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    Diana, Princess of Wales

    Diana, Princess of Wales, who has died aged 36, exemplified in her life the crisis in which the Royal Family, and ultimately the monarchy itself, has found itself in the past two decades.

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    12:01PM BST 31 Aug 1997

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