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Princess Diana: a life in pictures

She meant so many things to so many different people: a style icon, mother and devoted humanitarian. She worked tirelessly for charity raising vital funds and awareness of issues such as the campaign to ban landmines, as well as extensive work with children's charities. Here Stylist looks back on the life of Diana, from her early childhood, through her royal years until her tragic death in August 1997.

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(Picture credits: Rex Features & Getty Images)

Words by Dipal Acharya

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