Life Span Development and Personality Paper
Princess Diana of Wales
May 7, 2011
Life Span Development and Personality Paper: Princess Diana of Wales This paper will discuss the life span development and personality of Princess Diana of Wales. I could not think of a better person to speak of when it comes to an influential figure from the 20th century. She not only made an impact on her country, but she was a representation of class, elegance and grace. Diana was one of four children who were born into British aristocracy. She was the daughter of divorced parents who remained with their father after the separation. She became known as Lady Diana after he father inherited the title of Earl Spencer in late 1975. Although she was known to be somewhat shy, at a very young age Diana showed interest in helping children and revealed a great fondness for them. When she determined that school was not an option in her life at that point in time, she began working with kids and became a Kindergarten teacher in London. Diana was no stranger to royalty; she had been known to reportedly play with Prince Edward and Prince Andrew as a small child while her family vacationed at an estate which was owned by Queen Elizabeth II. In 1977, she became reacquainted Prince Charles, who was the older brother of the two princes. Prince Charles and Lady Diana caused quite a stir when they began their courtship. Prince Charles was no stranger to being in the media and was usually the subject of media attention. The press was captivated by the seemingly odd couple; “the reserved, garden-loving prince and the shy young woman with an interest in fashion and popular culture” (Biography, Princess Diana). When the couple eventually decided to marry, the ceremony was broadcasted all over the world and was deemed the wedding of the century. From that day forward, Lady Diana would be referred to as Princess Diana of Wales. From researching different...
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