Born with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth, the Honorable Diana Frances Spencer attained wealth, power, and title with her marriage to Charles, Prince of Wales. But her ultimate triumph owed nothing to those circumstances and everything to her inner qualities: to an innate ability to understand and connect with ordinary people, especially the desperately sick, the rejected, the "unloved." Widely admired author, biographer and journalist Peter Donnelly tells the remarkable story of Diana's unhappy childhood, of her fairy tale marriage, and the recriminations and unhappiness attendant on her divorce, and of how she captured hearts all over the world to become the people's princess.More
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