Diana was born with the title "The Honourable Diana Frances Spencer" as her father was an Earl, making her Lady Diana until she married Prince Charles

Diana was just 16 years old when she first met Prince Charles, who was 12 years her senior

Diana had a passion for ballet dancing and was offered a place at the Royal Ballet School but had to decline due to her height

The iconic blue velvet gown worn by Diana when she danced with John Travolta at the White House was actually made by a British designer named Victor Edelstein

Diana was known for her love of classical music, and her favorite piece was reportedly Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2

Diana's engagement ring was actually not custom-made for her, but rather a catalog item that Prince Charles purchased from the jeweler Garrard

Diana was once photographed sitting on the edge of the diving board at the Buckingham Palace pool, wearing just a bathing suit and a towel wrapped around her head

Diana was known for her fashion sense and became a style icon, often choosing bold and daring outfits for her public appearances

Diana was passionate about helping children and worked closely with charities that focused on child welfare, including Great Ormond Street Hospital

Diana's ancestral home, Althorp House, has been the final resting place of the Princess since her death in 1997