Here Are 15 Facts About Princess Diana That You Need To Remember Just Because They Are Worthy!
And before she was a kindergarten teacher, she worked a cleaning lady and a babysitter.
#14 Princess Di always dreamed of becoming a ballerina.
Princess Di as a child loved ballet and even studied it. But as her height increased, she found it difficult to keep up with ballet.
#13 Diana's sister dated Prince Charles first.
So, that's how Princess Di met the future father of her children.
#12 She was just 19 when she got engaged to the Prince.
And she was 20 when they finally married.
#11 She was the first person to refuse the traditional royal wedding vow of saying she would obey her husband.
Kate Middleton did the same and refused the same vow years later.
#10 She was adamant on giving her children a regular childhood.
She would often take them to events that were not typical for royal children to attend. She took them everywhere from Disney world to AIDS clinics and homeless shelters.
#9 She was incredibly generous.
Charity was a huge part of Diana's life and she often used her royal influence to raise awareness and funds for things like AIDS and breast cancer awareness.
#8 She was an incredible sister.
At a recent charity event Diana's younger brother Charles shared a story that truly exposed Diana's pure kindness.
On Charles' first day at school, Diana's teacher noticed that she would not stop moving around and was struggling to pay attention. When the teacher asked why she said it was because she was worried about her younger brother. The teacher allowed Diana to go check on him because she clearly couldn't focus until she knew her brothers was fine.
#7 She wasn't the best student.
She actually failed her final exams twice and often joked about her poor academics.
#6 She absolutely hated wearing tiaras.
They gave her splitting headaches!
#5 She had a hard time cooking.
Diana's own chef said that she struggled in the kitchen and "couldn't cook," no matter how hard she tried.
#4 She was an amazing mother.
She once invited international supermodel Cindy Crawford over to the Kensington Palace because she learned that her 13-year-old son William had a huge crush on her.
#3 She came from quite an impressive bloodline.
She was a distant relative to George Washington, Audrey Hepburn AND Winston Churchill.
#2 She was on the cover of People Magazine over 50 times.
Even before her death, Diana was a media favorite and was always being featured on the covers of magazines.
#1 Her caring nature started when she was a kid.
As a student she once won an award for taking excellent care of the class guinea pig.
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