On the 19th anniversary of her death, here are some of the most iconic photos of Princess Diana

If you can believe it, it’s been 19 years since Princess Diana died in a car crash.

She won hearts worldwide, with many commemorating the anniversary of her death on Twitter and across social media.

Here we show you some of the most iconic photos of the late princess.

Diana Spencer in the summer of 1970.

Prince Charles arrives with his fiancée Diana Spencer at the Goldsmith’s Hall in London for their first royal engagement together.

Diana at the Royal Academy of Arts, where she attended a soiree with Charles.

Diana becoming the Princess of Wales on her wedding day, though the marriage would ultimately fail.

Diana wears the Spencer family tiara while attending a state dinner in Canada.

Diana wears a black lace veil during an audience with the Pope.

Diana takes Prince William to his first day at school.

Diana gives a speech to an eating disorders conference in London in 1993.

Diana supported charities her whole life – here she cuddles one of the many babies at the Kikolo health post in Angola.

Diana visits Leicester to formally open The Richard Attenborough Centre for Disability and Arts.

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