Princess Diana report .docx - Savanah Gadwood Princess Diana Project Professor Schulte Princess Diana Report Tucked away behind the shame of her past A

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Savanah Gadwood Princess Diana Project 3-19-18 Professor Schulte Princess Diana Report Tucked away behind the shame of her past. A society consumed by lies and manipulation. The princess we all grew to love hid behind a smile that would always be remembered. She was an iconic female role in our society. Princess Diana was forced to make to the public think she was okay, when in reality she was facing marriage, family, and image issues that no one could even begin to imagine. At the age of twenty, Princess Diana married Prince Charles of Wales. Seemingly, this wedding seemed to be something out of a fairytale, but the nightmare had just begun. Diana had a radiant smile that hid the world of pain she received from the newly wedded husband and the past she left behind. “She campaigned for different charities and issues that people should be aware of like AIDS and HIV that affected other countries” (Samuelson). She stood for different charities and supported the issues with landmines and explosive remnants of war. Being the great impactful person everyone loved, she suffered from issues closer to home. After her mom left when Diana was about five, she received a step mother that she only found out by her dad announcing it through the paper weeks before the wedding (Samuelson). The hatred that her and her siblings indured from their stepmother was unbearable. She confronted her dad with a spiteful tone as egged on from her older sisters, which later created distance in her future relationships with her new royal family.
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  • Spring '16
  • Sociology, Charles, Prince of Wales, Prince William of Wales, Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, Princess Diana Project

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