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*Includes pictures of Diana, William, and important people, places, and events in their lives.*Includes detailed descriptions of both Royal Weddings.*Includes a Table of Contents.On 29 July 1981, millions across the world tuned in to watch one of the most televised events of the 20th century, the fairytale wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana, which featured the inimitable splendour the British are famous for, and one of the most glamourous women of the 20th century. 30 years later, another royal wedding drew inevitable comparisons to the wedding of Diana and Charles. On 29 April 2011, it was the marriage of their first child, Prince William of Wales, second-in-line to the throne, that had hundreds of millions of people (and possibly over a billion) tuning in to watch. The royal wedding sparked renewed interest in the prince and Kate Middleton, his beautiful new wife.Thanks to her fame, the life and tragic death of Princess Di are known the world over, and she has remained immensely popular despite all of the controversies that swirled around her during her final years. Considered a saint by some and a traitor to the established order by others, Diana nevertheless remains one of the most famous and popular Britons in history. Ranked the 3rd Greatest Briton of All Time in a nationwide poll, Diana ranked ahead of icons like Isaac Newton and William Shakespeare, and she continues to be the standard by which all future women in the Royal Family will be judged.From his earliest years, Prince William has been a photographers dream come true, in the same way his mother had been. While he is not necessarily known for his mothers media savvy, he is well-liked by the media and he is able, consciously or incidentally, to capitalize on this advantage. At the same time, from polo to charities, William is thoroughly his father Charless son as a Windsor prince. Not only was William an attractive youngster with his mothers piercing blue eyes and blonde hair, attributes that he retained as he matured; Prince William also retained a touch that was both regal and common and modest. As Tina Brown put it, her legacy is secure through William.The Lives of Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Williams, Duke of Cambridge details Dianas life and career, including its famous ups and infamous downs, but it also humanizes her and intimately explores what Lady Di was like before Legend Di enveloped her legacy. It also looks at the life of the young prince, his relationships with his famous relatives throughout the Royal Family, his recent marriage, and his future. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about Diana and William like you never have before, in no time at all.

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