“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.”


Diana, Princess of Wales 1961 - 1997
Born into English aristocracy she married Prince Charles at twenty years. She supported charities outside the traditional role of princess; including embracing homeless youth, drug addicts and those afflicted with leprosy and AIDS. She was also known for her commitment to kids serving as the President of the Great Ormond Hospital. Post-divorce she publicly discussed her battle with bulimia, encouraging others to seek treatment. Before her death she was an outspoken supporter of banning landmines, a campaign that won the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize. The mother of William and Harry, she died in a Paris car crash which caused international mourning. She was known as the “Most photographed woman in the world” and “the People’s Princess.”