Princess Diana was handpicked as one of the most powerful women to ever walk the planet in the women empowerment/self-help book 7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire. As you can see from the book cover, the late great princess is in good company with former First Lady Michelle Obama and Florence Delorez “Flo-Jo” Griffith Joyner to name a couple. National Geographic also deemed it necessary to honor her legacy by creating a documentary about her: “Diana: In Her Words.”
Princess Diana didn’t wait until she had money and power to help others. She started working with children at the age of nineteen and became a teacher’s assistant at Young England Nursery. She came back to her natural roots in an even bigger way toward the last years of her life. Once she found her purpose, she continued raising her two boys, Prince William and Prince Harry, and dove whole-heartedly into a tremendous amount of charity work. It was said that Princess Diana knew every detail of the charities she supported, and she impressed people by remembering their names. It was not a regular royal visit with flowers, red carpet, and regal waves. She was different — her approach and care were genuine. She never did anything just to look good for the cameras.
Princess Diana truly had a “Queen’s Heart!” She accomplished extraordinary things with her power. Lady Di, as some would call her, supported more than one hundred charities (both physically and financially), including the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, which won the Nobel Peace Prize. When the picture of the princess holding an amputee child from Angola surfaced, it gave her charity work international exposure. A picture is worth a thousand words, but Princess Diana’s photo with the children was worth a thousand news articles!
Furthermore, this is the reason why Princess Diana was handpicked for the HOTTEST book in the country, and possibly the world, 7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire. National Geographic will host the “Diana: In Her Own Words” documentary series on Monday, August 14th 9/8c. Princess Diana was the most photographed person in the world. She was a brilliant fashion diva, trendsetter, and a true servant at heart, as a true queen – she just loved helping people; Princess Di made it her business to assist those in need with her vision and impoverished people she never met before, but they all knew who she was. Being a queen isn’t about having a crown on your head, but the true crown of a queen, goddess is the one that is on your heart.
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Article written by me: King Kevin Dorival, a mentor, power speaker, chess coach, and author of two books, 7 Types of Queens Kings Desire (relationship goals/self-help and Courage To Believe (inspirational autobiography). I’ll be in London for the Kings & Queens Book Tour/London! Email me – firstname.lastname@example.org! I’d LOVE to hear your thoughts on this article, and if you’re interested in becoming a sponsor for the international book tour, visit the sponsorship page.