You can’t blame young celebrities for taking a look at what happened to Princess Diana, or the ghoulish scrums around Amy Winehouse, or Frank Bruno’s breakdown, and coming to the conclusion that there must be a less miserable way to be rich and famous.
Most people will remember *that wedding dress from July 1981.
Princess Diana’s gown - and that 7.5 metre-long train - is going on display for the first time in 25 years at Kensington Palace, with permission from William and Harry.
Pablo Larraín and Kristen Stewart's Princess Diana drama #Spencer features music by Jonny Greenwood, costumes by "Little Women" Oscar winner Jacqueline Durran, and production design by "Inception" Oscar nominee Guy Hendrix Dyas. More details here: https://t.co/1hE3ov3KNN
"I don’t want to just play Diana — I want to know her implicitly." Kristen Stewart on becoming Princess Diana for Pablo Larraín's SPENCER. A round-up of every detail and everything Stewart, Larraín, and company have teased about the biographical drama: https://t.co/CgGT72mozxhttps://t.co/Jc0Zjs6AVk
1991: Princess Diana said you could hug someone with #HIV without risk.
It needed to be said.
Now: You can have sex, with or without condoms, with someone who has HIV and is on treatment, without risk of HIV.
This needs to be understood.
HIV has changed. Tell everyone. https://t.co/J3u2rrpGrT
This week at @unherd I wrote about all the nice people: Prince Harry, Princess Diana, Tony Blair, Meghan Markle, Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, Jacinda Ardern, and the Popular Girls at school. Enjoy https://t.co/95VEfztN6i
@VietKaizer@womanofaaron Tu connais que dalle au cas, vaut mieux la fermer :)
C'était contre le Sun, donc une affaire de liberté de la presse. Le Sun, tu sais... Le monstrueux tabloid tellement protégé qu'ils ont détruit et tué Princess Diana...
Tellement féministe de les défendre... Oh wait.