PEOPLE Diana: Her Life and Legacy
Twenty years after her life was cut short at age 36 in a car crash while she was being chased by paparazzi in Paris, Lady Diana, Princess of Wales remains one of the most beloved and admired women in the world. Her legacy endures through the causes that she championed and through the work of her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. Now, in Diana: Her Life and Legacy, a special edition from People, the story of Diana is told in words and pictures. Thrust onto the world stage at 19, she was engaged to Prince Charles and then put in line to become queen with the “Wedding of the Century.” Through the birth of two princes, and then the very public disintegration of her marriage, as well as her subsequent celebrity and romances, Diana remained one of the most photographed and chronicled women in the world. All the while, her confidence grew, as well as her personal style, and she defined herself with a commitment to causes dear to her heart, including children’s health, ridding the world of land mines, and HIV/AIDS research. This beautiful tribute includes more than 100 photos from Diana’s childhood through the end of her life, as well as of her sons and grandchildren, and exclusive insights from friends and family, among them those featured in a stirring ABC/People documentary. In short, Diana: Her Life and Legacy is an extraordinary keepsake of an extraordinary woman.

Book specs:
· Dimensions: 8"x10-7/8”
· Softcover
· Number of pages: 96

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