Diana, Princess of Wales

"She felt so alive to me when I was making this movie," said the actor, who is garnering early Oscars buzz for her portrayal of the late royal in "Spencer."
The slice is in pretty great condition, considering it was made 40 years ago.
Charles Spencer, brother of the late royal, attend the unveiling of a statue dedicated to Diana, alongside her two sisters.
The actor said she wanted her version of the DC Comics superhero to be imbued with the late British royal's "vulnerabilities and heart."
The new book tells the story of a child whose mother died during the coronavirus pandemic.
The pregnant duchess wore jewelry that belonged to Princess Diana and a symbolic lotus flower on her dress.
The 25-year-old dazzled with her portrayal of the late Princess of Wales in the Netflix hit.
In an extended version of the clip, a young Prince Harry plays away on the piano.
"It was just a nightmare," the "Back to the Future" star told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."
The new star on the Netflix series described one scene in a "freezing-cold swimming pool" in Spain that was the "hardest" to film.
A commemorative statue will be installed next year on what would have been Diana's 60th birthday.
The cast and crew of "Diana" will perform the show in an empty theater and put the finished product on the popular digital platform next year.
The Princess of Wales had many mom moments out with Prince William and Prince Harry.
"Emotionally, things come out of the blue that you don’t ever expect," the Duke of Cambridge said in a new BBC documentary.
"My brother and I remain appreciative of the work you do," the Duke of Cambridge said.
A resurfaced video shows the Princess of Wales running in a race at her son Harry's sports day.
Darren McGrady fired off tweets saying that Prince Harry was "manipulated" and that Meghan "just wanted to be famous."
The 1990s and early 2000s were fraught for the royal family's public image. In the 2010s, the Windsors rebuilt a sense of goodwill.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke about their trouble with the media spotlight in a new interview.
The pop star tells about the queen's sense of humor in an excerpt from his forthcoming memoir "Me."