Synopsis by Sarah Ing
Princess Diana's fairy tale wedding turned out to be anything but. The entire world watched as her marriage crumbled, leaving her without a title. But she bounced back, becoming a leader in social causes and one of the most imitated women on the planet. The time between her rise to fame at 20 and her tragic death at 36 is profiled in the documentary Princess Diana: The Uncrowned Queen. Diana's marital troubles were often eclipsed by her battles with the press. Constantly hounded, she tried to use the paparazzi frenzy to her advantage while performing social work. The video features interviews with Diana's two children, William and Harry, and some of her friends. The public scrutiny of Diana extended all the way to her demise. But it is her charm and charisma that is remembered in Princess Diana: The Uncrowned Queen.
Britain, princess, royalty