There was going to come a time that I would have to talk about Princess Diana. The royals are having another baby and at this point I'm surprised Harry hasn't come out with a secret love child. Everyone loved Diana or at the very least everyone now loves Princess Diana. She was the people's princess after all.
My mother really liked her and she's always been my style icon. I always wanted to be like Princess Diana. I'm not sure how I quite got that into my head. She passed away in the car accident a year after I was born, but she embodied what I wanted to be. She is poise and dignity. Both of which I am not, but she is the standard I try to live by and fail at meeting every day.
Of course in her lifetime she was a fashion icon. Not at the beginning, though. That might really have been what endeared her to us, she was so charmingly not royal. She dressed plain and college school girl cute. It took some time, but slowly she started killing it all the time.
I don't want Charles to be king. Let's just skip over him and hand the crown over to William and Kate. This could be a whole noir King Edward, Wallis Simpson abdication and I would be here for it, because nobody likes you sir.
While, Camilla and Charles were having the affair, you know everyone said that Princess Diana and that horse trainer guy, James Hewitt were going at it. This was a nasty and tawdry little thing that was going down.
If you are sitting there right now telling me you did not look up Prince Harry participating in copious amounts of high octane sex, you are so full of shit, I didn't even internet at the time, and I made it a point of seeing those pictures.
No matter which you father you take, though, the good genes that these boys have are from Princess Diana. I obviously didn't know her, but there's this part of me that wishes she was still here. This dull aching. She was fantastic and not just because Lady Gaga has a song about her (if you just asked your question of which one, you are a true Gaga fan). Princess Diana is what royalty was supposed to be and people still miss her. We would all be that lucky to be remembered that way.