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Princess Diana

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The Princess is remembered by everyone she met for her warmth and genuine interest in their situation and difficulties. She threw herself into her charity work in a very personal way, spending countless hours listening to the individual stories and problems of the people she visited. She had the ability to make everybody feel special, in particular vulnerable young people who were touched by her warmth and affection. In 1984, she became President of Barnardo's, a British charity which helps the most vulnerable children and young people transform their lives and fulfil their potential.She also had a natural empathy with people who were close to death or those who had lost a loved one - something which was clear through her visits to hospitals and hospices in the UK and abroad.

The Princess's first tour with Prince Charles was a 3-day visit to Wales in October 1981. During a tour of Harlem Hospital Center, she made a profound impact on the public by spontaneously hugging a child with AIDS. From the mid-1980s, the Princess of Wales became increasingly associated with numerous charities. As Princess of Wales, she was expected to make regular public appearances at hospitals, schools and other facilities, in the 20th century model of royal patronage. She did a lot of charity works, visiting terminally ill people over the world, leading campaigns for animal protection, AIDS awareness and against the use of inhumane weapons.

1 July 1961 : born in Park House, England29 July 1981 : Her wedding to Prince of WalesOctober 1981 : First tour, 3-day visit Wales with Price Charles From 1984 to 1996 : she was president of Barnardo's to care for vulnerable children and young peopleIn 1988 : she became patron of the youth branch of the British Red Cross and also in Australia and CanadaFebruary 1989 : During a tour of Harlem Hospital Center, she hugged a seven-year-old child with AIDSFrom 1989 : she was president of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children March 1990 : visited children's hospitals, and women's development projects in Nigeria and CameroonFrom 1991 : She traveled to São Paulo to comfort abandoned children living with AIDS in a local shelter.February 1992 : the Princess visited Mother Teresa's Hospice for the Sick and Dying in Kolkata, India.June 1995 : the Princess made a brief visit to Moscow, where she visited a children's hospital that she had supported through her charity work. May 1997 : he Princess opened the Richard Attenborough Centre for Disability and the Arts in LeicesterOn 31 August 1997 : Diana was fatally injured in a car crash in the Pont de l'Alma road tunnel in Paris

Biography

The Princess was famously the first member of the Royal Family to have contact with AIDS victims and helped to break down global misconceptions about the disease. In 1987, she held hands with an AIDS patient.

Personal Reflection

the Princess touring an Angolan minefield in a ballistic helmet and flak jacket were seen worldwide. She is believed to have influenced the signing.

She was one of the first very high profile people to be pictured touching those afflicted with AIDS

The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children in London and the Royal Marsden Hospital, which specialises in the treatment of cancer.

Diana, Princess Of Wales

is a charity in the United Kingdom which provides accommodation and support to homeless people aged 16–25.

Princess's Charity Works

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By : Nada Suebsanguan

WHY SHE SHOULD BE IN THE HALL OF HEROESThroughout her life Diana was something of a rebel. She did a lo of charity works for people all around the world such as help children with AIDS in South Africa and countries in Asia.Diana had a very personable touch. She was very at ease in meeting people from any background and even if they were ill or in hospices.


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