The 9th Earl Spencer, 56, shared a throwback image of himself and Diana on Twitter Saturday. The sweet snapshot, which was posted without a caption, showed the young Spencer standing next to his much taller older sister as she embraced him with one arm.
Princess Diana seemed like a fairy when she first became known when she was covered by media because of her marriage with Prince Charles. Slowly and gradually she reigned with her actions which still describe her and people will remember forever.
Examining her timeless legacy, Princess Diana will forever be known for pushing the British royal family into the modern era and the traditions. With her grace, style, and passion for generosity, she shattered royal traditions and became one of the most beloved and approachable women on the globe for kindness.
But unfortunately she died in an unbelievable car accident which is 23 years from now. How fast time passes! But she is still a part of the royal family through her amazingly impressive norms.
A few days back, Princess Diana's younger brother who was born three years after her posted their childhood photo in which she is a cutie and looks a bit like Princess Charlotte too who is her granddaughter.
The picture is so adorable and it has awaken the love and spirit she left back then, which came with her grace and outclass personality. Her brother Earl Spencer posted the picture without any caption but in the memory of her late sister.
A fond memory... I was her doorman once at the London Palladium, there was a brief moment, a few seconds in time, where, as she passed, she gazed into my eyes and smiled, and even now I think, so much was said in that moment x— Simon Collins (@simon12265) November 7, 2020
People are now sharing their memorable moments with Princess Diana and how she ruled hearts. Although she did not come from a composed and loving family. She had a rough childhood but still she ended all the prejudices she could and made sure no one was left out.
What a beautiful photo. I spent an evening with your sister in Milan. It was 1985 & I was 8 years. She wore a sparkly blue jacket, but she sparkled regardless. Glamorous & kind — what a rare combination. Here she is with my late father (his back to the camera). RIP Diana 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/YErpudEfuH— Tom Burges Watson (@Tburgeswatson) November 7, 2020