Little Diana Spencer did not want for material things
but grown-up problems deprived her of the simple joy of growing up in a happy home with two parents who loved each other.
Di's awkward years gave little hint of the beauty she would become, and her school years were undistinguished by outstanding academic achievement, but Di had some thoughts on her future. To a friend, she confided that she wouldn't mind becoming The Princess of Wales, or a ballerina.

She became too tall to be a ballerina......

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