Diana’s personality is reflected in her most memorable phrases and although she is no longer present, her example and her words they are still in force.
Lady Di went so far as to say that she did not have a very happy childhood but as an adult she tried to give all the love she did not have as a child, to her own but also to strangers alike.
Princess Diana Quotes
Everyone remembers Diana of Wales demonstrating in public how much she loved her sons, William and Harry. They also remember her embracing the sick and the homeless. But she will also be remembered for her inspiring phrases. He was always there to serve others. For something they called her “The People’s Princess”.
His simplicity and his big heart are reflected in the following sentences he uttered in life.
“Carry out an act of kindness randomly, without any expectation of reward, with the certainty that one day someone could do the same for you”.
“Nothing brings me more happiness than trying to help the most vulnerable people in society”.
“I would like to be a queen in people’s hearts, but I don’t see myself being the queen of this country”.
“I think the biggest disease in the world today is from people who don’t feel loved. I know I can give love for a minute, half an hour, a day, a month, but I can give it and I’m very happy to do it. That’s what I want to do”.
“I don’t want expensive gifts. I don’t want to buy anything. I have everything I want. I just want someone to be there for me, to feel safe and secure”.
“Each of us has to prove how much we can care about others and, in the process, take care of ourselves”.
“Family is the most important thing in the world”.
Princess Diana with her children. Photo. Archive.
“The biggest problem in the world today is intolerance”.
“You have to let yourself be guided by the heart, not just the head”.
“Hugs can do a lot of good, especially in children”.
“I like to be a free spirit. Some don’t like that, but that’s who I am”.
“I always felt different, I felt like I was in the wrong place”.
“I live for my children, I would be lost without them”.