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Princess Diana would have been 51 years old on July 1, 2012, had her life not ended so suddenly in a Paris tunnel on August 31, 1997. Only 36 when she died, the "Queen of People's Hearts" and mother of the future King of England nevertheless left a lasting legacy in photos.

October 29, 1981: Princess Diana on the third day of the Royal visit to Wales with Prince Charles.

April 1991 Princess Diana in Brazil I met her and shook her hand in Edinburgh, Scotland, she had no wedding ring on, and she was married then. Lol -Morgan

Diana attended the funeral of her friend Laura Lonsdale's son Louis, who sadly passed away at the age of only 11 months

September 12, 1995: Diana is greeted by Pavarotti on arrival for a concert to raise money for Bosnian children in light of the civil war during the mid 1990's. In Modena, Italy.

Diana, Princess of Wales, wearing the Spencer tiara. This tiara is now owned by Earl Spencer.

Silver, shimmering gown with an exposed back designed by Bruce Oldfield. Diana wore this gown in March 1985 for a fashion show gala to aid Dr. Barnado’s Charity, which she was president of. Because of the wide shoulders of this gown and a few others, Diana soon received the nickname “Dynasty Di.”

Diana, Princess of Wales official portriat by the Waxbitch

July 2, 1985: Princess Diana visits the Western Isles of Scotland. (Photo by Tim Graham/Getty Images)

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