I'm not really talking about that last anon. I'm talking about folk such as Christopher Hitchens. Terrible man who laughed and joked with Diana, then trod on her memory when she died. She made mistakes and had flaws like any other human being. Diana didn't want to be seen as perfect. Yet the criticism and insults she receives by some overshadows the underlying fact she tried, and did, make the world a better place. Where's the wrong in that and why should her private life or "beauty" matter?
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Good point Anon. I think people saw her as a good money making scheme and were just selfish and greedy, using her after her death for their own gain. She did make the world a better place, and for the first time I am excited for the future of the Monarchy because her wonderful sons will one day rule it.