The Royals

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The Royal Family

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Not just the queen of the UK 

Queen Elizabeth II is also the Sovereign of 15 countries in the Commonwealth of Nations: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu.

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Diana, the Princess of Wales

Princess Diana was an iconic figure of the late 20th Century. People admired her for her charity work; in particular her work with AIDS patients. She married Prince Charles in 1981, and she received the title of “Her Royal Highness Princess Diana of Wales”.

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Diana, the Princess of Wales
Diana was born in an (1) aristocratic family. Her father was Edward Spencer. Diana grew up in the family home of Park House, before moving to Althorp in 1975. Diana didn’t shine as a student, but did well in music and ballet. When she met her future husband, Diana was working as a part-time assistant in a (2) nursery school in London

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Diana, the Princess of Wales
In 1981, Diana married Prince Charles. Diana was 20, and Charles was 33 at the time. Over 1 billion people worldwide watched the wedding. During their marriage they had two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. However, in the mid-1980s, (3) tensions started (4) to appear in the marriage, and under much publicity, the marriage broke up (5) resulting into a divorce in 1992. During this period Diana (6) suffered from (7) various health problems such as bulimia and depression.

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Diana, the Princess of Wales
In January 1997, she visited mine fields in Angola to (8) inspect the clearing of landmines. Shortly before her death, June 18th Princess Diana met with Mother Teresa. Both (9) admired each other. Lastly, Diana died on 31st August, 1997, in a car crash (10) involving Dodi Al-Fayed. They were (11) chased by paparazzi at the time of the (12) fatal accident. The death of Diana had a (13) profound impact on the British public and those in other countries. People laid over 1 million bouquets of flowers in front of the Buckingham Palace. Her funeral was watched by countless millions around the world.

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Does Diana think she'll ever be queen? Explain your answer in fully!

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Diana says 'because I'm a non - starter' What does she mean by using this term?

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'They see me as a threat'
Explain why Diana believes the royal family sees her a threat

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