Princess Diana was an icon of grace, beauty and poise - elements to celebrate during National Women's History Month. She is timeless and worth recognition. She set standards that we can all model after today. She embraced her femininity and won the people's hearts for her compassion towards the commoner, the sick, the poor, the forgotten. (Submitted by Irene Neller) Woman History, National Women'S, Celebrity Woman, Princesses Diana, Woman Icons, Fasin People, Women'S History, Icons Woman, National Woman
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