‘Happy heavenly 60th’: World remembers Princess Diana on her 60th birthday – NZ Herald

‘Happy heavenly 60th’: World remembers Princess Diana on her 60th birthday – NZ Herald

‘Happy heavenly 60th’: World remembers Princess Diana on her 60th birthday

Princess Diana would have turned 60 years old today – and on would have been a milestone birthday for the Princess of Wales, people all over the world are taking time to pay tribute to “the People’s Princess”.

As Diana’s son, Prince Harry and Prince William, prepare to unveil a statue of their mum in Kensington Garden, tributes for the late princess have began to flow on social media.

Today would have been the 60th birthday of Diana, Princess of Wales
During her life she attended several sittings with our artists so they could perfectly recreate her likeness ✨ pic.twitter.com/lHhNTT7h4z

— Madame Tussauds London (@MadameTussauds)

Good morning today a special lady is to be celebrated on her 60’th Birthday. Princess Diana & I met several times she was great fun had a real sense of humour the statue being unveiled today will help remember her for generations to come. Happy Birthday Princess Diana pic.twitter.com/r8KbtaAI4p

— Frank Bruno MBE 🇬🇧 (@frankbrunoboxer)

Diana, Princess of Wales would have been 60 today. I remember covering a charity engagement at @TheSavoyLondon in 1991 on her 30th. The royal correspondents were all invited. Champagne flowed, Phil Collins sang “Another Day in Paradise”. Time flies. RIP Ma’am.

— Robert Jobson (@theroyaleditor)

Diana Frances Spencer was born on July 1, 1961, in Sandringham, Norfolk, England.

A dedicated mother to her two sons and a passionate activist about a myriad of causes, the Princess of Wales was adored all over the world and news of her tragic death in a car crash in Paris devastated everyone who admired her.

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