British royalty Princess Diana Spencer was born on July 1, 1961, near Sandringham, England. Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most adored members of the British royal family. Princess Diana had a profound effect on the world and that effect continues on today. She was willing to stand up for what she believed, do so proudly, and many women looked to her as a strong example of leadership. Diana learned from her struggles, applied what she learned from them, and this allowed her to be an influential presence and a comfort to those in need. Here are 9 interesting facts about princess.
#1. Diana was homeschooled until age 9
Diana was not a particularly bright student. She was educated at home till the age of 9, went to boarding school Riddlesworth Hall in Norfolk (age 9-12), and to the exclusive West Health Girls’ School in Kent (age 12-16), where she was regarded as a poor student. She failed all of her O-levels twice and later dropped out at the age of 16. She would pack her bags and try Institut Alpin Videmanette, a finishing school in Switzerland, but also quit after a term. It was about this time when she first met Prince Charles, who was at that time dating her eldest sister, Lady Sarah.