Born in 1961, the woman who would become Princess of Wales and one of the most famous people in the world was literally nameless for a week. Expecting a boy, the parents finally came to ... See full summary »
With an estimated 3 billion people worldwide having watching the Royal Wedding, it is safe to say the world is truly gripped by the lives of the Royal family. This documentary series ... See full summary »
We all know her story, from her royal wedding to Prince Charles to that fateful night in 1997 when she and her lover died in a car accident. But this very aptly titled documentary tells her life in her own words, based on the recorded interviews she gave one of her closest friends in order for Andrew Morton to write his best-seller : Diana, here true story.
It is so sad to hear her voice, to hear about the terrible ordeals she's been through, to see those pictures with her kids. The ending made me cry, watching William and Harry walk alongside their father and grandfather behind their Mummy's coffin... This documentary is heartbreaking, from the first second to the last.
She was such an extraordinary human being...
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