Friday, April 29, 2011
As I have a new found obsession with the idea of royality *cough, cough I wouldn't know why.. I stumbled upon this today, a riveting interview with Princess Diana in 1995 by Martin Bushir. This is the 4th segment out of many and this one especially strikes me the hardest, she is such a strong and agile woman. Many quotes and statements here that are literally going to stick to my mind like glue (which i have captured for you to read and view her emotion as she states) for a very long time.. And then, many more statements here that help me totally understand the entity of her being. She is and always will be HRH Princess Diana the Queen of hearts. Pure elegance..
"I was a seperated wife of the Prince of Wales, I was a problem full stop, never happened before what do we do with her?
She wont go quitely, thats the problem. I'll fight till the end, because I believe that I have a role to fufill
and I got two children to bring up"
"I'm a great believer that you should always confuse the enemy"
"I went to the school and put it, to William, particularly.
That if you find someone you love in life, you must hang on to it
and look after it. And you are very lucky to find so.
If you were lucky enough to find someone who loves you,
than you must protect it"
"I'd like to be a queen of people hearts, but I dont see myself being queen of this country
I dont think many people would want me to be queen actually, when I say many people
I mean the establishment that I'm married into because they have decided that I'm an on-starter.
Because I do things differently. Because I don't go by a rule book.
Because, I lead from the heart not the head and I'll be it
thats got me into trouble in my work I understand that.
But someone's got to go out there and love people and show it."
at 16 seconds
"I think every strong women in history has had to walk down a similar path.
Its the strength that causes the confusion and the fear.
Why is she strong? Where does she get it from? Where is she taking it?
Where is she going to use it? Why do the public still support her?"