Diana was emotional, fragile, needy, anorexic, bulimic; Charles came from the stiff-upper-lip school of interpersonal relations and had a longtime (married) girlfriend, Camilla Parker-Bowles. They died together in a high-speed chase in Paris, fleeing from paparazzi pursuing them in cars and motorcycles after a date.
Britain went into deep shock, wondering aloud whether it had helped cause Diana’s death by not appreciating her enough in life.
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She lives on in her sons, William and Harry, who have talked in recent years about her effect on them.
William’s wife, Kate, a future queen of England — this would take some time, because both Elizabeth and Charles, the current heir, would have to die before William inherits the throne — wears the massive sapphire and diamond engagement ring that Charles gave to Diana, and that William in turn gave to her. Mc Candless’s life and discovered a complicated, compelling story. Mc Candless’s travels and lonely death in “Into the Wild” (1996), a national best-seller that has since sold millions of copies in the United States.
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Many others, especially native Alaskans, have argued that he must have been mentally ill, suicidal or hubristic, and that it was irresponsible for Mr. “I think for him to leave in that extreme way, to go without telling anyone where he was — I do hold them accountable for his disappearance, but not for his death.” Walt and Billie Mc Candless said they did not want to comment on the memoir.“He was always an adventuresome, pretty self-contained individual,” Walt Mc Candless said in an interview. Mc Candless’s sister Carine published “The Wild Truth,” a memoir that depicted a physically abusive, chaotic childhood that both siblings were forced to conceal.“And it’s important to realize that the trip he didn’t come back from wasn’t his first adventure.” Some readers see Mr. “Chris made his choices, and he accepted accountability,” Ms. But she said she does feel her parents should accept some blame.Althorp, her childhood home, was a stately, drafty pile, crammed with priceless works of art.Her childhood was privileged but lonely — her parents had a terrible divorce — and her education indifferent.