See Rare Home Videos of Princess Diana as a Little Girl

See Rare Home Videos of Princess Diana as a Little Girl

In honor of Princess Diana's birthday, as well as the anniversary of her death, there have been many documentaries and specials dedicated to the late princess.

"I love the fact that there's still such veneration inside her immediate family for what she was and what she meant and I think that's fantastic", the Telegraph reported. Even after her untimely death in 1997, iconic images from her wedding gown to tender moments with her boys, Princes William and Harry, continue to win over hearts of millions around the world.

"She's a lovely, lovely girl. she totally adores her husband, they're devoted to each other", Burrell told 9News. "I always felt... intensely protective towards her". "He forgets some of us were there when he turned his back on Diana".

He said that he could see the "cracks in the marriage getting wider and wider" and that the night her second son, Harry, was born, she cried herself to sleep.

"NO! Not going to sit her [sic] and be quiet while her little brother tries to re-write history".

Diana's former butler Paul Burrell previously launched a scathing attack on Earl Spencer, calling him a hypocrite, and revealing she was reduced to tears by his cruel words in a letter.

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"There are many reasons, most of which include the police and press interference which would inevitably follow".

Stefanovic's co-host, Lisa Wilkinson, intervened and began talking about Diana, Princess of Wales - much to Paul Burrell's relief.

Karl wasted no time in questioning the former royal servant about his comments, saying: "I want to ask you about your comments about Kate Middleton".

"I. will always be there for a loving brother, albeit one who has through 15 years' absence rather lost touch - to the extent I have to read Richard Kay [a journalist] to learn that you are coming to Althorp".

Born into a family with some serious royal links (both of her grandmothers were ladies-in-waiting) Lady Diana Spencer grew up at Park House in Sandringham with two sisters and a younger brother.

"Well, you see. well, I apologise if that's been taken out of context", he started.

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