On August 31, 1997, the world was stunned by the tragic death of the most popular and photographed woman of the modern age: Diana, Princess of Wales. The outpouring of public grief, unprecedented in magnitude, has lived on in the memories of billions of people. In this commemorative volume, former Royal correspondent Nicholas Owen chronicles Diana’s childhood and teenage years, her wedding to Prince Charles, tender moments with her adored children, her incandescent beauty and her tireless work for charities worldwide. He also remembers the emotion that gripped the nation as it bid farewell to England’s Rose, and records how her influence can be seen in her sons, William and Harry, who continue to protect and perpetuate her memory. With over 250 photographs, including images of Harry as he continues his mother’s charity work, as well as William, Catherine, and their young family, Diana: The People’s Princess is a poignant tribute to the Queen of Hearts.