Princess Diana's Younger Brother Posts Throwback Childhood Pic Of The Two Of Them!

Princess Diana's Younger Brother Posts Throwback Childhood Pic Of The Two Of Them!
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It’s been no less than two decades since Princess Diana ’s tragic passing and now, her brother, journalist Charles Spencer, decided to share a never before seen picture of the two of them as kids! Check it out!

Author and journalist Charles Spencer took to his Twitter account yesterday to post the rare snap of him and his sister posing together.

The pic showed the siblings outside, a rose shrub in the background, Diana’s arm over her younger brother, protectively.

As you know, Diana would grow up to marry Prince Charles in 1981.

The royal, while at odds with palace traditions and constantly harassed by the press, was beloved by the public and is still remembered with a lot of love and respect today due to her activism.

Unfortunately, in August of 1997, Princess Diana passed away in a car accident.

Last summer, her two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, revealed their plans to pay tribute to their late mom by raising a statue at Kensington Palace on July 1, 2021, marking what would’ve been her 60th birthday.

In a joint statement, they shared that ‘The statue was commissioned to mark the 20th anniversary of her passing and to recognize her positive impact in the UK and all around the world. The Princes hope the statue will help all of those who visit Kensington Palace to reflect on their mother's life and her legacy.’

Fans of the late Princess Diana are also looking forward to seeing her story being told on season four of Netflix's The Crown, set to debut on November 15.

The one to take on the role of a younger Lady Diana Spencer is Emma Corrin, who will be telling the story of her early relationship with Prince Charles.


As per Netflix’s description of the upcoming season, it will show that ‘Charles' romance with a young Lady Diana provides a much-needed fairytale to unite the British people, while, behind closed doors, the Royal family is becoming increasingly divided.’

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