Princess Diana told Red Cross chair she ‘wished she had her job’, unseen diary tells


    In a never-before-seen diary entry, dated July 30, 1985, Ms Nichol wrote of Diana’s kindness towards the children.

    The diary, shared by The Daily Mail, read: “[The Princess] was charming. She has so much compassion for the children.

    “She spoke to every one of them and got right down on the ground to look at a collage and to speak to the little ones.

    “It rained, but that didn’t seem to matter.

    “She asked me how I got away with not wearing a hat. She hates hers. She wanted to know how to raise the money for the holiday. She had certainly done her homework.”

    The discovery of the never-before-seen diary comes ahead of a Princess Diana statue unveiling today on what would have been her 60th birthday.

    The statue will be unveiled by her two sons, Prince Harry and Prince WIlliam, to honour their late mother’s “life and legacy”.

    Princess Diana was a renowned philanthropist during her life.

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    “She told me she wishes she had my job. It truly was a marvellous day.”

    She added: “We were so fortunate to have had her involved with our work before she sadly passed away.”


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