Far Away From The perfect life Was Princess Diana expecting with a non-Christian man’s child? Did she get murdered by her own family? Did Prince Charles want revenge? Was M16 involved? On a warm Midsummer night in Paris, in 1997, the world got shocking news. One of the most admired and influential royalties in all-time got into a terrible car accident while fleeing from paparazzi. Lady Diana, 36, her Egyptian Lover Dodi Fayed, 41, and driver Henri Paul, 41, were all killed, her bodyguard Trevor Ress-Jones, was the only survivor. Diana died at University Hospitals Pitie Salpeterie, Paris, only about 3 hours later. Diana Frances Spencer, born July 1, 1961, in Norfolk County, England, to John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer, and Frances Shand Kydd. She was one of the most well-known figures of the late 20th century. She was the fourth of five children born into the Spencer family, a family of British nobility. Her parents desperately wanted a son to carry on their family name. So when her mom got pregnant again, they hoped it was a boy. Diana had a fortunate childhood but she always sensed her parent’s disappointment that she was not a boy. The family had a close relationship with the British Royal Family, as a kid Diana spent a lot of time playing with Queen’s sons. Her parents divorced when she was 8 years old, later on, her dad got custody over her and her 4 siblings. In 1977, Diana’s sister Lady Sarah dated Prince Charles for a short period. When Diana was 16 years old, Sarah invited her to a party and that’s where Diana met her future husband, Prince Charles of England who was 29 at that time. Only 12 dates after Prince Charles proposed to her. Diana described her proposal in her own words like this “ He said ‘will you marry me?’ and I laughed. I remember thinking, ‘This is a joke”,’ and I laughed. He was deadly serious. He said ‘You realize that one day you will be the Queen’ And a voice said to me inside: ‘You won’t be Queen but you’ll have a tough role. The engagement got pronounced in February 1981, at Buckingham Palace, England. Their wedding was held on 29 July 1981, at St. Paul’s Cathedral, while over 750 million people from all over the world watched it on television. By getting married to the Prince, she earned the title “Princess of Wales”, “Duchess of Rothesay”, “Duchess of Cornwall”, “Countess of Chester, and “Baroness of Renfrew”. The marriage gave two sons, Prince Edward & Prince Harry.