The world has been captivated by Diana, Princess of Wales’ dazzling life and legacy for many years. She won over everyone’s hearts and minds as Prince Charles’ first wife and the mother of William and Harry with her endearing personality and impeccable sense of style.
Diana was one of the first royals to openly discuss her personal eating disorder and mental health issues on a global platform, and she rapidly earned the nickname “People’s Princess.” However, despite her tragically early death, interest in her has persisted for more than two decades, resulting in innumerable documentaries, books, media coverage, and even a new opera.
The Princess, an HBO documentary, examined Diana’s life in the spotlight utilising archive audio and video recordings to construct a picture of the poisonous nature of her continual media exposure and the circumstances leading up to her death this year, on the 25th anniversary of her passing. The highly anticipated sixth season of The Crown will shortly discuss Diana’s passing as well, although the programme will noticeably omit showing the actual accident. According to Marie Claire, a Netflix spokesperson told The Sun that “the exact moment of the crash impact will not be shown.” Just a few weeks before her 1997 passing, Season 5, which just debuted on Netflix, comes to an end.
The world was absolutely shocked to learn that the adored princess and new mother had passed away. And although while you have undoubtedly heard a little about her passing, it has been 25 years, so you might not remember all the specifics. What you should know is as follows.