Princess Diana Gold Coin Autographed Charlotte Prince Archie Louis Gran Mother
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Princess Diana Gold Coin Autographed Charlotte Prince Archie Louis Gran Mother :
Princess Diana Commemorative Coin
Princess Diana Coin has an image of Diana with the words "A Wife - A Princess - A Mother - A Legend" it has a golden inlay and a Blue Jewel Gem StoneThe back has the words "Portraits of a Princess" and a Silhouette of Diana and her Signature with a CrownComes in air-tight acrylic coin holder
The coin is 40mm in diameter, weighs about 1 ozIn Excellent Condition
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Diana, princess of WalesBRITISH PRINCESSWRITTEN BY: The Editors of Encyclopædia BritannicaSee Article HistoryAlternative Title: Lady Diana Frances SpencerDiana, princess of WalesBRITISH PRINCESSDiana, princess of Wales
ALSO KNOWN ASLady Diana Frances SpencerBORNJuly 1, 1961Sandringham, EnglandDIEDAugust 31, 1997 (aged 36)Paris, FranceFAMILYSpouse Charles, Prince Of WalesSon Prince Harry Of WalesSon Prince William, Duke Of CambridgeVIEW BIOGRAPHIES RELATED TODATESJuly 1August 31
RELATED BIOGRAPHIESCharles DickensBertrand RussellJane AustenVirginia WoolfSamuel Taylor ColeridgeGeorge IIISir Winston ChurchillWilliam BlakeCharles DarwinVictoriaDiana, princess of Wales, original name Diana Frances Spencer (born July 1, 1961, Sandringham, Norfolk, England—died August 31, 1997, Paris, France), former consort (1981–96) of Charles, prince of Wales; mother of the heir second in line to the British throne, Prince William, duke of Cambridge (born 1982); and one of the foremost celebrities of her day. (For more on Diana, especially on the effect of her celebrity status, see Britannica’s interview with Tina Brown, author of The Diana Chronicles .)
Diana was born at Park House, the home that her parents rented on Queen Elizabeth II’s estate at Sandringham and where her childhood playmates were the queen’s younger sons, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. She was the third child and youngest daughter of Edward John Spencer, Viscount Althorp, heir to the 7th Earl Spencer, and his first wife, Frances Ruth Burke Roche (daughter of the 4th Baron Fermoy). She became Lady Diana Spencer when her father succeeded to the earldom in 1975. Riddlesworth Hall (near Thetford, Norfolk) and West Heath School (Sevenoaks, Kent) provided the young Diana’s schooling. After attending the finishing school of Chateau d’Oex at Montreux, Switzerland, Diana returned to England and became a kindergarten assistant at the fashionable Young England school in Pimlico.
She renewed her contacts with the royal family, and her friendship with Charles grew in 1980. On February 24, 1981, their engagement was announced, and on July 29, 1981, they were married in St. Paul’s Cathedral in a globally televised ceremony watched by an audience numbering in the hundreds of millions. Their first child, Prince William Arthur Philip Louis of Wales, was born on June 21, 1982, and their second, Prince Henry Charles Albert David, on September 15, 1984. Marital difficulties led to a separation between Diana and Charles in 1992, though they continued to carry out their royal duties and jointly participate in raising their two children. They divorced on August 28, 1996, with Diana receiving a substantial settlement.
Prince Charles and Diana, princess of Wales, returning to Buckingham Palace after their wedding, July 29, 1981.Charles, prince of Wales, and Diana, princess of Wales, on the grounds of Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, while on their honeymoon, August 1981.John Travolta dancing with Diana, princess of Wales, at the White House, Washington, D.C., 1985.Prince Charles and Diana, princess of Wales, returning to Buckingham Palace after their wedding, …Princess Diana Archive/Hulton Archive/Getty ImagesCharles, prince of Wales, and Diana, princess of Wales, on the grounds of Balmoral Castle, …Press Association/AP ImagesJohn Travolta dancing with Diana, princess of Wales, at the White House, Washington, D.C., 1985.
After the divorce, Diana maintained her high public profile and continued many of the activities she had earlier undertaken on behalf of charities, supporting causes as diverse as the arts, children’s issues, and AIDS patients. She also was involved in efforts to ban land mines. Her unprecedented popularity as a member of the royal family, both in Britain and throughout the world, attracted considerable attention from the press, and she became one of the most-photographed women in the world. Although she used that celebrity to great effect in promoting her charitable work, the media (in particular the aggressive freelance photographers known as paparazzi) were often intrusive. It was while attempting to evade journalists that Diana was killed, along with her companion, Dodi Fayed, and their driver, in an automobile accident in a tunnel under the streets of Paris.
Diana, princess of Wales, with victims of land mines at a medical facility on the outskirts of Luanda, Angola.A video marking the 20th anniversary of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), founded in 1992, including footage of Diana, princess of Wales, and her work with land-mine victims.Diana, princess of Wales, with victims of land mines at a medical facility on the outskirts of …
Though the photographers were initially blamed for causing the accident, a French judge in 1999 cleared them of any wrongdoing, instead faulting the driver, who was found to have had a blood alcohol level over the legal limit at the time of the crash and to have taken prescription drugs incompatible with alcohol. In 2006 a Scotland Yard inquiry into the incident also concluded that the driver was at fault. In April 2008, however, a British inquest jury ruled both the driver and the paparazzi guilty of unlawful killing through grossly negligent driving, though it found no evidence of a conspiracy to kill Diana or Fayed, an accusation long made by Fayed’s father.
Her death and funeral produced unprecedented expressions of public mourning, testifying to her enormous hold on the British national psyche. Her life, and her death, polarized national feeling about the existing system of monarchy (and, in a sense, about the British identity), which appeared antiquated and unfeeling in a populist age of media celebrity in which Diana herself was a central figure. This coin is 24Kt Gold Plated