Facts About Princess Diana
Princess Diana have taken breaths around:237,621,600 breaths of air
Princess Diana have spent time for eating & drinking around:29.6 months eating and drinking
Princess Diana heart has beaten around:2,281,167,360 times
Princess Diana have eaten around:43.6 tons of food
Princess Diana have slept around:20 years sleeping
Princess Diana have laughed around:220,020 times
Princess Diana is known as the Rose of the World, the Princess of the World, or simply as Diana, Princess of Wales. She can be named among the most extraordinary and underestimated personalities of the 20th century, whose contribution to the world peace and wellness is incredible. Born in July 1961 in a small town of Sandringham, Norfolk, Diana Francis Spencer grew up in a rich and crowded family of Earl Spencer, who had a title and was quite close with the members of the Royal family. Diana received a brilliant education and when she was 20 years old, she got engaged to Prince Charles, the elder son of Queen Elizabeth II. Charles and Diana got married in 1981 and shortly after had 2 lovely sons, the Princes William and Harry. Diana had a quite difficult life since her relationships with her husband Charles weren’t too smooth. There is a great number of books written about these two people and their life. Diana was focused on bringing up her children, charity, helping and supporting other people. She used to visit the hottest ports in the world like the war areas, and she was always wondering about the life of poor and sick people. She used to support poor children and was one of the most active members of the UN. She opened plenty of hospitals around the world, including the ones for poor and homeless people, and she used to raise funds for various researches related to cancer or other serious diseases. She died in summer 1997 in an automobile accident during her trip to Paris. In those times she was divorced from her husband Charles and went through tough times from the side of the Royal Family. She was a wonderful and very emotional woman, who left her incredible charm and kindness to be remembered for many centuries.