There have been many tributes to honor the legacy of Diana, Princess of Wales, on the 20th anniversary of her death. But nothing quite matches this “well dressing” portrait made by volunteers in Chesterfield, England.
Twenty years ago this summer, Princess Diana died in a tragic car accident that put Britain in a state of mourning that lasted for an entire week. In the aftermath following her death, the public seemingly turned on the media, whom they believed to be the indirect cause of her untimely passing, hounded as she was by…
Twenty years after Diana’s death, every detail of her life and death has been excavated and studied with microscopic furor. The cause of the crash, the lurid details of a gruesome accident, the Queen, the mountains of flowers, the callous ex-husband, and the two pitiful princes are all histories that have been written…
Diana, Princess of Wales, was the most famous woman of the late twentieth century, and August 31 is the two-decade anniversary of her death. Consequently, the media business on both sides of the Atlantic plans to spend the next few weeks in a total, shameless scramble for ratings.
On Monday, HBO will release a new documentary marking the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, offering personal insights into the lives of Prince Willam and Prince Harry and the pain they experienced after learning they’d never speak to their mother again.
Yum, does that taste like old English tea?
Ryan Murphy is still working hard at his goal of turning FX into a gayer version of The History Channel, as it’s just been announced that the second season of his anthology series Feud will explore the fraught relationship between Prince Charles and his late wife, Diana.
If you’ve been longing since the age of five to bring some of Princess Diana’s style into your life—or if you’re really too young to remember her but keen to update your wardrobe with some whimsically exaggerated late 1980s touches—ASOS has got the capsule collection for you!
Today is the nineteenth anniversary of one of the most truly shocking celebrity news stories of all time: The sudden death of Princess Diana, a media darling and, at the time, one of the most famous women in the world.
On this day in 1982, Prince William made his first public appearance. If you could call it that, considering he could’ve easily been mistaken for a blanket-wrapped butternut squash.
On November 11, 1985, Princess Diana visited the J.C. Penney in the Springfield, Virginia mall.
A reproduction of Kate Middleton’s engagement ring—the sapphire that originally belonged to Princess Diana—will not be sold at palace gift shops, after all. Whatever. The real question: Is this Kate’s handiwork????
Either a very devoted Princess Di fan or an adventurous eater purchased a slice of cake from the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. Though Los Angeles-based auction house Nate D. Sanders had estimated $4,000 for the sale of the 34-year-old cake, it ended up going to a buyer for $1,375. What a…
Kate Middleton wore a tiara, and it was international news.
Donald Trump has many regrets, but among them is the fact that he never dated Princess Diana, whom he tried to unsuccessfully woo by wearing her down with flowers. Trump says that he and Diana “liked each other a lot,” but according to BBC presenter Selina Scott, he really just gave the princess “the creeps.”
I know Handbook For Nannies Fired From Their Jobs Due To Alleged Affairs With Daddies doesn’t exist, but Christine Ouzounian should consider writing it. She’s appeared on the covers of tabloids for weeks, nearly every American [who follows celebrity gossip] knows her name, she recently acquired a new Lexus, and we’ve…
On this day 34 years ago, Charles, Prince of Wales, married Lady Diana Spencer in London, at St. Paul’s Cathedral. The couple arrived from Buckingham Palace via horse-drawn carriage while the world—including my Californian mother—lost their minds with excitement.
A British couple bought a purple beanie baby at car boot sale (which is like a UK flea market) for about $15 USD, then found out it could be worth over $93K. Pardon me, but I’m about to put on a miner’s cap and go spelunking in my parent’s garage after hearing this news. What’s even more random is the bear was made in…
Jugs. Sometimes you're born with 'em; sometimes you acquire a pair through the skillful hands of a cosmetic surgeon.
Great news, royalty fetishists—several items from Princess Diana's wardrobe are currently up for auction. Also for sale: a not-at-all-revolting piece of stale commemorative cake from the wedding of Will & Kate™. All this can be yours!!!