On this episode of the To Di For Daily podcast, Simon McCoy discusses Princess Diana and his life as a 90s royal correspondent. The tv presenter reflects on the 25th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana and her legacy.
I know you’ve seen Rowing Blazers, Warm & Wonderful, and Gyles and George’s ads for Princess Diana’s iconic jumpers. The ads haunt me as I navigate my way around the internet. Here’s the good news… each of these brands do promotions!
The Daily Beast reports that Andrew Morton disagrees with Prince William’s demand that the BBC never air Princess Diana’s interview again. Morton tells the pub, “It is a supreme irony that it is her son who has led the calls to posthumously muzzle Diana, to silence her, to prevent her from being heard, from saying what she spent her life trying to articulate.”
You can catch Cristo Foufas and Kinsey Schofield’s Royal Roundup every Sunday morning at 5:30 am GMT on TalkTV.
He’s the most handsome and talked about Prince in the world and he knows that all eyes will be on him Tuesday as he celebrates a landmark birthday, the big 4-0. In typical Princess Diana fashion, Prince William has written exclusively for ‘The Big Issue’ about why he wanted to turn the country’s attention to the homeless crisis around his 40th birthday.
Did you know that Diana grew up on Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham Estate in a home called Park House? Diana’s grandparents originally rented the home from King George V. Multiple members of Diana’s family were royal courtiers. It often feels like that is excluded from her story. Was she more interesting or fascinating by being considered “a commoner” to the press? When her family has such a rich and fascinating aristocratic background? Watch ‘Diana at Sixty’ on Tubi now.
The owner of London’s Café Diana discusses meeting Princess Diana, naming his restaurant after the Princess of Wales, and how their meeting and relationship changed his life forever.
NEW DOCUMENTARY ALERT! ‘Diana: Killing of a Princess’ is now streaming on FOX Nation. FOX Nation is available on your favorite streaming devices. Here’s how to watch ‘Diana: Killing of a Princess…’
A brand new photo of Princess Diana taken by photographer David Bailey is going on display at Kensington Palace. See it in person starting March 4 through October 30, 2022. Ticket details inside.
Listen and watch the premiere episode of our podcast, To Di For Daily, as we interview author Tom Quinn about his latest book, ‘Scandals of the Royal Palaces.’
Kristen Stewart did not wear an exact replica of Princess Diana’s wedding dress in ‘Spencer.’ Costume designer Jacqueline Durran explains the story to FIDM’s Kevin Jones.
Cherrywood Fabrics encourages fans of crafts, sewing, and quilting to participate in quilting challenges through custom bundles. See Cherrywood Fabrics’ Princess Diana Quilt Challenge on tour all over the country!