Diana: The life of Princess Diana with photographs on the 25th anniversary of her death

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Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in a car accident in Paris, France, on August 31, 1997, was once referred to as "the most photographed woman in the world".

On the 25th anniversary of her death, we look at Diana's life through her frames, which are reflected in the lenses.

Diana Frances Spencer was born on 1 July 1961 near Sandringham in Norfolk, England.

She was born in England as a member of the nobility, the youngest daughter of the Viscount of Althorp.

After her parents divorced in 1969, she often had to travel between her parents' homes in Northamptonshire and Scotland.

 Diana was first educated at a college. Then, from 1974, he studied at a boarding   school in the Kent region.

 He left in 1977 to enroll in a school in Switzerland, leaving at Easter the following  year.

 After school, she worked as a nanny in London. She continued as an assistant in   a kindergarten.

 Rumours had already spread that their friendship with the Prince of Wales was   becoming more serious.

 From this moment on, the press and television began to surround him and follow   his every step.

 On February 24, 1981, Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer officially announced their engagement at Buckingham Palace.

 Diana and Prince Charles were married on July 29, 1981, at St. Paul's Cathedral   in London in a ceremony called the "Wedding of the Hundred Years." The   ceremony was shown on television and watched by millions of people all over the   world.

 From Buckingham Palace to the cathedral, about 600,000 people gathered to   witness those moments.

 Diana had always longed for a big family. In the first year of their marriage, on   June 21, 1982, their son Prince William was born.

 He wanted his children to grow up "normally" as far as royal practices would   allow.

   On September 15, 1984, William had a brother: Prince Harry.

 His sons were not educated by private teachers, he went to school with other   children.

 Diana has become a mother very interested in the development of her children.

 On her first official visit to the United States, the Princess danced with John   Travolta at the White House.

 Diana's fame grew steadily. She was turning into a fashion icon. Her clothes were always the center of attention.

His interest and support for aid organizations was also increasingly visible.

It played an important role in reflecting the situation of AIDS patients.

The handshake with them sent a strong message to the public that contact was not dangerous.

From the late 1980s onwards, their separate lives with Prince Charles became even more visible.

During an official visit in 1992, Diana was posing alone in front of the Taj Mahal.

This photo was seen as an expression that the couple was parting ways, even if they continued to be officially together.

After years apart, Diana and Charles formally divorced on August 28, 1996.

In June of the following year, she sold 79 of her dresses at auction and raised $4.5 million for charitable foundations.

This step symbolized the severing of ties with the past.

On August 31, 1997, he boarded his limousine after a meal with Dodi Al Fayed at the Ritz Paris.

They were being followed by photographers who wanted to capture the Princess with her new friend.

This chase ended in tragedy in an underpass: a fatal accident.

More than a million people attended the funeral cortege at Westminster Abbey in London.

Following his coffin in the photo are Prince Charles from left to right, 12-year-old Prince Harry, his brother Earl Spencer, his eldest son Prince William and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

On the 25th anniversary of her death, Diana is still remembered as the "People's Princess".