Princess Diana's life and her depression is an inspiration for me. I don't want to sit behind a desk running the operations of a company. I want to be there in-person with people all around the world, doing special video features on people who have done extraordinary things with their lives despite their illness.
TokyoA month after the Jan. 17, 1995, earthquake that devastated Kobe, Japan, the Princess returned to the country, flying into Tokyo and greeting children at the National Children's Hospital. "I know that I can give love for a minute, for half an hour, for a day, for a month, but I can give," Diana once said of her charitable missions. "I'm very happy to do that and I want to do that."
Lahore, PakistanThe Princess reaches out to a young cancer patient while visiting Pakistan in February 1996. Cancer charities were special to Diana, who once remarked, "I would suggest that now might be a good time to consider another 'C' word which may threaten us. It is the word 'complacency' [in the fight against cancer]."