Britain's Diana, the Princess of Wales, is pictured during an evening reception given by West German President Richard von Weizsacker in honor of the British royal guests in the Godesberg Redoute in Bonn, Germany, Nov. 2, 1987.
For someone who began her life in the spotlight as “Shy Di,” Princess Diana became an unlikely, revolutionary during her years in the House of Windsor. She helped modernize the monarchy by making it more personal, changing the way the royal family related to people. By interacting more intimately with the public – kneeling to the level of children, sitting on edge of a patient’s hospital bed, writing personal notes to her fans – she set an example that has been followed by other royals as the monarchy worked to become more human and remain relevant in the 21st century.
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