The People’s Princess - Known for her humanitarian efforts, and she traveled more extensively than any royalty we can remember. Diana brought attention to landmines that were left buried and unmarked after civil war, she raised awareness of famine and helped lift the stigma of AIDS.

Britain said goodbye to Princess Diana on September after a week of grieving the untimely passing of the “The People’s Princess.” The shocking loss of the beloved royal .

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Title: Diana Reborn Magazine: Vanity Fair July 1997 Model: Diana, Princess of Wales Photographer: Mario Testino

Diana, Princess of Wales - 1997 - Kensington Palace - Vanity Fair - Queen of Hearts - Photo by Mario Testino

Princess Diana by Mario Testino My favorite picture of Princess Di. truly happy and a beauty

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Diana, Princess of Wales, photographed by Mario Testino for the July 1997 cover of Vanity Fair.

Simplicity in portraits works for everyone. I can't believe I just wrote that while looking at a portrait of Diana, Princess of Wales. Photo by Mario Testino

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One of my favorite pictures of her. Diana always looked beautiful, even in jeans and a plain white shirt. I loved this style on her, I always believed she was most comfortable at times like this.

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April Diana, Princes of Wales visits St. Mary's Hospital for the Cosmic Charity on Behalf of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit in Paddington, London.

1997    Diana met with Mother Theresa in New York in a simple white suit and cap-toed pumps.

Princess Diana's Most Iconic Style Moments

1997 Diana met with Mother Theresa in New York in a simple white suit and cap-toed pumps. I believe the People's Princess, had a heart & soul that reached far beyond the drama & worldliness that surrounded her.

PRINCESS DIANA AND MOTHER TERESA  After visiting Mother Teresa's Hospice for the Sick and Dying in India in February 1992, Diana traveled to Rome and New York where she reconnected with the Catholic saint and formed a strong bond based on their charitable efforts. They often collaborated on their many charitable projects.

Princess Diana life in photos

PRINCESS DIANA AND MOTHER TERESA After visiting Mother Teresa's Hospice for the Sick and Dying in India in February Diana traveled to Rome and New York where she reconnected with the Catholic saint and formed a strong bond .Two of my most admired ladies

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