By: brett
Princess Diana In a changing world like ours today there is many uncertainties. There is one thing we are sure about, that’s our own pass. When you look back at your life are you gonna see yourself as a leader or a follower? There is one woman from the last century, one that sticks out, to have been a leader for us. With the dawn of a new millenium upon us we need more women like Princess Diana to step up and become leaders in this changing world. Born July 1, 1961 near Sandringham, Norfolk. She was not born into poverty or had a rough life growing up. Her case was far from rags to riches story, like many want to believe. She was raised to be a good person, not having to rise above adversity. As a young girl she received her studies while she attended preparatory school in Riddlesworth Hall, in Diss, Norfolk. This is where she got basically what we get at our elementary schools. Around the age 13 in 1974 she went as a boarder to West Heath, in Sevenoaks, Kent. While studying there she showed talent as a musician, for playing the piano, dancing and domestic science. She was also once awarded for the girl giving maximum help to the school and her school fellows. In 1977 she left West Heath and went to finishing school at the Institute Alpin Videmanette in Rougemont, Switzerland. After the Easter term in 1978 she left the school when she moved to Coleherne. There she watched after a child for an American couple, while she began her job as a kindergarten teacher at the Young England school in Pimlice, London. Like most teachers she didn’t have a lot of spare time on her hands, but when she got the chance for a break her and her three roommates would go skiing. A sport Diana loved very much and tried to enjoy as often as possible.
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