Diana - Twentieth Century Princess
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From the back cover:
A modern-day princess
When Lady Diana Spencer married Prince Charles, she immediately became the most photographed and talked-about woman of our time. With the world watching her every move, Diana grew from a shy, awkward teenager into a poised, glamorous woman. She became a mother, an advocate for many social causes, and an icon of modern femininity. Royalty didn't guarantee Diana happiness, but she faced her difficulties with grace and perseverance. During her life, Diana inspired and fascinated millions. She was a true "princess of the people" who will not soon be forgotten.
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