mind who she was, remains a credit to her to this day and I suppose that is why I still like her and always will.

Mirabel 11-05-2011 09:46 PM

There was something very vulnerable about Diana.
I believe she was deeply flawed and very damaged, yet she had an appeal, a persona that was quite touching and magnetic.

I felt sorry for her; despite the charm and beauty, she was so unhappy.

KPWillie 11-05-2011 10:16 PM

I liked her because she was real, i.e., imperfect like all of us. I think I could relate to her because she had problems and made mistakes like we all do. And although we could see her vulnerability, we could also see her amazing strength and grace. I admired her because she would not live a lie and had the courage, despite damaged self esteem, to stand up for herself against formidable opposition.

Rhys82192 11-05-2011 11:23 PM

I like Diana because she is not only beautiful, she is also a kind-hearted person who likes to participate in Charity events, such as helping the poor. And she is a good mother and an elder sister.

RoyalCorrespondent 11-10-2011 01:10 PM

I was in just a 7 year old at the time and for some reason me and my twin brother were so grieving when it happened. It's most surprising because in our country normally we are not fans of British royals and i don't remember grieving for any other person that much at all at that age.
I agree to the point Princess diana represented all the good in the world. World was a beautiful place when she was in it. I guess we somehow felt the loss it affected upon the world.
I think that's why people mourn when iconic people die. In our subconscious we know the world is a such a dangerous,horrific place. And these people touched our minds with their lives and gave people hope and made living worthwhile by making the world such a beautiful place.

anabella1 12-12-2011 02:27 PM

About lady di
 
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Originally Posted by corazon (Post 1335705)
hi people, i am back!!!!!!! May only the most old in this forum remember me!!! So many changes here and in the royalty world!!!!
Nataly, i glad to see you here, thanks sooooo much for the wonderful diana pictures!!!!! I so happy to see somebody love diana so much like me!!!!
I hope you can continue post photos for us!!!!

Well, again hi to everyone!


hello,
i just joined the group and i want to say a few words about lady di.
1) childhood
i read a few months ago some information about her. She was very unhappy as a child. She was raised in a wealthy family but as i always say happiness can not be bought.
2) she was very noble, very understanding, she helped many people and she loved children ( just like me by the way).
She used to say " my place is where is pain"
she is called as you know, princess of the hearts.
3) i am amazed from her nobility and i hope that all the royalties follow her example.
I heard once in a movie one expression: " what makes you queen is not the crown on your head but what you have inside (in your heart)"
this is exactly in what i believe too.
She was a queen thanks to what she had inside , her good heart, her care about the people, her wish to help everyone.
4) i am very sorry that someone so amazing like her does not live happily her life now...
Every royalty can take an example from her.
5) in case you do not know she was 1/4 or 1/8 armenian by origin , her grandmother i think was armenian...

Her refined taste about fashion is well known too.

So, i must say she was someone unbelievable.

I love her dresses... Excellent taste , really.
Well this is what royalties are supposed to prove, an excellent taste about everything, not only nobility.

Once again there are a few things one can not buy with money : Health, happiness, love ... The most important , the most precious.
Happiness: One must "fight" for it or just follow his/her heart
true love: Comes once in a lifetime, one must never let it go (if needed people must declare clearly what/who they want... No matter of the circumstances, there is always a way to be with the true love)

i wish everyone all you can not buy with money!

Patra 12-12-2011 02:53 PM

Welcome annabella1, I enjoyued reading your thoughts on Lady/Princess Diana. I loved her too, and have missed her since her passing!

Mermaid1962 12-12-2011 10:30 PM

Armenian? Or do you mean American? Diana's great-grandmother, Frances Work, was from New York. Frances Ellen Work - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


[QUOTE=anabella1;1345908
5) in case you do not know she was 1/4 or 1/8 armenian by origin , her grandmother i think was armenian...
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corazon 12-12-2011 11:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Patra (Post 1345915)
Welcome annabella1, I enjoyued reading your thoughts on Lady/Princess Diana. I loved her too, and have missed her since her passing!

I missed her every day!! Its so sad so sad, really I loved Diana!

anabella1 12-13-2011 08:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Mermaid1962 (Post 1346091)
Armenian? Or do you mean American? Diana's great-grandmother, Frances Work, was from New York. Frances Ellen Work - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I MEAN ARMENIAN, I READ THIS SOMEWHERE IN INTERNET...
I AM SURE, BUT MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW IT.
:flowers:

anabella1 12-18-2011 08:52 AM

question from a new member
 
hello,
i am a a new member. I would like to ask if you only discuss Royalties in this forum or if you also ask for advice sometimes the other members.

I add that i read about Diana that she loved helping people and i think amongst all the royalties she was the most enganged in charity activities and helping people (she loved children).

So, in this spirit are you like her ?
Do you advise each other if someone shares sth personal? Is this allowed?

thank you in advance


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