1 x 90 / August 2021

Marking what would have been Diana, Princess of Wales’ 60th birthday, this film re-examines the life and legacy of one of the greatest icons the world has ever known.

She was the Pimlico nursery assistant who became a Princess. Her wedding was viewed by 750 million people worldwide; an estimated 2.5 billion watched her funeral. How did an unknown, shy teenager become one of the most photographed and famous people in the world?

Telling her life story in one film, from a 20-year-old bride to global superstar, tabloid darling to Humanitarian, and eventually the most mourned person in history, Diana is the story of a woman, wife and mother searching for her identity and finding her voice.

It has been almost a quarter of a century since Diana died, and yet the fascination surrounding the People’s Princess has only increased. She still makes headlines and captivates the world. Drawing on a rich tapestry of rare archive and exclusive interviews from the people who knew the Princess best, this landmark film explores just who Diana was and the events that shaped her.



★★★★ “Diana’s cousin, Diana Macfarlane, was a coup for the programme, giving her first interview” – DAILY MAIL

★★★★ “An authentic peek” “Showing the human behind the mega-star” – THE TIMES


“Marking what would have been Princess Diana’s 60th birthday, this feature-length film, delves deep into the archives to tell the story of Diana’s path from Pimlico nursery assistant to princess” – THE GUARDIAN

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