If she were alive, Diana, the Princess of Wales, would be 58 years old today. Although her life came to a tragic end in 1997, we are fortunate that many parts of her life, especially as a member of the British royal family, were recorded in the film.
Watch 10 iconic photos of Princess Diana and get to know the stories behind them.
. 1 With Two Children at a 1980 London School
Then Lady Diana Spencer, the future princess, stood with two children at the Young England Kindergarten School, where she worked as an assistant – it was her first job – on September 17, 1980.  The 19-year-old Diana was with Prince Charles and posed politely for some photos in a nearby park when photographer Arthur Edwards asked about it.
What made the photo an icon was that the sun lit it from behind and flaunted Diana's legs.
"I did not do it on purpose, I promise, I did not do it to embarrass her, but it was such a good picture that you could not publish it," Edwards later said Image:
"Not everyone believes that, but it is the truth of the gospel – half way out, the sun came out and revealed those beautiful legs," Edwards added.
2. Prince Charles and Princess Diana's balcony kiss after her wedding
In January 1997, Princess Diana passed through an active minefield in Huambo, Angola, to promote her message on behalf of the HALO Trust, a charity she campaigned for  Their actions highlighted the dangers of landmines that were banned in the same year by Diana's walk.
"I'm not a political person As I said at the time and would like to repeat, my interests are humanitarian. That's why I was drawn to this human tragedy, "said Princess Diana in June 1997 about her trip. "How can countries that manufacture and trade these weapons reconcile their conscience with such human devastation?"
10th Mother Teresa and Princess Diana hold hands
Mother Teresa and Princess Diana met on June 18, 1997 and created one of the most famous photographs of the People's Princess.
According to her former butler Paul Burrell, the princess tried to see Mother Teresa in February 1992, but she had fallen ill. Instead, Diana visited Mother Teresa's home in India, which moved her.
At a later date, Diana Burrell shared a note she wrote about the experience. It said, "Today, something very profound touched my life – I went to Mother Teresa in Calcutta and found the direction I was in. Searching for all those years," Express said.