The hearing into the deaths of Diana and Dodi lasted more than 90 days, with evidence from around 250 witnesses.
The resulting image is one of the most celebrated pictures of the glamorous and vivacious Diana at the peak of her fame.
When Diana called for an international ban, seven months before she died, a Tory minister accused her of being a "loose cannon".
Kate knows, unlike Diana, that this is a marathon not a sprint.
The Queen produced Prince Charles six days before her first wedding anniversary, and Princess Diana did even better.
Once more the key turned in the lock, and Diana was a prisoner.
It is about Apollo's and Diana's mother this story is to be.
The face of the brilliant Diana was entirely devoted to him she amused.
There, she's over—no she's not;—there's Diana—did you see Pat walk her through?
Perhaps when Diana and I are old and gray we shall be able to laugh over them.
c.1200, ancient Italian goddess of the moon, patroness of virginity and hunting, later identified with Greek Artemis, and through her with eastern goddesses such as Diana of Ephesus. The name is earlier Diviana, from *diw-yo-, from PIE root *dyeu- "to shine" (see Zeus).
so called by the Romans; called Artemis by the Greeks, the "great" goddess worshipped among heathen nations under various modifications. Her most noted temple was that at Ephesus. It was built outside the city walls, and was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. "First and last it was the work of 220 years; built of shining marble; 342 feet long by 164 feet broad; supported by a forest of columns, each 56 feet high; a sacred museum of masterpieces of sculpture and painting. At the centre, hidden by curtains, within a gorgeous shrine, stood the very ancient image of the goddess, on wood or ebony reputed to have fallen from the sky. Behind the shrine was a treasury, where, as in 'the safest bank in Asia,' nations and kings stored their most precious things. The temple as St. Paul saw it subsisted till A.D. 262, when it was ruined by the Goths" (Acts 19:23-41)., Moule on Ephesians: Introd.