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~ The Princess Diana Memorial Pages ~

Princess Diana

1961 ~ 1997

Diana, Princess of Wales, her companion Dodi Al Fayed and their driver were killed in the early hours of Sunday, 31 August 1997. The People's Princess was 36 and leaves behind two young Princes, William and Harry.

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Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 16:03:52 +0800

From: [email protected] (Maribel B. Tamoria)

my sympathy goes to the two boys and the spencer family!

princess diana lighted a candle light in each one of us now - THANK YOU OUR PRINCESS!!!

 

Date: Mon, 08 Sep 1997 17:25:51 +1000

From: Sally Friedland <[email protected]>

Subject: Our Sincere Condolence

We are devastated by the death of Diana-Princess of Wales, Queen of Hearts. Our deepest sympathy goes out to her beloved sons William and Harry, and to her dear family. We am proud of her brother's speech delivered at the funeral. Our thoughts are with you. With much love and tears, Sally and Toni Friedland

 

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 14:28:53 +0800

From: [email protected] (Marietta M. Hernandez)

Subject: condolence

Marietta M. Hernandez - yes, everybody is teary-eyed because now, you will only be a memorial to us. But we're sure, you will stay in our hearts. Our love goes to your sons who will surely miss you.

 

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 13:17:38 +0800

From: [email protected] (Tina )

May the Princess find peace and happiness in heaven.

 

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 1997 21:30:15 -0700

From: Peter Castro <[email protected]>

Subject: Prince William, Prince Harry, and to the Royal Family

To whom it may concern, It is my deep regret and sorrow that Princess Diane had paased away, and although I didn't know her, she knew me. She had expressed her himanity out into the world. I, as well as the world will miss her deeply. I am a 22 year old student in San Francisco, and my name is Peter. I want you to know that we in San Francisco have been hurt by her death, as it is a great loss for the world.

YOurs truly, Peter

 

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 08:26:02 +0800

From: [email protected] (Catherine E. Cruz)

Subject: Princess of Wales

Diana, You were in despair, yet you took care of the rejected and the downtrodden, You were denied love where you sought it, and yet your heart abounded only with love, compassion and understanding. Our dear Diana, Princess of Wales, friend, mother, woman. Your memory lives on, our Queen of Hearts. Catherine E. Cruz Franz R. Nepomuceno Philippines

 

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 07:13:43 +0800

From: [email protected] (Ruben N. Elizaga)

Subject: Condolence

To the family of late Princess Diana, Our deepest sympathies. Princess Diana is indeed a Great Lady. It's a great loss to the entire world. We surely miss her. But truly, she will Filipinos. BJ and the Elizaga Family

Date: Mon, 08 Sep 1997 10:16:18 +1000

From: tomcroll <[email protected]>

Subject: (Prince William and Prince Harry.)

Our thoughts and prayers are with both Prince William and Prince Harry at thier sad loss. My family here in Australia have been deeply saddened by the death or your mother Princess Diana. In everything you do in your life always make your mother proud of you.

 

Date: Sun, 7 Sep 1997 20:04:06 -0400 (EDT)

From: [email protected]

Subject: condolence

to diana's family: a sincere condolence from our household, especially form my wife SHIRLEY who is an avid fan of the late Princess. AYCARDO FAMILY

 

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 08:54 +0930

From: "Juett, Peter" <[email protected]>

Subject: condolences

To Prince William and Prince Harry, Our family send our sincere sympathy to you both and to your wonderful Mother`s family. Our thoughts are with you now and in the future. May you find strength in the days ahead and some consolation in that you had a wonderful role model in your Mother. She will never be forgotten by the people of Australia.

Regards, Andrea, Peter, Kimberley, Benjamin & Matthew Juett.

 

From: "Pizzeria Smile" <[email protected]>

Subject: DIANA

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 01:05:40 +0200

BROBABILMENTE IL RE DI TUTTI NOI NOSTRO SIGNORE HA VOLUTO PREMIARTI CHIAMANDOTI A SE. TI DARA UNA CORONA CHE MAI NESSUNO SAPEVA OFFRIRTI SU QUESTA TERRA . SARAI LA REGINA DI TUTTI GLI ANGELI DI TUTTI QUELLI CHE TI HANNO VOLUTO BENE DI TUTTI QUELLI CHE SONO DIVENTATI RICCHI ALLE TUE SPALLE DI TUTTI QUELLI CHE HAI AIUTATO SPERIAMO CHE TU DA LA SU CI GUIDI FACENDOCI ANCORA DEL BENE E CHE MOLTI PRENDANO ESEMPIO RIPOSA PER TUTTI NOI

 

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 97 17:15:54 -0700

From: judy daniels <[email protected]>

Dearest Family of Diana:

We wish to express our sincere sympathy for the loss of your loved one. Diana was truly a unique person whom all of the world loved. She can never be replaced. All of her dedicated interest in those less fortunate than we are is truly a reflection that she indeed was an "English Rose". Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sincerest sympathy, Steve and Judy Daniels

 

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 1997 16:00:47 -0600

From: Michael Withers <[email protected]>

Subject: Surprised at the depth of my Saddness For Princess Di !

This is the second letter I have written for this site, the first one was titled "Will her Message be Forgotten?" It was after this that I was able to watch (& made a point to watch) the funeral. It was only then did I start to lose control of my emotions.I was overwhelmed by the sense of a major loss that the immediate families must be feeling and the loss the world was feeling. Here was a beautiful person who saw the suffering that was being endured by people in this world, then chose to do something about. I say again that it was not only of the fact that she chose to help the needy but it was the genuine heartfelt sincerity in which she lent her hand & name to it. Lots of people lend their time to charities, but with some you feel that their time comes with a price tag. Not only in the monetary sense but in the sense that they feel that because of what they are doing will put them in good standing with the

community or with their God. With Princess Di you distinctly felt that there was absolutley no price tag what so ever. Her only hope was to inspire such efforts into other people to make the world a better place to live in.

But in this world where we put a higher degree of importance on people who entertain us instead of on people who make the world a better place, it (although very sad) comes as no surprise that our insatiable thirst for information on the rich & famous, whether it is good or bad information, is of little consequence. Actually it is all the more better if the information is scandalous. It is my belief that we have been brained washed (in a sense) by the various forms of media & their overzealous pursuit to expose these stories. The media has always argued that it is their right to expose these stories to the public to keep the public informed & protected. Well I agree but only to a certain point. I feel it is also the duty of the media's to report the good stories, the stories that bring hope & cheer to the public. Stories that prove that not all young kids, so called punks, are out there stealing and wrecking public/private property. Or that not all adults are out there to screw the public out of their hard earned money & dignity.

The various media's should & must start devoting as much energy and time to persuing these stories as they do the negative stories. Then & only then the people of this world may start believing that there is genuinely well meaning people out there & that there is a flicker of hope for this world. Right now if you were to tell a complete stranger that "whats their face" was a bad evil person, that they would not only believe it but do nothing about it. However if you were to tell them that "whats their face" is a really nice person and that they are making the world a better place to live in, they not only would not believe it, but would also go out of their way to try to dig up some dirt to destroy the person. Bottom line is that everyone is suspicious of a nice person, so that discourages most people from trying to be nice which would make the world a better place to live in. So to the people of the media I ask, are you ever going to start to do you your completely by that I mean are you going to start to devote equal time to, print, radio & TV to the good stories like you do the bad stories. You might be surprised at how well good stories will sell. To the people of the world, lets start putting the "Sleaze Media" out of business by not buying their product. I am sure that no one, including the members of the "Sleaze Media", would not like to have their private lives exposed for everyone to know about. Lets start respecting EVERYONE'S privacy.

When we start doing this(I am not suggesting that this is the only answer) maybe then we can really show Princess Di how much we really cared for her, by carrying her torch into a better world. Then we would never again have to suffer the profound sense of loss & sadness as we did with Princess Di !

Farewell Princess Di,you will be very sadly missed by all!

Respectfully:M.C.Withers.

 

From: Katherine and Carl Reddersen <[email protected]>

Date: Sun, 7 Sep 1997 17:10:36 -0400

You will be very sadly missed, but will never be forgotten! Sincerely, Carl & Katherine Reddersen

 

Date: Mon, 8 Sep 1997 17:44:05 +0800

From: [email protected] (Josephine V. Victorino)

Subject: From the Philippines with love

I don't know how much sadness we felt after learning of the death of Princess Diana. We can't help but miss her after all she's inadvertently became part of our daily living. Her beautiful face often graced the newspapers in this country and at night she is a part of the daily news.

Even if we are too far to know her that well, just by looking at her, we knew that she is basically a good person. In this times of wars, crimes, and inhuman hatred, she is a cool breeze in a sweltering weather.

I don't have to eulogize her as her brother did that exceptionally well. About nine years ago, I've known the pain of loosing a parent and honestly, my heart goes to her two sons, who at a young age will bear the brunt of this senseless act. At such a young age, they came out pretty well and indeed they are proof that she did a good job of raising such fine young men. Here is hoping that our prayers will somehow help these two children get through these trying times. My family and countrymen will surely, sorely miss her.

Josephine V. Victorino

 

From: [email protected]

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 97 20:39:16 +0200 (MET)

Desde San Sebastin, Euskadi, mi respeto y sencilla admiracin hacia Diana y todo cuanto ha supuesto en estos aos y en los venideros. Mi condolencia a todos los que la quieren bien, ya que nunca ser olvidada.

San Sebastin

[email protected]

 

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 1997 18:53:43 +0200

From: pub00586 <[email protected]>

Subject: Princess Diana

You will never be forgotten.

Marnix Vandendriesche E-mail: [email protected]

 

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 23:56:09 -0500

From: "shelly" <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolences to Diana's family

I was greatly saddened by the news of Princess Diana's death. She touched the lives of many in a very special way and will greatly missed. I wish to send my sympathy and blessings to her family and close friends. May God be with you in your time of need and give you added strength throughout the coming days.

Michelle from Bermuda

 

From: Frank Lloyd <[email protected]>

Subject: God save the Quenn

Date: Sun, 7 Sep 1997 13:28:01 +0100

I think the family have behaved correctly in protecting the feelings of the children. After all said and done she was a person first a mother second and an Icon third (whatever that means). The coverage by the press and especially the TV has been disgusting. There should have been a news black out until the funeral. God bless her and the children should be very proud of her and hopefully continue in her footsteps if they choose too.

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 13:41:45 -0700

From: "W. Lagarde" <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolences

Certainly at such a time it is difficult to express how truly sorry I am to hear of the Princess' death. My heart goes out to her sons who now must be brave and face the world without their mother. Princess Diana has touched the lives of so many people around the world, even those who have never seen her in person. I was one of millions of young American teenaged women who stayed up into the wee hours of the morning to watch a fairytale wedding come true. I pray that God has taken her home swiftly and that He'll watch over William, Harry and all their relatives. My thoughts and prayers go out to Princess Diana's family in this their time of grief.

Sincerely, Saadia Lagarde, 5511 Cimarron Street, Los Angeles, California 90062, USA

 

Date: Sun, 7 Sep 1997 15:16:20 +0800

From: [email protected] (Edna R. Gonzales)

Subject: Condolences

To Princes William & Harry: I would like share with you this poem sent by a friend, hoping it will somehow lessen the burden of your grief:

KEEP BELIEVING IN YOURSELF AND YOUR SPECIAL DREAMS

There may be days when you get up in the morning

and things aren't the way you had hoped they would be.

That's when you have to tell yourself that things will get better.

There are times when people disappoint you and let you down.

But those are the times when you must remind yourself

To trust your own judgments and opinions,

To keep your life focused on believing in yourself

And all that you are capable of.

There will be challenges to face and changes to make in your life,

and it is up to you to accept them.

Constantly keep yourself headed in the right direction

For you it may not be easy at times but in those times of struggle

You will find a stronger sense of who you are,

And you will also see yourself developing into the person

You have always wanted to be.

LLife is a journey through time,

Filled with many choices; each of us will experience life

In our own special way.

 

So when the days come that are filled with frustration

And unexpected responsibilities,

Rremember to believe in yourself and all you want your life to be,

Because the challenges and changes will only help you to find

The dreams that you know are meant to come true for you.

- Deanna Beisser

Stand for something, or you'll fall for everything

Take care always. Sincerely, Edna R. Gonzales, Manila, Philippines

 

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 1997 00:38:03 -0400

From: Michael Mouatt <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolences

On behalf of my family, I would like to express our deepest sympathy in the loss of a great lady and humanbeing. Princess Diana will be greatly missed. Our hearts are also with Prince's William and Harry; though their hearts are heavy now, it will get better as time passes with lots of love, support and understanding from family and friends.

Andrea Mouatt & Family, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 21:08:30 -0700

From: Rebecca A Puls <"[email protected]"@phnx.uswest.net>

Subject: Condolences to Prince William and Prince Harry

The grief you are feeling will ease in time. The love that your mother had for the both of you and your love for her will never fade and that will provide you the strength to live on. She truly was an English Rose and The Queen of Hearts. You both were blessed to have had her and she will live on in your hearts.

May God bless you both, Rebecca Puls and Richard Puls, Diana Handshy and Edward Handshy, Mackenzie Brooks, Michael Handshy

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 21:53:46 -0700

From: Shanna <[email protected]>

Subject: Canadian condolences.

We here in Canada grieve the loss of our beloved princess, and hope that the young princes will accept our greatest condolences. Thou they have been forced to make mature decisions, at the worst time of their young lives, those decisions have proven to reflect the upringing and love of their mother. We hope that they as her sons, and you as a nation, will find solace in the heartfelt messages that have been pouring in.

From Canada: Our best wishes, and memories.

 

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 97 05:40:18 0200

From: [email protected]

you have been a great inspiration to many people - may you rest

in peace

 

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 23:13:56 -0400 (EDT)

From: [email protected]

Subject: Forever in or hearts!

I will never forget Princess Diana, for all the work, and kindness she performed here on this Earth, she was truly a remarkable human being, and will never be forgotten. She is now in heaven, smiling down on her two sons, and watching over them until the end of time!! GOD BLESS US ALL

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 17:58:05 -0700

Subject: Condolences from Cape Breton

I was very much saddened at the news of Princess Diana's death not just because of her dedication to numerous charities and her ability to bring awareness and understanding, of those less fortunate and in need of support, to the public, but because she was a wonderful mother and the world may someday get another princess or queen but Prince William and

Prince Harry will never get another mother.

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 14:44:40 -0700

From: [email protected] (Truman Nichols)

Subject: Princess Diana

We all seem to share in a grief that we can not understand, for a Princess we did not really know,however, we felt she was a part of all of our lives.It is as we have lost our hearts gravitation. We now seem to live in a world of little hope, a world where people do not seem to care about others, but she fought these forces and showed us all that there is but one path to happiness...and that path is through love. We love you still...our princess. May god be with her family and her two children. Maybe our princess would still be with us if she had the blood of steel running through her viens, that was expected her to have. I hope that others can see the out pour of love for her and let it blossom all over the world.

Sincerely, Angelia Nichols, Many, Louisiana

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 23:13:02 -0700

From: zidan zidan <[email protected]>

Subject: diana the gretest weman on the world

from zidan zidan and monder horani, israel

we want to send a flower to the wemen that were the prencess of the hearts all over the world and we are very sad . we liked her beacuse of the things that she did for the huomanety that many leaders can not do it. godbaye diana.

 

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 16:07:50 -0400 (EDT)

From: [email protected]

Subject: Princess Diana

My heart goes out to the family and friends of Princess Diana, especially William and Harry, and Dodi Fayed. The whole world misses you. You may be interested to know that at a high school football game last night in Portsmouth, Va, a large group of teenagers, myself included, talked only of you and the tragedy. I hope the Spencer family makes sure William and Harry still are allowed to have fun and to be real people. And to know that everyone cares. May Diana, Dodi, and the driver all rest in peace.

 

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 97 19:47:51 UT

From: "CLIVE GOODWIN" <[email protected]>

Subject: condolence

you will be so sadly missed by all the people for all the good work and joy you brought to every one who met you. we also thank you for bringing the royal family into the 20th century.

family goodwin swindon.

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 12:30:23 -0700

From: LEROY/PAM GOLDSTON <[email protected]>

Subject: A letter to Prince William

Dear Prince William, Although you may never know this letter exists, I still feel in my heart I must write to you. Even though we are two people with very different lives, I am aware of the terrible pain you feel. When I was 15 years old, I lost my mother to a drunk driver. Words can't even describe the pain. It has been 13 years since my mother's death and it is not easy to talk about it. Many people shared their thoughts with me as well as advice. The words didn't ease my pain or stop my tears. The advice didn't help since they had not experienced the pain of losing a mother at such an early age.

It is very hard to carry on and very natural to be filled with hate. My experience has thaught me many things that I would like to share with you, in hopes to help you in this time. The first thing I must say is that you must not let anyone remove or alter what your mother has instilled in you. Remember all of her beliefs, feelings and knowledge that she shared with you. Remember all the good times and put aside the sad. Never let others shed negative light on your mother's memory. No one knows your mother as well as you and your brother. There will be times that you will feel quilty for carrying on with your life, or for being happy, or for even laughing.

Don't feel this way, it's okay, your mother would want you to be happy. There will be times that you feel your mother is around you, don't be scared to feel this. You must believe that a part of your mother lives in you. As long as you remember this, she will always live. Your mother touched many lives in this world that she never even met, including mine. I learned about your mother when I was 12 years old. Three years later I lost my mother. I always looked towards your mother as a role model. In so many ways she reminded me of my own mother. I guess it was the ability she had to overcome situations in life. I admired the way your mother remained standing no matter what she had been through, with such a beautiful smile on her face. When I had heard of her death I felt the pain of losing a loved one all over again. This week has been hard for me. I feel a bond with your mother, you and

Henry that I can't expalin or understand. I wish I could take the pain away from you and your brother. I don't have a lot of power in this world of ours. What power I do have, I will use to help you and your brother live a private life. I will do this for you, Henry, and as a

tribute for your mother, The Queen of my Heart.

A loving friend, Pam

P.S. Try to hold your head high for you have so very much to be proud

of.

 

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 21:58:44 -0700

From: P Rasmussen <[email protected]>

To the children and family. My family and I want to express our sad fealings that the beloved princess Diana, Princess of Wales has now passed away and we hope she rest in peace. DIANA PRINCESS OF THE WOLDE. FROM PAULINA Rasmussen, 9 YEARS, Cambridge

 

Date: Mon, 08 Sep 1997 23:02:52 +1000

From: Peta Breadman <[email protected]>

Subject: The world will miss you...

Diana... You had a spirit that inspired the world. You gave your heart to others and showed how much you cared. Your sons are a credit to you, they will always be known as Diana's sons William and Harry.

The entire world mourns. I don't know what it will be like without you around. You had compassion and showed determination in all you did. You gave us so much and we took it for granted. Only now, do we appreciate all that you've done. We will never forget you...The Queen of People's Hearts forever...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Goodnight, sweet Princess. Rest in peace.


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