5 books about Diana, the people's princess

Here are five books that offer insight into the life of Diana, the Princess of Wales best remembered as "the people's princess."

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2. "Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words," by Andrew Morton

A compilation of quotes and personal recollections, "Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words" is probably the closest you'll get to a book written by Diana herself.  Using Diana's own words, Morton examines, in detail, her childhood and the story of Diana's growing-up years. Here you will find stories of Diana's years at school and personal memories, including how Diana and her siblings felt about their childhood and their parent's divorce. 

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