10 of Princess Diana's Best-Remembered PEOPLE Covers | JANUARY 1985: A WINDSOR WAR | The christening of Prince Harry should have been an entirely happy occasion. But there was a cloud on the day after Princess Anne and her husband Mark Phillips didn't appear for the festivities, sending their children Peter, 7 and Zara, 3 in their place. The rumored reason for the tiff? Anne hadn't been named as a godparent for either William or Harry.

10 of Princess Diana's Best-Remembered PEOPLE Covers | JANUARY 1985: A WINDSOR WAR | The christening of Prince Harry should have been an entirely happy occasion. But there was a cloud on the day after Princess Anne and her husband Mark Phillips didn't appear for the festivities, sending their children Peter, 7 and Zara, 3 in their place. The rumored reason for the tiff? Anne hadn't been named as a godparent for either William or Harry.

1985 A Windsor War A Battle of Wills Erupts at Harry's Baptismal Font as His Parents Take Sides Against An Insulted Princess Anne

1985 A Windsor War A Battle of Wills Erupts at Harry's Baptismal Font as His Parents Take Sides Against An Insulted Princess Anne

princess Diana paparazzi: 1992: Diana's affairs were exposed in May 1992 with the publication of "Diana: Her True Story" by Andrew Morton. In December, Prime Minister John Major announced the Wales's "amicable separation" to the House of Commons.

The Tragic Evolution Of Princess Diana Magazine Covers

princess Diana paparazzi: 1992: Diana's affairs were exposed in May 1992 with the publication of "Diana: Her True Story" by Andrew Morton. In December, Prime Minister John Major announced the Wales's "amicable separation" to the House of Commons.

people magazine with princess diana on cover - Google Search

people magazine with princess diana on cover - Google Search

April 5, 1984:  Princess Diana pictured on a walkabout during her visit to Royal Doulton factory in Burslem, Stoke-On-Trent.

5 APRIL 1984 A NILE STREET POTTERY WELCOME AS PRINCESS DIANA VISITS THE ROYAL DOULTON POTTERIES AT STOKE-ON-TRENT

April 5, 1984: Princess Diana pictured on a walkabout during her visit to Royal Doulton factory in Burslem, Stoke-On-Trent.

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