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Princess Diana's most iconic looks - breaking royal protocol, swimsuit and revenge dress
Princess Diana was branded as one of the most photographed people in the world, from when she shot to fame during her dating days with Prince Charles to her untimely death in August 1997.During her incredible life, Princess Diana was captured hugging HIV patients, doing charity work, relaxing on holiday and, of course, with her two young boys William and Harry.Throughout her life, Lady Di could switch her look in an instant.READ MORE: Diana promise why Sarah Ferguson 'vows to end rumours about who Harry's dad is'One day, she may be sporting a down-to-earth, casual outfit to play with the kids and the next, dressed to the nines in the finest couture for an event or gala.A true fashion chameleon, Diana did it all with grace and always looked incredible doing so.In celebration of her 61st birthday, take a look at some of the most famous looks in history worn by the woman herself.Arguably one of the most recognisable pictures in history, the image of Princess Diana stepping out in the revenge dress shook the world.The figure hugging mini dress reached just above her knees, which were covered in sheer black tights and outlined the princess’ long, toned legs.The low-cut neckline showed off a small amount of cleavage and featured a pair of arm straps that were draped just above her elbows.The sweetheart neckline and cinched waist accentuated her hourglass figure, with a small train of black fabric attached to her left hip.The skin-tight dress was paired with black pointed toe stiletto heels, a thick multi-layered pearl necklace with a large blue stone, her signature fluffy pixie cut and a winning smile.She seemed surprisingly upbeat as she arrived at the Serpentine Gallery in 1994.Diana attended an evening dinner at Kensington
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Princess Diana 'raised Prince William to be King that changes the monarchy'
Princess Diana raised Prince William with the sole purpose of the prince changing the public's connection with the monarchy, according to TV psychic Deborah Davies.The late Princess died in 1997 when Prince William was just 15 years old, but Prince Charles' ex-wife brought her two sons up to lead from the heart.Former Real Housewives of Cheshire psychic Deborah claims she spoke to Diana who shared an insight into how she prepared her son, 40, for life as King William.READ MORE: Prince Andrew 'cleared his name for the Queen' claims ex-girlfriend Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, Debbie said: "She says Princess Charlotte has many of her mannerisms which Prince William has noticed."Diana raised William to be a King that will change the monarchy's connection to the public, there will no longer be a 'distance with stuffy royal protocol', William will be 'the people's King.'" Despite William being second in line to the throne, the Duke of Cambridge has previously admitted he tries to put his future to the back of his mind.He told Marie Claire: "I certainly don’t lie awake at night waiting or hoping for it because it sadly means my family has moved on and I don't want that."The dad-of-three went on to tell the publication that he has plans to be a "modern king" he says it's "not at the top of the priority list" to think about his future.This was also echoed by William's brother, Prince Harry in 2017 who shared his views on the daunting thoughts that go through the minds of the royals."Is there any one of the Royal Family who wants to be King or Queen? I don't think so," he told Newsweek before adding: "We will carry out our duties at the right time."It appears that while Prince William isn't thinking about his fate too much,
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Harry cruelly taunted over 'dad James Hewitt' claims due to 'ginger hair'
Prince Harry continues to be bombarded with claims that Prince Charles is not his real dad.There have been decades of speculation that Prince Diana's former lover James Hewitt, a former tank commander, could be Harry's dad.These speculations have endlessly been fuelled by the fact that he and James have ginger hair and and has been a question Harry's dodged since childhood. READ MORE: Prince Harry saw Jubilee as 'time to shine but game plan to win Brits over backfired'A few weeks after the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations and speculation about Harry's dad began to resurface on Twitter, many pointed out the similarity between Harry and James.One observer wrote on Twitter: "Seeing Harry at the Jubilee just makes me think that James Hewitt is his dad."Another wrote: "The older Harry's getting, the more he's looking like James Hewitt," followed by an eyes emoji.James prefers to keep out of the public eye nowadays but has spoken out twice in the past to categorically deny being the Prince's birth father.In 2017, during a frank and candid television interview, he was asked directly if he was Harry's father, to which he replied: "No, I'm not."Pressed over why the rumours have persisted for so long, he said: "It's worse for him [Harry] probably, the poor chap."James and Diana reportedly began an affair around the same time Prince Charles was said to have started an affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, now his second wife and the Duchess of Cornwall, in 1986.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.It comes after father-of-two Harry is on track to release a new book about his life as a royal.
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Royal expert baffled with Prince Harry's claim about bike rides with Archie
Prince Harry's claims that he was 'not allowed to ride his bike' by his parents as a child have been called into question by a royal expert.The comments, where the Duke of Sussex compared his childhood in England with that of his three-year-old son Archie in the US, came during his controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.Speaking highly of his family's new life in California, he said: "I guess the highlight for me is sticking him [Archie] on the back of a bicycle in his little baby seat and taking him on bike rides which is something I was never able to do when I was young."READ MORE: Queen unveils trendy new look at 96 and dramatically ditches her walking stickHarry then doubled down on his bicycle take by telling Dax Shepard on the Armchair Expert podcast last May that he would "never have had the chance" to ride with dad Prince Charles as his son does now.But royal commentator Daniela Elser brought this under scrutiny after digging up photos of Harry enjoying a bike ride with his father as a young boy.Writing in, she said: "As far as Harry is concerned it is only now that he has the freedom to strap in his two-year-old boy and cycle around the exclusive neighbourhood, just a father and son, the dappled sunshine and a Range Rover full of protection officers purring along in their wake."To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Elser countered this by stating that there was at least four occasions where Charles took him and Prince William for fun on two wheels — "because there are some uncomfortable family photos of him doing it".Charles was once pictured on his bicycle on the Balmoral grounds in 1988 towing a four-year-old Harry behind him

Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George; born 14 November 1948) is the heir apparent to the British throne as the eldest son of Elizabeth II. He has been Duke of Cornwall and Duke of Rothesay since 1952, and he is the oldest and longest-serving heir apparent in British history.

He is also the longest-serving Prince of Wales, having held that title since 1958. Charles was born at Buckingham Palace as the first grandchild of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. He was educated at Cheam and Gordonstoun schools, which his father, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, had attended as a child. Charles also spent a year at the Timbertop campus of Geelong Grammar School in Victoria, Australia.