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Princess Diana’s height is 5ft 10in ( 1.78m )

Diana, Princess of Wales, was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, the eldest child and heir apparent of Queen Elizabeth II. Diana was born into an aristocratic English family with royal ancestry as The Honourable Diana Spencer.

Princess Diana

Born: July 1, 1961, Sandringham, United Kingdom
Died: August 31, 1997, Paris, France
Buried: September 6, 1997, Althorp, United Kingdom
Spouse: Charles, Prince of Wales (m. 1981–1996)
Siblings: Lady Sarah McCorquodale, Charles Spencer, Jane Fellowes, Baroness Fellowes, John Spencer
Parents: John Spencer, Frances Shand Kydd
Princess Diana Quote: I don’t want expensive gifts; I don’t want to be bought. I have everything I want. I just want someone to be there for me, to make me feel safe and secure. View More Princess Diana Quotes
Filmography: Beautiful People (2008), The Queen: A Remarkable Life (2002), Heart of the Matter (1997), Princess Diana: In Search of Happiness (1997), Corazón, corazón (1995-1996), Jet 7 (1996), Pavarotti & Friends Together for the Children of Bosnia (1995), Panorama (1995), Otello (1992), The Royal Variety Performance 1992 (1992), Good Day New York (1992), Jean-Michel Jarre Destination Docklands (1988), ABC Presents: A Royal Gala (1988), Tagesschau (1987), The Second Annual Prince’s Trust All-Star Rock Concert (1987), This Week (1987), INXS: Living INXS (1986), Vancouver: Focus on Expo 86 (1986), The Prince’s Trust Rock Gala: 10th Birthday (1986), Live Aid (1985), Olympic Gala (1984), People of the Year (1982), The Royal Wedding (1981), Gascoigne (2015), Inside Edition (2015), Omg! Insider (2015), The Official Top 50 Best-Selling Singles of the 90s and 00s (2015), Entertainment Tonight (2003-2014), ITV Lunchtime News (2014), How Video Games Changed the World (2013), Cuéntame (2013), Bad 25 (2012), Fantástico (2012), William at 30 (2012), The Queen and Her Prime Ministers (2012), White Heat (2012), The Unforgettable Russell Harty (2012), The Diamond Queen (2012), The Story of Musicals (2012), Sir Jimmy Savile: As It Happened (2011), The Corrie Years (2011), Menschen & Mächte (2011), Unlawful Killing (2011), The One Show (2011), I Travel Alone (2011), Love Lust (2011), William and Kate Plus 8 Royal Weddings (2011), No me la puc treure del cap (2010), 24 timer vi aldrig glemmer (2010), 20 to 1 (2006-2010), Alan Davies’ Teenage Revolution (2010), Royal Wedding (2010), Live from Studio Five (2010), A polos 25 (2010), Memòries de la tele (2007-2009), 50 años de (2009), Pop Queens 80 (2009), Moonwalking: The True Story of Michael Jackson – Uncensored (2009), Hamburg damals (2009), White House Revealed (2009), British Style Genius (2008), President Hollywood (2008), Revealed (2008), 60/90 (2008), Waiting for Hockney (2008), TV’s Believe It or Not (2008), A Current Affair (2008), Quelli che… il calcio (2008), Paris Hilton Inc.: The Selling of Celebrity (2007), Kenny Everett: Licence to Laugh (2007), Exclusiv – Das Star-Magazin (2007), Diana: Last Days of a Princess (2007), What a Year (2007), Un jour, un destin (2007), Concert for Diana (2007), Duelle (2007), La tele de tu vida (2007), Noticiero Telemundo (2007), Diana: The Witnesses in the Tunnel (2007), Colors en sèrie (2007), Vinte na Galega (2007), The Making of ‘The Queen’ (2007), How to Marry a Prince (2007), Protagonistas del recuerdo (2006), The Fame Review 2006 (2006), La imagen de tu vida (2006), This Is England (2006), The Queen (2006), Premiere Bond: Opening Nights (2006), My Travels with Diana (2006), Diana Revealed: The Princess No One Knew (2006), Grounding – The Last Days of Swissair (2006), Prince William & Prince Harry: Prisoners of Celebrity (2006), 50 y más (2005), Aquí hay tomate (2005), 80s (2005), Camilla: The Uncrowned Queen (2005), Conspiracy? (2004), Husker du… (2004), Jennie Bond’s Royals (2004), Sex ‘n’ Pop (2004), Le grand complot (2004), Di’s Guys (2004), Inventing Grace, Touching Glory (2003), Days That Shook the World (2003), The Greatest (2003), 101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment (2003), Michael Jackson’s Private Home Movies (2003), A Royal Family (2003), Royal Deaths and Diseases (2003), Royalty A-Z (2002), Diana’s Rock: The Paul Burrell Story (2002), The Biographer (2002), Omnibus (2002), Modern Marvels (2001), Princess Diana: The Uncrowned Queen (2001), The New Royals (2001), Inside ‘The Living Daylights’ (2000), Prince of Wales: Kings in Waiting (2000), Prince William, Royal Teenager: Behind the Headlines (2000), Funny Turns (2000), ABC 2000: The Millennium (1999), And the Word Was Bond (1999), Biography of the Millennium: 100 People – 1000 Years (1999), 100 Jahre – Der Countdown (1999), Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys-Jones: The True Story (1999), Diana in Her Own Words (1998), As It Happened: When Diana Died (1998), Diana: Queen of Hearts (1998), Time and Again: The Life and Death of Princess Diana (1998), E! True Hollywood Story (1998), Dangerous Indiscretions: The Decline of the House of Windsor (1998), Biography (1998), Diana: The Mourning After (1998), Princess Diana: A Day in the Life (1998), 14 Weddings and a Divorce (1997), Diana: The Nation’s Farewell (1997), Día a día (1997), The Private Life of Princess Diana (1997), JAG (1997), Henry VIII (1997), Remembering Diana Princess of Wales (1997), Clash of the Titans (1996), Cold Lazarus (1996), Corazón, corazón (1996), Princess Diana: Where Now? A Woman Alone (1996), Harry Enfield and Chums (1994), Death of a Nation: The Timor Conspiracy (1994), And the Band Played On (1993), Diana: Model Princess (1993), Fame in the Twentieth Century (1993), Diana: A Portrait (1992), Mis-Takes (1985), Showtime Looks at 1981 (1981)
Other Names: Lady Diana Spencer, Diana Princess of Wales, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Diana Spencer Windsor
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Best Known For Movie: Diary of a Princess
Height: 5ft 10in ( 1.78m )
First Name: Diana
Middle Name: Frances
Last Name: Spencer
Birth Full Name: Diana Frances Spencer
Birthplace: Sandringham, Norfolk, England, UK
Death Location: Paris, France
Cause of Death: Car Crash
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Anglican / Episcopalian
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
High School: Riddlesworth Hall, Norfolk, England ,West Heath Girls` School, Sevenoaks, Kent, England ,Silfield School in Kings Lynn, Norfolk ,Riddlesworth Hall in Norfolk ,West Heath Girls School
Occupation: Royalty
Body Measurements: 33B-22-34
Dress Size: 8
Shoe Size: 9
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Father: Earl John Spencer
Mother: Frances Shand-Kydd
Brother(s): Earl Charles Spencer (born 20 May 1964)
Sister(s): Jane Fellowes (born 11 February 1957),Lady Sarah McCorquodale (born 19 March 1955)
Other Family Members: Prince William Windsor (Son),Prince Harry Windsor (Son),Neil McCorquodale (brother-in-law),Robert Fellowes (brother-in-law),Emily McCorquodale (born 2 July 1983) (niece),George McCorquodale (born 17 November 1984) (nephew),Celia McCorquodale (born 1989) (niece),The Honourable Laura Fellowes (born 19 July 1980) (niece),The Honourable Alexander Fellowes (born 23 March 1983) (nephew),The Honourable Eleanor Fellowes (born 20 August 1985) (niece),Lady Kitty Spencer (born 28 December 1990) (niece),Lady Eliza Spencer (born 10 July 1992) (niece),Lady Amelia Spencer (born 10 July 1992) (niece),Louis Frederick John Spencer (born 14 March 1994) (nephew),The Honourable Edmund Charles Spencer (born 6 October 2003) (nephew),Lady Lara Caroline Spencer (born 16 March 2006) (niece),Lady Charlotte Diana Spencer (born 30 July 2012) (niece),Princess Anne (former sister-in-law),Prince Andrew (former brother-in-law),Edward Wessex (former brother-in-law),Prince Charles (ex-husband),Peter Philips (former nephew),Zara Phillips (former niece),Princess Beatrice (former niece),Princess Eugenie (former niece)

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