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Princess Diana Quotes About Motherhood That Still Warm Our Hearts


Princess Diana remains one of the most respected famous women in modern history, even 20 years after her untimely death. And these Princess Diana quotes about motherhood are only part of the reason why the royal is still so beloved today.

Wise beyond her years, Princess Diana was more than happy to share her insights on her life’s work and passions, which included helping the world’s sickest and most vulnerable people, as well as showing simple acts of kindness to as many folks as possible. One of the most beautiful things about her was that her actions actually matched her words. That’s why it’s hard to forget Princess Diana quotes like, “I think the biggest disease the world suffers from in this day and age is the disease of people feeling unloved.” Keeping in mind her steadfast goodwill toward fellow human beings, her words hold a special type of power. It’s little wonder why she became known as the “People’s Princess.”

Princess Diana and Family

But one look at these amazing Princess Diana quotes about motherhood and you just might feel the urge to call her the “Mothers’ Princess,” too. Princess Diana proved herself time and time again to be a wonderful mom to her sons Prince William and Prince Harry. Despite her turbulent marriage to Prince Charles and the stress of the paparazzi following her every move before and after their divorce, Princess Diana’s deep devotion and dedication to her young boys never wavered for a minute. And much like she was eager to share her passion for helping others, she was thrilled to share her love for her children—and the lessons she taught them along the way.

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See for yourself in these beautiful Princess Diana quotes about motherhood in the video below.

Video credit: Heather Thompson

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