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Princess Diana Presentation
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The Story of a Princess by: Alex Fornek She was a pretty well-known person and the paparazzi were always trying to get pictures of her, she died in a car crash when the paparazzi were chasing her at high speeds, trying to get pictures of her with Al-Fayad. She left two sons and a wonderful career behind as well. Childhood ~ born on July 1, 1961
~ she was the daughter of Frances Roche and Lord Althorp
~ her parents got divorced when she was young
~ her father got full custody of her and her siblings
~ went to Riddlesworth Hall at Diss, Norfold
~ had a passion for swimming, tennis, hockey, and ballet
~ honored for winning numerous swimming competition
~ at school she had a talent for music, dancing and domestic science
~ she lived next door to Prince Charles, whom later became her husband Adult years ~she became a kindergarten teacher at the Young England School in Pamilico
~she married Prince Charles at the age of 20
~the Royal Wedding took place on July 29, 1981, in Saint Paul's Cathedral, London Career ~she helped many charities and was the face of most of them
~she visited people who were sick and had HIV and AIDS
~she was the first celebrity to be photographed holding hands with someone who had HIV/AIDS
~experts credited her with removing the idea that AIDS/HIV were contracted from skin contact Thesis Diana's Death ~she was chased by the paparazzi at a high speed chase
~ the driver of the car was intoxicated and had extremely high levels of alcohol in his system
~the driver, Al-Fayed, and Diana all died in the car crash
~ the only one to survive was Diana's bodyguard
~she died August 21, 1997 After the divorce ~ she had adapted an eating disorder when her marriage with Prince Charles was no longer becoming a fairy tale story
~she divorced Prince Charles in 1995
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Quest Richard. “CNN.com/WORLD.” Royals, Part 2: Fairytale and nightmare. Cable News Network LP, LLLP. Web. 19 April 2013. Works Cited www.biography.com www.royalroundup.com www.examiner.com Divorce ~Diana tried to commit suicide numerous times when she was pregnant with her second son Princess Diana is known for how she helped
the poor and how she also helped those who had
HIV and AIDS disease, she was a strong supporter of charities. She was a pretty well-known person and wanted to know more about her. Why did I choose Princess Diana?