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Princess Diana Timeline
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Diana Frances Spencer was born in Norfolk, on July 1 1961.
Diana's parents divorced in 1967, later having a custody battle which her father won.
Diana was sent to Riddlesworth Hall, Norfolk, a boarding school.
Diana moved schools to West Heath Girls School, Kent, a girls boarding school.
Diana's family moved to their family estate in Althorp.
Diana's gained the title of Lady Diana due to her fathers inheritence.
Diana's father remarried in 1976.
Diana and Charles meet because of Diana's sister whom Charles was dating.
Diana moved to London.
Meeting again with Diana, Charles asked her for a date, then in November, she got introduced to the royal family.
Proposing to Diana at a dinner for two, Charles outdid himself.
Charles and Diana got married at St Paul's Catherdral, which over a million people watched; it was known as the wedding of the century.
Diana announced she was pregnant to the world.
Prince William was born.
Prince Harry was born.
Diana begins relationship with James Hewitt because of her tight relationship with Charles.
Diana's father died.
Charles and Diana's seperation was made public, and went through the final legal stages.
Diana announced she was withdrawing from the public.
The Queen asked Charles and Diana to divorce.
Both Charles and Diana agreed to divorce terms.
In late 1996, Diana become awae of landmine issues and started fighting for them.
The Nobel Peace Prize got awarded the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, and in June 29, 1997 (and other dates) DIana had contributed largely to this.
Christie's in New York auctioned 79 of Diana's evening gowns; proceeds of about $3.5 million went to cancer and AIDS charities.
Diana, Princess of Wales, died of injuries sustained in a car accident, in Paris, France
Diana's funeral was held.
April 1987: Diana shakes hands and hugs a man with AIDS when it is the peak of fear for this disease. This outstanding moment goes viral.
Jan. 15, 1997: Diana walks through a live minefield in war-torn Angola to support the Red Cross' call for a ban on landmines and support the cause in forfeit of her own life.
Princess Diana's Timeline
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