Re­mem­ber Di with love, but let her have peace

The Sunday Post (Newcastle) - - EDUCATION -

THURS­DAY marks the 20th an­niver­sary of the death of Princess Diana.

We’ve seen count­less doc­u­men­taries, mag­a­zine ar­ti­cles and lots of in­ter­net chat­ter about this poor woman, who was so badly let down by just about ev­ery­one in her far-tooshort life.

In­fa­mously, there were “three peo­ple in her mar­riage”, and af­ter her di­vorce from Prince Charles, she bounced from one ill-ad­vised re­la­tion­ship to an­other, con­tin­u­ally look­ing for hap­pi­ness.

The one con­stant in her life was the deep love she had for her sons.

They have been talk­ing very openly about their mum to mark the 20 years since her death, but I do be­lieve that, af­ter this week, we should al­low Diana to rest in peace.

She was a re­mark­able woman who broke down bar­ri­ers and still had so much more to give.

Her death was a tragic ac­ci­dent and she should al­ways be re­mem­bered with love and af­fec­tion, but let this be the last time the bit­ter­ness and con­spir­acy the­o­ries are played out.

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