Essay on Princess Diana

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The luxurious limousine ripped through the town; the city lights blurred as they whizzed around towards their destination. Arriving, she steps out, a woman so lovely a woman so dazzling you’d have to shield your eyes for protection. Media moved in like crows putting camera lenses in her face, microphones pressed against her for a comment, as she struggles yielding herself from the constant harassment and persistence. Princess Diana of Wales always knew how to make an entrance. Rich, poor, famous, and obscure gathered around for a glimpse of the famous Diana, hoping to see her beauty, hoping to see the elegance she carried, hoping for one single glance in their direction. Through all movies and documentaries exposed, the knowledge…show more content…
Surprisingly, Diana went forth to the media and made the divorce with Prince Charles public. She did keep the name of Princess of Wales to put forth the charities she was working with (http://www.netglimse.com/celebs/pages/princess_diana/index.shtml 1 November 2008). Diana’s death started and ended with the paparazzi. The tragic crash was a ruthless car chase of a Mercedes with Diana and her recent boyfriend Dodi al-Fayed in the back, trying to get away from the paparazzi. It’s clearly outlined in The Diana Chronicles written by Tina Brown that the paparazzi had been blamed for Diana‘s tragic death. “I always believed the press would kill her in the end. But not even I could imagine that they would take such a direct hand in her death as seems to be the case. It would appear that every proprietor and editor of every publication that has paid for intrusive and exploitative photographs of her, encouraging greedy and ruthless individuals to risk everything in pursuit of Diana’s image, has blood on their hands today”(442). It was as if they were involved with a high speed car chase; In recent articles it is said that Fayed was screaming, “Faster, loose them! Go on!” (http://www.coverups.com/diana/ 2 November 2008). “The first witnesses on the scene, understandably horrified by the sight of the smashed car and bloody victims, were shocked by the fact that these men dared take pictures of the

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