A poignant, loving portrait of the young woman who would become the world's most famous Princess
In 1980, Mary Robertson, an American living in London, welcomed a shy young nanny into her home to care for her nine-month-old son. Little did she know that this was to be the beginning of an extraordinary friendship, for the young woman was Lady Diana Spencer who would later become Diana, Princess of Wales, the most celebrated woman of our time.
In The Diana I Knew, Mary Robertson recounts her unique memories of this remarkable woman and describes the day-to-day building of a trusting, affectionate relationship that would develop into a seventeen-year-long friendship. From Diana's first moments in the spotlight, to her lavish wedding and the birth of her sons, to her tragic, untimely death, The Diana I Knew is a moving, eloquent tribute from a friend to a friend'a candid, personal glimpse of the captivating woman the world will never forget.