This, and only this, is what James should be celebrated for.
The resulting image is one of the most celebrated pictures of the glamorous and vivacious Diana at the peak of her fame.
Tracing the reality behind such a celebrated personality presents a difficult task.
mid-15c., originally of the Mass, from Latin celebratus "much-frequented; kept solemn; famous," past participle of celebrare "assemble to honor," also "to publish; sing praises of; practice often," originally "to frequent in great numbers," from celeber "frequented, populous, crowded;" with transferred senses of "well-attended; famous; often-repeated." Related: Celebrated; celebrating.