Princess Diana was not only beautiful but also she was a kind-hearted person. While she was a Royal, she contributed a lot towards the society by helping the people who were in need. She was truly the Queen of Hearts.
DIANA: HER TRUE STORY IN HER OWN WORDS BY ANDREW MORTON.
This book was originally published in 1992. It was only after Princess of Wales, Diana’s death that Mr Morton revealed that she had been his secret Royal source for the book.
Diana in a letter wrote to Morton which was also cited in the book:
“Thank you so much for your belief in me and for taking the trouble to understand this mentality. It is such a relief, not to be on my own anymore and that it is actually okay to be me”.
PRINCE WILLIAM: THE MAN WHO WILL BE KING BY PENNY JUNOR.
This particular biography examines the Duke of Cambridge’s highly-scrutinized life. It’s from his ‘determination to do the right thing’, as Mr Junor writes, to his young family.
A DRESS FOR DIANA BY DAVID EMANUEL AND ELIZABETH EMANUEL.
It was about Diana’s Royal wedding dress that was seen around the world. Written by the Royal designers themselves, this very book takes a very deep dive into that wedding gown that is still remembered decades later.
REMEMBERING DIANA: A LIFE IN PHOTOGRAPHS BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.
In the remembrance ceremony of the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death on August 31, 1997, National Geographic has pulled out 100 iconic images from its archives. From photographs of her as a child to her marriage.
From her arriving in the Royal Family to giving birth to her two children. This particular book is a comprehensive look at that Royal whose kindness created such an energy that is still felt today.
THE ROYAL WEDDING OF PRINCE WILLIAM AND KATE MIDDLETON: EXPANDED EDITION BY LIFE.
This book of pictures captures the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate’s 2005 magical days along with a look back at other Royal weddings throughout the British history.
PORTRAITS OF A PRINCESS: TRAVELS WITH DIANA BY PATRICK JEPHSON.
Princess Diana was and still is recognized for her unique fashion sense. But she was much-loved and appreciated for her grand acts of kindness. In this unique collection of photographs and anecdotes, her private Royal secretary shares details about her travels across the globe.
PRINCE HARRY: BROTHER, SOLDIER, SON BY PENNY JUNOR.
Here Mr Junor explores the many facets of Princess of Wales, Diana’s passionate and handsome younger son, Prince Harry.
DIANA: CLOSELY GUARDED SECRET BY INSPECTOR KEN WHARFE.
This biography about the Princess of Wales delves into Wharfe’s memories from his nearly seven years as one of Diana’s Royal security detail. Furthermore, he was by her side during her times of difficulty, but also for the fun times with her two children.
IMAGINING DIANA BY DIANE CLEHANE.
What if our Queen of Hearts, Diana had survived? Clehane imagines what Princess Diana’s life would have been like and her continuous impact on the world.