Condolences #501 - #600
9/7/97 - 9/8/97
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USA
From Maribel Oliver [maribel-oliver@usa.net] on September 8, 1997:

Siempre te recordaremos con mucho cariño por tu lealtad y honestidad hacia
todas las personas del mundo entero. Gracias por seguir el mandamiento que
Dios dijo ama al projimo como a ti mismo.

Hasta luego.

USA
From Dottie Bezdek [db7otry@moa.net] on September 8, 1997:

I wish I could say she was my best friend like some people can. I wish I had met her like some have. I begged my daughter in Chicago to try to take a picture of her when she visited but was unsuccessful. Oh well, our paths were not destined to cross except through TV and magazines. I am glad I can remember her as she was before her death, alive and smiling with her blue eyes sparkling. I miss her terribly; more than I can possibly say. Please, Prince William, keep your memory of her alive and it will help you find a Princess who can fill her shoes and the empty hole in mine and many others' hearts. I know it will be a heavy burden to bare. My thoughts are with you and Prince Harry.

USA
From monique orthober [Ort11@ Aol. com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear William and Harry,
I have always admired your mother and hearing about her death i couldn't help,but cry. i can't imagine what you are going through. The world loves both of you. I was special touched by the card that you wrote Harry that simply read "Mummy." I'm 14 years old and i will never forget your mother.

With all my love,
Monique orthober

USA
From Sadie Bellinger [icebabe26@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

First of all I would like to give my deepest sympathay to Prince William and Prince Henry. I would like to say I'm so sorry for those who were close to Princces Diana. We will miss her very much. It just dose not seem the same without her in this world!! We LOVE you Diana we MISS YOU!!!

USA
From Cheri Jennings [cheri@crane.toledolink.com] on September 8, 1997:

Diana,
The world could not possibly be the same
without your beauty and love. You will be missed forever.
With Love,
Cheri Jennings

USA
From Frances A. Fisher [8Cassia@msn.com] on September 8, 1997:

May Diana watch and keep all of Britain safe. God Bless

USA
From Kathleen Lacey [jklacey@globalsite.net] on September 8, 1997:

Dear William and Harry,
I greatly admired your mother. I've always considered her a role modle for myself. The spirit of God shown through her life in a tremendous way. I will miss her. My prayers are with you and your family.

May God bless you both
Kathleen

PUERTO RICO
From Maribel Oliver [MARIBELO@USA.NET] on September 8, 1997:

WE ALWAYS LOVE YOU ON OUR LITTLE ISLAND PUERTO RICO. WE REMEMBER YOU WITH REAL LOVE. GOD BLESS YOU.

u.s.a.
From sara and robert kohn [rkohn@bellatlantic.net] on September 8, 1997:

to princes william and harry

our sympathy is with you on the loss of your mother. keep remembering what she taught you and stay in touch with the people who need help and love. god be with you in the years ahead.

Canada
From Luc Bourgeois [misty@nbnet.nb.ca] on September 8, 1997:

I send all my prayers of peace upon you. May God bless you with the love she gave to the world.
Diana, vous êtes une sainte dans mon coeur. Demeure en paix dans les bras de Dieux.

PENNSYLVANIA USA
From FRED WALTERS [FWALTERS@LUZERNE.EDU] on September 8, 1997:

SO MANY CONDOLENCES HAVE BEEN SENT, SO MANY TRIBUTES GIVEN, YET EACH NEW ONE, I HOPE, WILL REAFFIRM EVER MORE STRONGLY OUR RESPECT, ADMIRATION, AND LOVE FOR DIANA - NEITHER HER DEEDS OR PERSON WILL EVER BE FORGOTTEN.

Canada
From Shannon [gracs5@planet.eon.net] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Princes William and Harry,
I'm your age, and I just wanted to let you know my thoughts and prayers are with you!
God Bless and Take Care
Shannon

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
From Mr. & Mrs. Alex Lawson [shannita@bellatlantic.net] on September 8, 1997:

She not gone , just asleep. She lives in the world beyond ours and is making a place so when its your time and you arrive there she'll embrace you in her loving arms. She's an angel always with you no matter where you go or what you do. Make her proud be the best just like she was.

USA
From Carmen Polek [Carmen_Polek@NorwalkFurniture.com] on September 8, 1997:

Diana,

Mother, Humanitarian, and Friend, you are sorely missed by all who loved you, knew you and by those of us who knew you from afar. May you rest in God's peace.

USA
From Christine Tedjopranoto [ctedjopranoto@mediaone.com] on September 8, 1997:

I cried a lot when I heard the sad news that you have passed away. My heart goes out to your two boys. I will pray for them always, and may God give them strength to carry your goodwill in this world.

America
From Jorge Ochoa Jr. [nportal@juno.com] on September 8, 1997:

I send my deepest sympathies to the
royal family. It is a tragedy that
should have been avoided. My heart
especially goes out to William and Harry
over the loss of their mother. I will
never forget Diana and the good that she
has done for all the unfortunate people
of the world. I only wish that I had
a chance to meet her. She is a true
hero.

USA
From Jessica Haley [blhaley@pawneenet.com] on September 8, 1997:

I was very sadden about the death of Princess Diana. When I heard on the news that she had died I was shocked. I hated how the media made Princess Diana look like she was a bad person. I'm only 13 yrs., and I know all the good she had done. I often ask myself and others "Why? Why her?" and "Why do all the good people have to die?" I have made a scrapbook of of newspapers articles to remember her by. I know that I will always miss her even though I never met her. It seems like I have met her in my heart. I hope Prince William and Prince Harry take the time to just sit and weep. I also hope the paparazzi are charge. I still can't believe she is gone, and I will always be sadden by her death.

MANAGUA, NICARAGUA., C.A.
From ROBERTO DOÑA [roberto.montes@est.unica.edu.ni] on September 8, 1997:

ES DIFICIL DECIR LA TRISTEZA QUE UNO SIENTE AL PERDER UN SER QUERIDO, REALMENE NUNCA CONOCI A LA PRINCESA DIANA, PERO SIEMPRE LA ADMIRE COMO UNA BELLA MUJER DIGNA DE SEGUIR SU EJEMPLO, LO UNICO QUE LES PUEDO DECIR A LOS PRINCIPES WILLIAM Y HARRY ES QUE SIGAN EL EJEMPLO DE SU MADRE PARA QUE SEAN LOS PRINCIPES DEL PUEBLO.

u.s.a.
From Sarah Mae [sarahmae@shore.intercom.net] on September 8, 1997:

My deepest of sympathies to the family and friends of Princess Diana. It was a great shock to me as well as my country. She will be missed by the entire world as well as never forgotten as a role model to many people. Her caring and love will always be appreciated by all. Love to Princess Di and the family.

USA
From Brett Bailey [brett@cp-tel.net] on September 8, 1997:

I am trully sad about the tragedy
regarding Princess Diana....I am here
to offer my condolences to the family of Princess Diana..especially William and Harry.....I am 19yrs old..and can only imagine the grief that the two young men are going through.

William....one day you will be the King
of our Hearts!

If you ever want to talk...you have my e-mail..... brett@cp-tel.net

USA
From Corie L. Moreno-Hopkins [corieh@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

It is a great tragedy for children to lose their mother. Yet I hope your beautiful mother's example is not lost on either of you in your grief. She not only influenced a nation but the world with her love & compassion for all. My sympathies to both of you, William & Harry and all who knew and loved her--God Bless and give you peace.

USA
From Ruth Shepard on September 8, 1997:

To the sons and family of Princess Diana I send My deepest Sympathies and Love.

USA
From Corie L. Moreno-Hopkins [corieh@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

It is a great tragedy for children to lose their mother. Yet I hope your beautiful mother's example is not lost on either of you in your grief. She not only influenced a nation but the world with her love & compassion for all. My sympathies to both of your Royal Highnesses and all who knew and loved her--God Bless and give you peace.

USA
From Mary Chesnut on September 8, 1997:

To the sons of Princess Diana I Send my Love and Sympathies.

USA
From Rita Ruffuse on September 8, 1997:

I Send My Love and Sympathies to the sons of Princess Diana.

USA
From Tim White [twhite@skognet.com] on September 8, 1997:

We saw your mother, a pretty young lady, marry your father, a well known heir to one of the few thrones left, a remnant of eras we only read about. She was the fairy princess of the twentieth century. She didn't ask for that status probably never realized what it would mean at only an age a bit older than you. Somehow we felt like we knew her and we loved her but she wasn't our mother so we'll never know the dfficulty of your loss. We can only tell you that she will be watching you as you grow in wisdom and grace and we will be hoping and praying that you somehow blend the richness of your heritage as your uncle pledged himself to support. You are the last of the royalty in a world that needs people of principle and dedicaton in positions of leadership. You must be those leaders yet retain the spirit and vivacity of your mother. She was a thoroughly modern princess and will be in our minds forever. You have a countryman who expressed it well. "To An Athlete Dying Young says it well. She never wore her honors out.

USA
From Michelle Smallwood [mas@HiWAAY.net] on September 8, 1997:

To all the family of Princess Diana but especially Prince William and Prince Harry

My deepest condolences on the loss of your mother she was loved by everyone who knew anything about her, I was never a royal watcher but I did admire Diana for all of her work as the rest of the world did. May God give you strength and comfort in your time of need. And always remember you and in the prayers of millions of people.

sincerely yours,
Michelle Smallwood
USA

USA San Jose, CA
From Susan L. Miller [smiller@QuintelCorp.Com] on September 8, 1997:

Prince William and Harry, You will be in my prayers daily. Look to the Lord for strenghth in your greastest hours
of need now, he will give you peace.
Know that your mom is watching over you in heaven at all times. She is now an angel!

United States
From Caroline Clawson [cherie-123@msn.com] on September 8, 1997:

I never knew how deeply she affected my life until I contemplated how empty I would feel without her example. Diana was always someone to look up to, and she was human. She left beautiful sons, and I wish to give them my best regards in this mournful time.

USA
From Taizoon H. Hakimuddin [Mumbai52@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Princes William & Harry,
My wife and I are deeply saddened by the loss of the Princess of Wales. We wish you a happy and fulfilling life and heartily support you in your future endevours.

USA
From Ken Cascio [ken@ameri-com.com] on September 8, 1997:

I send my condolences to Diana's family

America
From Kathy Edwards [Ruterkn@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

Diana,
You weren't treated very well while you were among us, but you kept on going and trying to do good for other's. You were the target of cruel remarks and words that cut you to the quick, but you went forward to help anyone that needed you. I have nothing but admiration for a person that sees pain and tries to heal it. Sees emptiness and tries to fill it. Who sees a wound and doesn't shy away from it, but say's it's all right, you're not alone now.
I will never forget you or the work you did for the poor and the lonely. We will miss you. God bless you Princess.

United States
From Chrissy on September 8, 1997:

The Princess is the best role model. I have always looked forward to seeing her interviews in the news. She is a wonderful person and she will always be in my heart and mind.

USA
From Al Steffens [comic1@alltel.net] on September 8, 1997:

My wife and I send our sympathy to the family of Princess Diana. May her memory live on in all of us. I believe the world is a little sader now with her gone. Like Elton John song said...."your candel blew out long before your lengend ever will....." Good bye sweet princess!!!

U.S.A
From Jasmine Vonhof [1_am_some1@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

I am sorry You had to go through such pain!!
Diana was a great person!!

Canada
From Himalaya Rana [HRana@netcom.ca] on September 8, 1997:

Prince William and Prince Harry:

With deepest sympathy upon the loss of your mother. My prayers are with you both. May God grant you great strength at this difficult time. Your mom was a wonderful and kind person and gave her love and help generously to the people who needed love and kindness.

God Bless.

Himalaya Rana


USA
From Alan Vause [vause@pacbell.net] on September 8, 1997:

Goodbye Diana,

Thanks for the memories.

USA
From MR James S. Turano Jr. [ra.turano@ edgenet.net] on September 8, 1997:

SO VERY SORRY about your mother ...
She was a great person ...I NEVER MET HER
WISH ICOULD HAVE... JIM....

USA
From Tim White [twhite@skognet.com] on September 8, 1997:

We saw your mother, a pretty young lady, marry your father, a well known her to one of the few thrones left, a remnant of eras we only read about. She was the fairy princess of the twentieth century. She didn't ask for that status probably never realized what it would mean at only an age a bit older than you. Somehow we felt like we knew her and we loved her but she wasn't our mother so we'll never know the dfficulty of your loss. We can only tell you that she will be watching you as you grow in wisdom and grace and we will be hoping and praying that you somehow blend the richness of your heritage as your uncle pledged himself to support. Your are the last of the royalty in a world that needs people of principle and dedicaton in positions of leadership. You must be those leaders yet retain the spirit and vivacity of yoiur mother. She was thoroughly modern princess and will be in our minds forever. You have a countryman who expressed it well. "To An Athlete Dying Young says it well. She never wore her honors out.

USA
From Stacey Fyfe [rob@rmci.net] on September 8, 1997:

I can't express how deeply saddened and shocked I was at the news of Princess Diana's passing. There isn't anything that can be said that can express how great she is. I refrain from saying "was" as she will live on in each and every one of our hearts. To William and Harry, know that you are loved and that you have a very special guardian angel to look over you and guide you throughout your lives. To Diana - Your unselfish and ever-giving heart will never be far from our souls. You will live on in each of us urging us to be stronger and better people. We love you Diana!

United States of America
From Michele H. Drolette [michele.h.drolette@grace.com] on September 8, 1997:

Princes William & Harry,

Your mother was an extraordinary individual who touched lives throughout the world. She was an inspiration for her strength and determination in the toughest of emotional situations. So many of lifes lessons can be learned through your mother's life experiences. She touched many lives because people can relate to her on so many levels, and can see that despite personal anguish she opened her heart to others and continued to give strength to others whom she saw as less fortunate.

Even though she is gone physically, her spirit remains everywhere and she will continue to teach and to guide you through lifes landmines.

Look happily at the past, live peacefully in today, and look hopefully toward the future....her spirit will continue to guide you and help you through lifes difficulties.

Warmest regards,
Michele H. Drolette


Chile
From Fabián Andrades Espinoza [andrades@mater.uss.cl] on September 8, 1997:

Para una hermosa persona que vivió una vida de mucha sencillez y sensibilidad con los más desposeidos,nuestro eterno recuerdo, desde esta lejana tierra

USA
From Chiara Morgante on September 8, 1997:

To Prince William and Prince Harry:

Cry your Mother's death. It is healthy and normal to cry and be angry after such loss.
As Charles, Earl Spencer said during that powerful eulogy: Diana had learned from her vulnerability. No one doubts that she lived a privileged life, but to sensitive observers, it was also clear she had her share of disappointments, unhappiness, sadness. And so it was that the beautiful Princes was hurt. But the hurt was that which made her so in-tune with the needs of others. That is why so many people around the world felt the need to morn her premature death.
Once you have done with the tears openly rejoice in and celebrate her life and find comfort in the knowledge that you are the children of a Queen (the title of HRH was superfluous for Diana, she is and will always be a Queen) that once had the love of the entire world, a Queen for whom, once, the entire world held its breath hopping that her death was just a collective nightmare. But alas, it was reality.

For a short while,
God's Grace was on this earth.
"What was her name?" you ask.
"Princess Diana."

San Francisco, CA, USA
From Jeanie Ho [tin2@geocities.com] on September 8, 1997:

I am very saddened by Princess Diana's passing. I remember the first time I caught a glimpse of Diana was when I was watching her wedding on our family's black and white TV. Back then, I was a little girl of nine, living in the little Portuguese colony of Macau. Now, I am 24 years old.
I watched Diana with great admiration. I admire her goodness and her motherhood.
Diana inspires me to be the best person I can be, while being considerate of others. Just because I did not have the honor to met Diana in person doesn't mean that she has not affected me. She has made a difference in my life.
I send my condolence to Diana's family. I miss her.

Peru
From Elsie [e_aragones@hotmai.com] on September 8, 1997:


To a lovely person from someone who will cherish your memory from a very distant spot in the world.
Your life has enlighted a world in darkness due to the lack of something you gave abundantly during your brief life...love.
May Almighty God smile at you and
bless us all from Heaven.

Australia
From Clark [tclark@logicworld.com.au] on September 8, 1997:

Words cannot express my saddness for Princes William and Harry. And i am dissapointed that I could not travel to London to sign the book personally. I feel deeply sadened that the world has lost a beautiful lady, caring and loving to everyone she met, and although I never had the honour of meeting her, she will always hold a special place in my heart.

USA
From ETHEL SIRMANS/T. HARTLAGE [JTHART@GTE.NET] on September 8, 1997:

EXPRESSING OUR MOST HEARTFELT THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS FOR ALL THE FAMILY OF DIANA THE PRINCESS OF WALES.. THERE WILL ALWAYS BE A PLACE IN OUR HEARTS FOR THE "STRONG,INDEPENDENT,COMPASSIONATE YOUNG WOMAN WHO GAVE EVERYTHING SHE HAD WITHIN HERSELF TO THOSE WHO NEEDED IT THE MOST." GOD BLESS HER CHILDREN AND MAY THEY FOLLOW IN HER FOOTSTEPS TO CONTINUE THE WONDERFUL WORK SHE SO LOVED IN HELPING OTHERS LESS FORTUNATE.

DIANA WILL ENJOY HER NEW HOME, AWAY FROM ALL THE MEDIA,AND THE CRAZINESS THAT WENT ON IN HER LIFE.

GOD BLESS AND MAY SHE REST IN PEACE.

Ecuador
From Silvia Mendez Quilachamin [74544.1230@compuserve.com] on September 8, 1997:

I am paying my last respect to a Woman who was very special to the world. A woman who wasn't afraid to show humanity even though she is royalty. She did her very best to help people, all types of people, and I admire her for that. Especially in this world today. May she rest in peace, and may her soul always protect William and Harry.

united states
From lucyann sanchez [blustar218@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

I would like to say that i admire you mother for all of her work with the less
fortunate. She was a true leader and a
great person. "If you change yourself then you change the world" quote by Lucianna . Your mother did change the world and she also changed herself. That is what made her unique. I look up to her and I am now looking to vouleentering more in my city . May God Bless you and your brother.
Sincerely,
LucyAnn Sanchez

USA
From Sandra Hollander [shollander@wi.jdtv.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear William and Harry:
I submitted another message to Buckingham's web site, but it is so busy that I don't know if it will ever go through.
It is very difficult to me to express myself in this moment of sadness, but also of happiness when I think how remarkable Diana is. When I was 16 years old, and still lived in my country of origin - Puerto Rico - I woke up at 5:00 am (our time) to watch the Royal Wedding. It was a fairy tale, and I know most young ladies like me thought that it was the wedding of our dreams. Time went by, and we were all witnesses of the fairy tale unfolding into hard reality, and we also witness Diana going through ups and downs, like any other human being. That was the key: like any other human being. She was royalty, but still she cared...for others more than for her own self sometimes. She developed into this wonderful person that seemed to be full of confidence in herself and her actions, even if deep inside she felt a little insecure. I am sure her transformation had a lot to do with two things: her big, caring heart, and her love for you.
I know that her desire to give you a simple and yet full life, her wishes of leaving a beautiful example, were the reasons of that transformation.

16 years later, at 32, I woke up early once again on Saturday to watch, to pray, to cry...I lost my father 12 years ago, and you never stop mourning for those you love. But their memories are always with us to comfort us, and, after a while, the same memories that made us cry, will one day make us smile.

Don't forget the things she stood for, the things she taught you...Continue her work...that is the best tribute you could offer her. And, I don't know if you believe in eternal life, but if you do, be sure that she is in a happy place now, where you may be able to be united again, and...who knows? Maybe she will be watching, and will be happy watching if you are the two great human beings she started to raise. What you decide to do with your life will be your option, your decision...I am sure she would have love you both no matter what road your life would have taken. But don't forget her teachings and her life.

Descansa en paz, Diana. Dios te bendiga.

Sandra Zapata-Hollander
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

usa
From Ken Brown [kxbrown@hewitt.com] on September 8, 1997:

You taught Queens humanity - - - and humanity how to be "queenly".

U.S.A.
From Cooper Watson [Ilsengard@prodigy.net] on September 8, 1997:

Our family`s condolences to Diana`s family. She will be missed very much and never forgotten. God Bless.

USA
From M.A. Castillo on September 8, 1997:

I hope that we can all let go of Diana and finally allow her the peace she has always sought. I will miss seeing her on the news comforting the sick and vulnerable. She left behind a legacy of compassion and love which I hoppe that all of us will endeavor to uphold.

USA
From Keri Letson [ekletson@ipa.net] on September 8, 1997:

Goodnight Sweet Princess...
You really are England's Rose...
I hope you were looking down on your funeral service from heaven with a smile on your face...
You will be remembered not only in England but around the world.
God Bless you William and Harry.
Stay Strong and follow in your mother's footsteps...

Sincerely
Keri Letson, USA

United States
From Lindsey Bunch [lovin_summer@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

My heart goes out to William & Harry- Your Mom was the sun in many skies & the Queen in all Hearts. She lit dark times in lives. She ment so much to so many people. There was nothing that she couldn't do to make anyone happy. She went as an angel, and always will be remembered that way.
Being 15 like William, I can't imagine life w/ out my mother. Just remember to keep your heads high & that people will always be there for both of you. Your both gong to play a very important role in many lives.
I know these probley won't get to you both personally. But I want you to know that your mom is a role model for me, she's everything anyone would wanna be: beautiful, fun, sweet, a saint, the words just go on with out end. If I had one last request it would be to meet William & Harry. I think your both great! I think your both gonna be a great influence on many kids.
My mom tells me she remembers William being born and then there was me. Now she tells me to remember this day, because later I'll see the day when William becomes King.
Just remember to keep a positive attitude. There are many who love you!
Lindsey Bunch

USA
From Keri Letson [ekletson@ipa.net] on September 8, 1997:

Goodnight Sweet Princess...
You really are England's Rose...
I hope you were looking down on your funeral service from heaven with a smile on your face...
You will be remembered not only in England but around the world.
God Bless you William and Harry.
Stay Strong and follow in your mother's footsteps...

Asuncion-Paraguay
From Elizabeth Jimenez A. [ejimarez@uninet.com.py] on September 8, 1997:

Siempre seras mi ejemplo de mujer, aunque ya no estes entre nosotros,
¿quien te dijo que te fuiste?
si tu recuerdo nunca va a morir, las gentes a quienes queremos viven donde se los recuerda , y tu aqui vives porque nunca te voy a olvidar

spain
From ana [j093074603@abonados.cplus.es] on September 8, 1997:

I WANT TO TRANSMIT MY DEEPEST HURT
TO THE BRITHIS VILLAGE
SPECIALLY TO HARRY AND WILLIAM BECAUSE THEY HAS LOST A WONDERFULL MOTHER AND A KIND PERSON HOW MAKES
ALL FOR NECESARITY PEOPLE

ANA PEDRAZA-MADRID-16 YEARS

Mexico
From Diana Torres on September 8, 1997:

Quisiera expresar mi mas sentido pesame por la irreparable perdida de la Princesa Diana. Siempre la recordaremos.

United States
From Stacy Adame [sadame@palomar.edu] on September 8, 1997:

What a great loss to this world. She was a special lady. I regret that I never had a chance to meet her. I pray for her sons to be comforted. May God bless them. I've never had anyone that I have never met touch me like she did.

Germany
From Maria Plodek on September 8, 1997:

Queen of hearts,

we'll be missing you!!!

USA
From The Shriver Family [dshriver@flash.net] on September 8, 1997:

To: Prince William and Prince Harry
The Spencer Family, The House of Windsor.

We are deeply saddened by the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Her passing is a tragic loss for every human being. There are many people of positon and power in our world who have the time, opportunity, and financial means to follow this beautiful role model in her work to support the charities. If only they would---our world would be much further ahead in driving out hunger, disease, and illness.

Our hearts go out to her, and her family.

United States
From Sarah Rodriguez [sarah@ptfm.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry:

I would like to offer my sympathies to you both. I am so sorry for you.

I remember being a little girl of only 9 years and waking up to watch your mother marry your father, and now, as a young woman, I have awakened to see your mother's funeral.

This is such a tragedy and please know that I loved watching your mom do nice things for so many. Her love for you both was very visible and I know she will remain your guardian angel.

God Bless You!

Trinidad, West Indies
From Denise Wallen [wallend@cablenett.com] on September 8, 1997:

My sincerest Condolences to you, Princes William And Harry. What you are experiencing is very hard. My children too, have lost a parent, their dad just last year, they are much younger than you. But what I want to convey to you is your mom's spirit is with you all the time, just call on her and you will be comforted. There will be hard times ahead, but with God's help, He will guide you. Take care.

USA (Indiana)
From Tiffani Root [fletch@hsonline.net] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Princes William and Harry,

I feel great sorrow for you and your family. I couldn't even imagine the great pain of losing a parent. I am 11 years old. Diana will be in our hearts forever. I think you two have handled this loss very well. You have had so many heart aches in your life, I can not imagine what you are going through. She was a great woman and humanitarian. I was in tears when I watched the funeral.

William,

You will have better times ahead so try to look to the future. I know it must be very hard right now. You and your brothers just keep praying and you will be fine later.


Harry,
I am about your age and I can't imagine what you are going through. I have been praying for you and your family and my heart goes out to you. Your mother was a great woman and just keep thinking of all the good times.


Love and Prayer for you,
Tiffani Lonelle Root

USA
From Carolyn Foltz and Mary Varallo [cfoltz@yei.csulb.edu] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Princes William, Harry, the Royal family, and the Spencer family,
My deepest sympathy for all of you who loved Diana.
I greatly respected her for all the charity work that she had done over the years. What set her apart from others was how she willing to touch those with AIDS even though there wasn't much known at the time of how the disease was spread. She showed how she really cared for people even when she did not know them.
I also respected her for how she decided her children were to be raised and stuck to her guns even though others thought she should go with tradition. I admired how she would publicly show affection to her children and I hope the Royal family will learn from her example.
It wasn't the fact that she was a Princess that made her special. It was how she showed her love for her sons and that she truly cared about people.
I would like to make one suggestion to the family in order to preserve some of your personal memories. I think the Princes, the Royal family, the Spencer family and Diana's closest friends should write about their fondest personal memory of Diana and create a book. This book should printed up for everyone in Diana's family and ex-family and for no other. It should not be available to the public. This way your private memories remain private and will not be forgotten.
With my warmest sympathy,
Carolyn and Mary

United States of America
From Santrina Schommer [SFCA95@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

To Princes William and Harry,

I sit here and contemplate exactly what I would like to say to you and it is extremely difficult still to put my thoughts into words. I am sad of heart, but when I think of all the wonderful things that your Mother did for so many people I am grateful that God put a woman like her on this earth.
I don't know what it is like to belong to a royal family, but I do know what it is like to belong to an average American family. I hope you don't find me presumptious in giving advice but I along with thousands of other people feel that you could benefit from some advice from some one older. I hope that you remember that not only do you have your father's family but your mother also had a brother and two sisters for you to depend. Please do not let others influence your opinions on these relatives. In times like this you will need all of your relatives. Remember that as Princess Diana's brother and sisters they are your closest link with your mother. I can only pray that your father and the Queen will allow you to have contact with that part of your family. Hopefully you will relaize that the real world does not revolve around being royal, that the reason your mother was so loved had nothing to do with her royal title but had everything to do with the person she was within. She will be greatly missed.
Yours Respectfully,
Santrina Schommer

Canada
From Penny Ryan [edkrain@the-wire.com] on September 8, 1997:

My Heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Royal Family, and the Spencer family
And most of all to Prince Willian &
Prince Harry.
Princess Diana was a beautiful women and
will be missed by many around the world.
May God bless you all, and help you through this difficult time in your life

Penny Ryan
Toronto,Canada

United States
From Nicole Frick [nfrick@nb.net] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Royal Family,

I give my dearest sympathies to the whole royal family and especially Prince William and Prince Harry. Princes Diana will be deeply missed from now till the end of time.

USA
From Bethany Koenig [marck@navix.net] on September 8, 1997:

To the family and friends of Princess Diana:

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. The entire world loved "England's Rose" and grieves with you. Rest in peace, Diana.

chile
From claudio corales, veronica arana on September 8, 1997:

condolencias desde chile. animo en este momento dificil, mucha fuerza para los principes.

Canada
From Rheba Estante [rhebaestante@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

I wish to express my profound grief and heartfelt sympathy for Prince William and Harry. The tragedy of losing such an incredible mother is a fate that I wish I could change. No one will ever shine so bright for the British Monarchy as did Diana. I hope that her memory will always grow in the hearts of her subjects and the worls. She was a unique human being whose magical heart and enormous sincerity will be missed forever. May you rest in peace Diana, Princess of Wales-Queen of Hearts.

USA
From Stephanie G. Danielsen on September 8, 1997:

Prince William and Harry,

Your mother was an angel sent from God to do wonderful deeds on this earth. I believe God called her back to the Heavens because he needed her. I pray that you find the strength to get through this tragedy. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

America
From Julie Morris [JAMorri@spa3.k12.sc.us] on September 8, 1997:

My prayers are with the boys. Not future kings, but two young boys who lost a moma. They have a special place in my heart!

US
From Marian E. Gallagher [mazzzster@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

To the family of Princess Diana,

My condolences are sent out to each and every one of you. Please know you are in my heart and prayers.

Rest in peace Diana....you are truly a remarkable woman!

Regards,
Meg

US
From Marian Gallagher [mazzzster@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

To the family of Princess Diana,

My condolences are sent out to each and every one of you. Please know you are in my heart and prayers.

Rest in peace Diana....you are truly a remarkable woman!

Regards,
Meg

Fredericton, NB, Canada
From Carol Jordan [air@brunnet.net] on September 8, 1997:

Dear William and Harry
I wish to express to you how greatly saddened I am by the death of your mother. I have also lost a parent and know that no words can express the emptiness and pain your are feeling. Probably the only thing that got me through the hardest of these times was the belief that my father was in a better place, Heaven. I know without a doubt your mother to has gone to this great place. Remember, a place with no hate, no prejudice, no judgements, just love!
I know how hard it must be for you as well at this time to hear the resentment people are feeling towards your father and grandmother, please remember that they are human and that all people make mistakes, but if you learn from these mistakes then you will be a better person. Take the best of your mother and the best of your father and you will both become great men!
Your mother brought your country together, perhaps the world, for one day, one week, maybe longer, this is something that has never been done in my life time, she truly is "England's Rose" with heartfelt sympathy.

Germany
From Joachim Fedter [jofe@swol.de] on September 8, 1997:

Rest in peace.

Joachim

Canada
From Jeri-Lynn Turnbull [turnbullj@ptsd.mb.ca] on September 8, 1997:

It is with deepest sorrow that I learned of the Princess' death. I never had the opportunity to meet Diana but I feel she touched each one of us. She was a genuine woman and a credit to all. She will be sadly missed by many. I hope the many expresses of sympathy will be of some comfort to you. God Bless.

USA
From Tammy Fisher [tfisher@ihopcorp.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear William & Harry,

I can only imagine your feelings at this time. I never did have the opportunity to meet your mother in person, but from what I have seen from afar, she was a great women to which I am sure the world and both of you will miss so dearly. We can never forget her goodness, along with her unforgetable eyes and smile! She will forever be in our hearts! Our prays from the United States are with you...
Love,
Tammy Fisher

USA
From Mark and Barbara Krueger [mkrueger@iphase.com] on September 8, 1997:

William and Harry, please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your mother. She touched all of our hearts, and we are thankful she left two wonderful heirs to continue her mission of peace and charity.

We also send our sympathy to all the wonderful people of Great Britain. Your nation has given so much to this world, and we are thankful.

Mark, Barb, and Lauren Krueger

United States of America
From Isabel Villegas [ivi130@nwu.edu] on September 8, 1997:

To William, Harry, and the Family,

As a young woman, I am truely inspired by what your mother dedicated her life to and her sincere love in helping others. I saw a piece of myself in who Diana was and is.I say is, because she continues to live in all of us not just in memory, but also in our actions and how we decide to influence others. Especially those who are not fortunate enough to have seen her good works in progress. Hold strong and live your mothers words by following her beautiful example. My love always y por siempre..

Abrazos,

Isabel
Chicago, IL
Northwestern University '98

Ashburn,VA. USA
From Parsell Family [petercu@erols.com] on September 8, 1997:

Our prayers are with the Royal Family and also with William and Harry. Princess Diana was a very warm and caring person, she will be missed.





England
From Smith Family on September 8, 1997:

We watched your Funeral and couldn't help thinking of William & Harry. They behaved with such dignity, you would have been extremely proud of them. May you rest in peace on your Island at Althorp. It looks so idealic and beautiful there.
Goodbye. Ann, Pete, David & Christine.

Belgium
From Famille François [dost@club.innet.be] on September 8, 1997:

Nous présentons nos condoléances à toute la famille de la "Reine des Coeurs". Et plus particulièrement aux Princes William et Harry. Nous sommes de tout coeur avec vous.

United States of America
From Michael J Ludlow [diverml@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

My condolences to the young princes on the tragic loss of their beloved mother.
My sympathies to you both, I recently lost my parents to sudden illness. Take comfort in the knowledge that she is at rest and in the house of the Lord of Hosts. Let not her great work for humanity die with her. Keep the torch of her memory burning brightly forever through your actions to help those less
fortunate. Rest in peace Diana, England's Rose.

Switzerland
From Gisela [david.rodriguez@mail.tic.ch] on September 8, 1997:

Diana, Queen of Hearts

You brought lot's of joy in many unfortunate life's and you will live
on in our hearts. You were a very special person. I wish, that your two son's, William and Harry, will have the strenght to go thru this difficult time.


United States of America
From Meagan Bautch [mj69@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Princes William and Harry,

I wish to express my deepest and most sincere condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you always. I hope that somehow you get through this allright. I am very surprised and happy that you both were so strong at the funeral. I know that you miss your mother very much, but you must realize that she is in a better place now. I personally know how it feels to lose someone you love and I can imagine all the pain you feel because I have been through it also. Your mother was a wonderful person and her life has touched us all. I hope that my tiny letter to you has helped you aeven the smallest bit with your grieving. I hope that if for any reason you wish to talk with someone your own age about this great matter, you can e-mail me. I would love to be your acquaintence.

Sincerely,

Meagan Bautch

Barcelona, (Catalonia)
From miquel navarro [mnavarro@teleline.es] on September 8, 1997:

William & Harry

con nuestro amor os mandamos un recuerdo y os alentamos a seguir el ejemplo que vuestra madre os enseñó. Ella supo abrirse a los corazones de la gente.

USA
From Stacey F. Vernallis [sfv@ pbandg.com] on September 8, 1997:

To the Family of the Princess:


United States of America
From Meagan Bautch [mj69@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Princes William and Harry,

I wish to express my deepest and most sincere condolences. I know that you miss your mother very much, but you must realize that she is in a better place now. I personally know how it feels to lose someone you love and I can imagine all the pain you feel because I have been through it also. Your mother was a wonderful person and her life has touched us all. I hope that my tiny letter to you has helped you aeven the smallest bit with your grieving. I hope that if for any reason you wish to talk with someone your own age about this great matter, you can e-mail me at mj69@hotmail.com

Sincerely,

Meagan Bautch

portugal
From jasa [jasa@mail.telepac.pt] on September 8, 1997:

descança em paz diana

USA
From Valerie Corliss [corliss@gte.net] on September 8, 1997:

My heart goes out to her children. I have never lost anyone close to me. Yet I feel I have lost a member of my family. I've seen all the selflessness she has shown to those in need and I commend her for her actions. She was a wonderful lady with a heart of gold. There is a song that reminds me of her called angels among us that reminds me of her. She was truely an angel on this earth as well as in heaven.

United States
From Culotti Family [petercu@erols.com] on September 8, 1997:

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Royal Family and ours hearts go out to Prince William and Prince Harry. Nothing is worse than losing your mother. Diana was a beautiful person inside and out and will always be in our hearts and minds.



God Bless,

The Culotti Family
Ashburn Virginia
USA

US.
From Helaine Meyerson [lainemeyerson@collegeclub.com] on September 8, 1997:

Our mother was very special person inside and out. She showed it when she was working with the people. I am sorry that she passed away but she will always be in your heart and thoughts.

Helaine Meyerson

USA
From Sharon [scottm@server1.adonet.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,

Our thoughts are with you. You have been very brave and you are well-respected, worldwide.

It is a tragedy that you have suffered such a great saddness and loss at such a young age.

Our continued prayers will be with you, both.

U.S.A
From Margaret Leverett [meleverett@hotmail.com] on September 8, 1997:

Princes William and Harry,

The untimely death of your mother, Diana, deeply touched my friends and I. We watched her funeral together, cried together, lit candles together, prayed together and sang together. Likewise, you and your mother will always be together.

Diana was a wonderful woman who contributed so much to our world through her love and compassion for others. So many lives were touched because of her work. Even if they never saw her face, they were touched by her heart.

It touched me to see your entire country, and even the entire world, together mourning the loss of such an outstanding person.

I sincerely believe that her heart will live on through you and that she will always be with you when you need her. She loved you infinitely more than the cameras loved her.

With the deepest respect and admiration, I send this to you, because I am fifteen, as well, and could not imagine the pain you are going through. With all my heart I said Goodbye to England's rose. With all my heart, I'll be here for you.

Margaret

USA
From Marnie Moratto [moratto_marnie@bah.com] on September 8, 1997:

William and Harry,
As a mother of two young sons myself, it pains me to think of you trying to live your lives without your mother. To the world she was a public figure, trying to do right by those who needed her the most, but to you she was your mother, kind, loving, and unique. I ache for you, and deeply regret the loss of your mother.

sincerely,
Marnie Moratto

LAS VEGAS NEVADA USA
From MR.& MRS. MAX PAGAN [ROMAX @WEB TV.NET] on September 8, 1997:

A TRUE PRINCESS FOREVER IN THE HEARTS OF PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD.WE PRAY FOR PEACE FOR PRINCES WILLIAM & HARRY. YOU WERE TRULY LOVED BY ALL.

United States
From Sherie & Matthew Ensor [sherie@injersey.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dearest Prince William and Prince Harry,
Oh, how we sit here in complete disbelief of the death of your loving mother Princess Diana. Words cannot fully express our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Our angel on Earth is now a guardian angel of Heaven. Always know that your mother is watching over you. Princess Diana was a stunning woman who's inner beauty and love for the people of the world made her sparkle. Now your mother sparkles in the night time sky. If you look closely at the stars when they shine, you can see your mother's star, for it outshine's all the other stars in the sky. May God bless you both and please know that the United States of America grieves with you.
Fondly, Sherie and Matthew Ensor
United States - New Jersey
P.O. Box 554
Seaside Heights, New Jersey
08751

United States
From Kelley Crews [kjcrews@runet.edu] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Henry,
I too mourn with the world over the loss of your mother. Her memory will be preserved with great respect and honor. sincerely,
Kelley





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