Twenty years after Diana s death, this major new documentary rewrites many of the myths of her legacy. Rather than portraying Diana as unhappy, at war with the Royal family and herself; and suffering a tragically death - we discover an exceptional woman who changed the future of the Royal family forever. With a cast who knew Diana intimately, including Ken Wharfe, Diana's long term Protection Officer, her personal trainer, ballet teacher, spiritual healer and personal friends, Diana The Woman Inside highlights Diana as a woman and mother rather than just a tragic icon.
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I remember where I was when I learned that Princess Diana had died on August 31st 1997, and vividly recall the events that unfolded that week. Princess Diana was simultaneously a fantasy object, celebrity and a political figure. The late Princess became a symbol for so many things, and not only because of her style or beauty or the caring she showed to others, but because of her fortitude. This wonderful documentary captures that. Deserves to be seen
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This is very enjoyable, and tastefully done. It contains interviews with people close to the late princess. I thoroughly recommend if you appreciate a truthful look at Princess Diana’s life, and the scope of her impact on the royal family and the world, which can't be understated.
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