1985

Sensational collection of Christmas cards sent by Royal family reveal poignant moments throughout life at Buckingham Palace

Sensational collection of Christmas cards sent by Royal family reveal poignant moments throughout life at Buckingham Palace 1985 Princess Diana, Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Charles:

Diana's parents on their wedding day, of which 9 members of the Royal family attended including the late Queen Mum and present Queen. Bride, 18 year old Frances Roche, wore the Spencer tiara to marry 30 year old Viscount "Johnnie" Spencer, heir to the Althrop earldom. Frances was the youngest bride to be married at Westminster since the turn of the century and one of only a privileged few allowed to marry each year in the Abbey. In 1954, it was described as the wedding of the year.

Frances Roche and her new husband, Viscount Edward John Spencer at their wedding reception. Queen Elizabeth II kindly lent the happy couple St. James’s Palace for the reception, which was attended by the royal family plus 900 ‘personal friends’

Princess Diana ~ such a sweet photo Diana was always such a sweet, caring expressive person. She never hesitated to reach out to another person...one of the qualities about her that made people love her.

Beautiful photo of Princess Diana showing her tenderness towards an older 'girl' at Lord Cage Center in Newham, UK.

Diana & The Queen

March Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles pose with Queen Elizabeth II, center, in Buckingham Palace after the queen gave her formal consent to the couple for marriage.

just released, photos taken by Lord Snowdon

Princess Diana and her barefoot boys: Lord Snowdon portrait revealed for the first time. . . on Antiques Roadshow

This picture was taken by society photographer Lord Snowdon, Princess Margaret's ex-husband, and shows Princess Diana posing with her two young sons.

PRINCESS DIANA AND THE LANDMINES Diana worked to de-mine regions of Southern Angola in January 1997. Her personal support is said to have been a significant factor in encouraging Britain and other countries to support the Ottawa Treaty, a bid to introduce a ban on the use of anti-personnel landmines. Her contributions were noted in Robin Cook's speech when he brought the second reading of the landmine bill to the House in 1998.

January Diana, Princess of Wales tours a minefield dressed in a flak jacket and face shield in Huambo, central Angola. The Princess was visiting Angola for the Red Cross, to see for herself the carnage mines can cause.

❇Téa Tosh❇ Princess Diana with sons Princes Harry and William in 1995.

❇Téa Tosh❇ Princess Diana with sons Princes Harry and William in 1995.

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