Sa­man­tha Hayes

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly - - ROYAL TRIBUTE -

“I was walk­ing down the street in

Mil­ton with my friend when she told me

Diana had died. I re­mem­ber think­ing, ‘I’ll never forget this mo­ment.’ I was 13 years old and to me, she was too im­por­tant, too fa­mous to be killed in a car ac­ci­dent. Princess Diana’s legacy lives on in her sons and the char­ity work they have con­tin­ued in her name. She also brought the royal fam­ily back down to earth, re­con­nected them with ev­ery­day peo­ple by re­mind­ing them that even princesses aren’t per­fect.”

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