Growing up in rural Norfolk, Diana Spencer lived a privileged but remote childhood. A mutual desire for love and affection brings her and Prince Charles together, but Diana has little idea of what media scrutiny she will endure.
Great Britain is captivated by the Royal Wedding, and the birth of Diana and Charles' son, William, secures the line of succession to the British throne. However, Diana begins to face struggles as a new member of the Royal Family.
Princess Diana takes the world by storm on her first international tour and "Di-Mania" is born. But her increasing popularity creates tensions and jealousy between her and husband Prince Charles.
Great Britain is shocked to discover the truth behind the fairytale marriage of Charles and Diana - but come out to fully support a Princess they love.
Diana's explosive BBC television interview stuns the nation and divorce from Prince Charles soon follows. Liberated from her marriage, yet isolated and alone, Diana uses her star power to support humanitarian causes close to her heart.
The world wakes to news of Diana's death with a global outpouring of grief and love for the woman who became the "People's Princess." A generation later, Diana's sons William and Harry continue her legacy with their own charitable causes.
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