Various and Sundry Things: Iconic Princess Diana

Happy Friday! Today I salute the late Princess Diana of Wales. As a young girl I was amazed by the British Royalty. I felt that Princess Diana was so approachable, almost like I knew her. I also was looked to her as being my future mother in law, as all girls my age did. I remember getting up early to watch her funeral with my mom and feeling so sad.

As time passes I have grown to idolize her even more for her charitable heart and sense of style. She was the perfect example of beauty both in side and out.

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Melissa

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