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Being born on the island of Themyscira, Diana (since created from clay) was trained to be a warrior princess, from Combat training to knowledge training. as shown in Sirens Conch and Awesome Aunt Antiope Diana had to train to be perfect, with little fun she could have, even playing with her Aunt. Explained in Sweet Justice, Diana competed in the tournament of Athena and Aphrodite (Against her mother's orders) and won and headed out to perform her destiny of saving the world of Man. It also revealed in Crushing It she encountered the first boy she meets upon arriving in Metropolis, a boy name Steve Trevor who she developed a crush on.
While Charles was serving in the Royal Navy, Camilla became engaged to an Army cavalry officer, Andrew Parker Bowles. They married in 1973, but the couple remained good friends with the prince. Charles was even named the godfather of Camilla and Andrew Parker Bowles' first son.
Though the documentary was initially intended to improve public opinion of the prince, he ended up admitting to his infidelity, saying he was \"faithful and honorable\" to Diana during their marriage \"until it became irretrievably broken down, us both having tried.\"
Diana received a generous divorce settlement, the right to continue using her title of Princess of Wales, and retained her apartments at Kensington Palace. However, the \"people's princess\" had to relinquish the title of Her Royal Highness and any future claims to the British throne.
Diana experiences sexism for the first time with Steve's chief commander questioning why Steve allowed a woman to enter the room cause. After failing to get his commander to listen, Sir Patrick calls for Steve and introduces himself to Diana. Before Diana could reveal she's a princess, Steve interrupts by saying her last name is Prince. This gives her the name she later uses in the future, \"Diana Prince\", so her real identity could remain hidden.
While the world watched the public mourning and funeral for Princess Diana after her shocking death in 1997, the princess's youngest son, then 12-year-old Prince Harry, said he believed his mom hadn't died.
This interest has been compounded by representations of the princess in popular culture such as the 2021 movie Spencer starring Kristen Stewart and the fifth season of Netflix's royal drama The Crown released in November, in which Diana was played by the Australian actress, Elizabeth Debicki.
She fiercely guarded her children. In one famous piece of video, the princess shielded her children from cameras while skiing. \\\"I have to protect my children's space,\\\" she said, covering a lens with her hands.
Jephson said that to his knowledge her husband did not object. \\\"To be fair, the princess did this in a sensitive way. There was no idea here she was exposing them to things she didn't think they could cope with,\\\" he said. \\\"It was an occasional bit of real-life experience she wanted them to have.\\\"
It was at Kensington that Queen Victoria was born, christened and became queen. When Victoria was 18 years old, she went to bed one night a princess and woke up the next morning a queen. Her reign from 1837 to 1901 was the longest in British history. Today on display in her bedroom is a William Tempest dress and several marionettes.
She was the fourth of five children and grew up near Sandringham Palace, even playing with the young princes Andrew and Edward. Princess Diana's family tree tells a story of love, heartbreak, and war. 781b155fdc