The Classic Biography of Diana, Princess of Wales : With Regal Pictures and Index
For anyone who wants to experience something like a devoted fairy tale Princess in real life, this book is a treasure to read. Laying the foundation for Princess Diana's interest in the welfare of people and her personal interests and hobbies, we go on a narrated and pictorial journey into the main events of her life from a principled, young, titled lady blossoming into the demanding role of a conscientious, duty-filled and well traveled Princess and the charisma that she gave to the world. This biography includes many details about the Princess's younger as well as professional life as she matured and a great variety of pictures. Diana grew up in the 1970s and assumed the role of an active modern Princess who became our fairy-tale Princess character that waved a magic wand and turned the unacceptable into profitable. Wearing the most elegant styles appealed to the Princess who had a love for Art and the exposure to her father's gifts of pretty dresses that he bought for his dear youngest daughter and her siblings when they were children, so a general range of her fashions and hairstyles as she journeyed through her role as Princess are pictured, with jewelry and hats worn, and notably her fashion taste evolved over the years as she appeared always magnificently beautiful and was a fashion trend-setter. The book is a welcomed companion for all and serves as a valuable resource facilitated by its comprehensive index.
- 203.2 x 254 x 14.73mm | 621.42g
- 19 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, color
About Elizabeth Phillips Jenkins
Elizabeth Phillips-Jenkins is an author from the United States who specializes in royal personalities. She is the author of 'The Classic Biography of Diana, Princess of Wales' (vol. 1) and 'The Di Effect (Designer's Dream)' (vol. 2) of a series. A few of Diana's sayings that the author appreciates are: "We should take to heart two things that stand like stone; kindness in another's trouble, courage in your own." (That's compassionate). "There are certain photographs of me which make me laugh because they caught me in a certain pose." (That's amusing). Regards to readers, from Elizabeth.