Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket
Edition: First Edition
Size: 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"
Publisher: London, UK Blake Publishing 1997
ISBN: 1857822048 / 9781857822045
Seller ID: 4636
Unread with light shelf wear. A touching tribute to the life of Princess Diana reveals how and why she made a difference in the lives of so many people across the world. Tracing her life from a lonely childhood and royal marriage to her surprising divorce and tragic death, Nicholas Davies describes Princess Diana's acts of love and kindness that moved so many people and ultimately made her the "People's Princess." The Princess who Changed the World tells for the first time, of Diana's secret charity work and countless visits with the sick and dying, with no press or cameras in sight. The difficult side of her life is also described, as she battled with the Royal Family and fought to bring change to the rigid rules of protocol and tradition in the Royal House of Windsor. Her all-too-human weaknesses are also discussed, illustrating why she endeared so many to her, and why shw will always be remembered as the most compassionate and understanding member of royalty.