Condolences #601 - #700
9/8/97 - 9/9/97
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USA
From ANN AND RALPH GREIDER on September 9, 1997:

GOD BLESS DIANA! OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH WILLIAM, HARRY AND THE REST OF THE FAMILY AT THIS TIME. SHE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED BY THE WORLD.

USA
From ROSE JONES on September 9, 1997:

I AM SORRY THAT DIANA DIED AND WANT TO SEND MY LOVE TO THE CHILDREN WILLIAM AND HARRY AND THE REST OF THE FAMILY.

United States
From Joni Germaine [Jna1019@aol.com] on September 9, 1997:

Condolences to all the family, especially Diana's sons.

Galice
From Marcos Salgueiro Faro [megonzalez@athena.es] on September 9, 1997:

Lamento profundamente la triate pérdida de este ser tan querido como lo fue la princesa Diana.
Aquí la quisimos siempre y la querremos.
Un saludo hacia el cielo.
(Quiero una esquela)

USA
From RALPH GREIDER on September 9, 1997:

WE'LL MISS YOU VERY MUCH

Galice
From Marcos Salgueiro Faro [megonzalez@athena.es] on September 9, 1997:

Sinto de todo coraçom a trágica morte da princessa Diana de Gales.
Príncipe Guilherme e Harry tentai manter a calma para un futuro melhor governo da Gram Bretanha.

Chile
From Rossana Raineri on September 9, 1997:

Desde el país más austral del mundo,
mis más sinceras condolencias a la familia Spencer y en especial a William y Harry.

Italy
From Brugger Michaela on September 9, 1997:

I haven't any words for the tragic, which happend in Paris. Lady Diana was a wonderful women.

England
From Christine on September 9, 1997:

I watched your mother's funeral and I just couldn't believe it. She was so young.

Canada
From Barbara & Michael Boodhan, Louanne & Kayla Fournier [barbara.boodhan@sheridanc.on.ca] on September 9, 1997:

Dearest Prince William and Prince Harry, and the Spencer family:

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in your loss. May God's love console you now and in the future. We pray that the "Queen of Hearts" will live on in her sons, and that they too will bring beauty, love and goodness to our world.

Since hearing of the accident and death of Princess Diana, we have cried, grieved and prayed along with the rest of the world. We feel a tragic loss and a sadness has overcome us. We must now have faith that her legacy will live on forever. She will never be forgotten.

William and Harry - how we ached for you as you followed your Mommy in the funeral procession. Remember, she will always be with you. Keep close to each other as she would have wanted.

God bless you all.

USA
From Sherry Graham [swgraham@hotmail.com] on September 9, 1997:

Diana was loved by all and will be truly
missed. I hope her children will carry on her great works of humanity and become the men she would have been so proud of.

USA
From Sarah Krzewinski [lucyinthesky@webtv.net] on September 9, 1997:

Dear William and Harry, I know you must be getting so many of these messages. I don't anything will ever fix how you feel. But I just wanted to tell you that I greve for you and I hope things in your life become better soon. Your mother was a wonderful woman, even though I never met her. I hope she rests in peace and some day you will both see her again. With Love, Sarah Krzewinski age 17 USA

USA
From Lori McGee-Minnich [lori@npg.wustl.edu] on September 9, 1997:

She will always be fondly remembered and respected by I and my family.

United States
From Crystal Nutter on September 9, 1997:

Princess Diana is the kind of person that I have always looked up to, not just because she was a princess, but because of her compasion for others less fortunate than her. She fought for what she believed in and she would'nt let anything stand in her way.Even thought I never knew her, she will always be in my heart. Diana I miss you so much, and will always remember your kind ways, and your warm loving smile.My family wish your sons the best of luck, we all know the hurt there going through right know,but they have to remember you in their hearts, and do what you always taught them to do,and that is enjoy life to it's fullest,and experience everything. Diana I love you very much and I will never forget you. You changed lifes for so many,encluding mine.


Sincerly,
Crystal Nutter

U.S.
From Jennifer Catherine Lee Wagner on September 9, 1997:

Princess Diana was an extraordinary human being. May the angels fly her soul to an eternity in heaven.

Germany
From Mario und Christine [KAISER-MARIO@t-online.de] on September 9, 1997:

great wishes for the life in the heaven !!

USA
From DEBORAH A. ZIPP on September 9, 1997:

The world will miss Princess Diana.
She was a bright spot in out lives. We
related to her as a woman on many levels. She was admired for her goodness, as well as her beauty. A lovely woman inside and out. God bless
her soul. May she rest in peace.

Malaysia
From A.B.Ghouse [andora@pc.jaring.my] on September 9, 1997:

Deepest sympathy to HRH Prince William & Prince Harry. Princess Diana was a true Queen in everyone's heart. She will always be remembered for her kind heart and Malaysians will always have fond memories of Princess of Wales.

United States
From Sophia McGrew [sophia.mcgrew@ln.ssw.abbott.com] on September 9, 1997:

My heart goes out to you and your family. Your mother was and still is a remarkable woman and she will live on through your memories and the charities she had worked with.

Once again, God bless you and take care.

USA
From Tiffini McMullin on September 9, 1997:

Diana, You were my hero and I will always honor you in my memory and remember all the good that you had done. Your death is truly a tragedy and you will always remain in my heart.

POLAND
From DEXTER [acidboy@polbox.com] on September 9, 1997:

Specjalne ¿yczenia kondolencje dla jej wysokoœci za jej wspania³e ¿ycie i dlatego co zrobi³a dla ludzi na ca³ym œwiecie.

Belgium
From fam. De Smet [cnjhdesmet@planetinternet.be] on September 9, 1997:

We were very sad when we heard the bad news.We shall never forget her.
We waren heel droevig wanneer we het slechte nieuws vernamen.We zullen haar nooit vergeten.

United States
From Jennifer Lee [lee4@mskcc.org] on September 9, 1997:

Dear Prince William & Prince Harry:

Although the rest of the world mourns the loss of your wonderful mother, there are also many special prayers in NY for your well being.

Your mom gave the world a miracle; she taught the world to love, to give compassion, but more recently, she brought the world together despite all racial, cultural, and geographic boundaries. We give your mother our deepest thanks for caring for the people of this world, but we also give our apologies. We loved her so much we did not give her any peace and for that we are all very sorry.

She was gifted with many talents, such as inner strength, humor, but the most obvious was the great abundance of love inside her. Evidence of this is apparent by looking at the causes she gave much of herself to, and most importantly by looking at how well her sons have grown and matured. Your maturity during this situation makes us all realize that your mother had given you enough love to last a many lifetimes. It is our deepest hope that you will find wonderful, deep love and inner peace in the future.

Sincerely,
Jennifer

United States of America
From Christopher C. Corwin [ccorwin@shearman.com] on September 9, 1997:

Eventhough we lie upon distant shores, our countries separated by a vast ocean of politican, religious, and differing views. Our shore has been touched by the hand of a wonderful woman. A woman who had many gifts bestowed upon her soul by the hand of God even before she was born. She shared those gifts with the world, always fostering a sense of warmth in an ocean so cold and dark. May she now sleep in peace, resting on a tranquil isle reflecting her innermost beauty and the silence and shyness by which she carried out her works of love.
When the rays of dawn shine upon her resting spot,be asssured that that light will extend out over the corners of the earth. Always, always a reminder of the warmth she brought to us all.

May she sleep in the warmth of God's care....and may we all hope to be closer to each other, expressing our love for life, family, and humanity.

USA
From PATRICIA A. JACOBSON on September 9, 1997:

YOUR STRENGHTS TO CONFRONT LIFE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED. YOUR BEAUTY AS A SPECIAL PERSON WILL LIVE ON IN YOUR WORKS. SOMEDAY YOUR SON WILL BECOME KING OF ENGLAND AND THROUGH YOUR GUIDANCE OF HIM, HE WILL MAKE YOU SMILE DOWN FROM HEAVEN.
MAY YOU REST IN PEACE, SPECIAL ONE.

USA
From Leslie Bivens [lbivens@apwa.org] on September 9, 1997:

I wanted to extend a message of condolence to Princess Diana's family, and to the British people.

Diana was a hero, in the truest sense of the word. She gave all of herself to the things she held dear - her charities and her sons. She was a role model. Everyone should emulate her caring, her selflessness, and her huge heart. Most of all we should remember her as a mother, sister, and daughter who made all of our lives a lot brighter for knowing her.

United States
From Otis Bledsoe [obledsoe@bbs/bellsouth.com] on September 9, 1997:

The world has lost an individual that cannot be replaced. Perhaps only once in a lifetime does someone come along that has the persona and stage to make such an impact on so many people. Reaching out to those less fortuanate, and to the many charitable causes endeared her to millions. Her statement that she might not ever be the Queen of England, but instead wanted to be the Queen of their hearts will become her epitaph. To the people of Great Britian and to William and Harry, I offer my prayers and trust that you will seek to carry on the standard that Diana has set. You too, can touch millions and make a positive impact in changing the world for the better.

USA
From Brenda Rowson on September 9, 1997:

Dear William and Harry, I just wanted to tell you both how sorry I am for the both of you. Your mother was a very beautiful and wonderful woman. Please keep her in your hearts forever. Always remember what she tried to instill in you boys.Her heart was huge and her caring spread all across the world. I know she will watch over you two forever. May God bless you both.

USA
From Brenda Rowson on September 9, 1997:

Dear William and Harry, I just wanted to tell you both how sorry I am for the both of you. Your mother was a very beautiful and wonderful woman. Please keep her in your hearts forever. Always remember what she tried to instill in you boys.Her heart was huge and her caring spread all across the world. I know she will watch over you two forever. May God bless you both.

Canada
From Miranda Barrows [royal@generation.net] on September 9, 1997:

My sincere condolences to Prince William and Harry I know that you will miss your mother very much, more so than the world around. I do hope that all the kind words the world has sent will give you a way to grive more easily. She was an inpiration and a great source of compassion to all in this world. Fairwell Englands Rose.

United States
From Erin Dees on September 9, 1997:

I am sorry for the loss of Di. She ment a lot to everyone. She could make people smile when things were bad. I have a poem to give you. When a person you love becomes a memory that meomry becomes a treasur.

Love Erin.

USA
From Diana L. Spencer [DianaS1025@aol.com] on September 9, 1997:

Prince William & Harry
I know this is a very difficult time for you, I know it will be hard but you will find the strength to go on.
Nothing can help ease the pain you are feeling but I do believe that your mother is watching over you. While I never knew your mother
I can say that it was an honor when people reminded me of the name I took on my wedding day was that of the Princess. She will always be with me.
God Bless the both of you and the Spencer family, she will be missed.

united states
From shawny hartman [mom@aol.com] on September 9, 1997:

I have always admired Princess Diana.
I always looked up yo her and wanted to be so much like her.She was pretty,
concerend of others, loving, caring and a devoted mother. Her death seems so unreal and tragic. Iloved her so much and i care for the huting people.

usa
From cherub [mom36@aol.com] on September 9, 1997:

princass was a nice and caring person.shes always been my role model, i've always looked up to her,i hope to be as caring and kind as her.i greeve for her family, sencerly, cherub floyd, 13 usa

Spain
From Antonio González [tonio@bpe.es] on September 9, 1997:

Siento profundamente la muerte de la Princesa Diana de Gales.

germany
From Weis, Hans-Peter [skorpy@t-online.de] on September 9, 1997:

Ich bin betroffen und traurig über den tragischen Tod der englischen Prinzessin Diana. Sie war wie ein helles Licht im Dunkelen unserer Gesellschaft. Dort wo sie war, war Wärme und Liebe. Jetzt ist ein wunderbares Licht erloschen und ich weiß nicht, wer jetzt noch Liebe und Wärme uns Menschen bringen soll. Wo sollen wir jetzt das Feuer suchen, an dem wir Kerzen wie sie entzünden können?
By,By Princess Diana. In Love forever.

USA
From DARLENE RAYTAR [DSRAYTA@PEOPLES.COM] on September 9, 1997:

SHE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL. IF JUST EACH PERSON CAN DO ONE GOOD DEED THIS WORLD WOULD BE A BETTER PLACE. MY HEART GOES OUT TO WILLIAM AND HARRYI LOST MY MOTHER WHEN I WAS WILLIAM'S AGE AND I KNOW THE PAIN HE IS FEELING ALONG WITH THE NUMBNESS. IN TIME THE PAIN WILL TURN INTO FOND MEMORIES. I ALSO KNOW THE FEELING OF SHOCK WHEN LOSEING A PARENT SUDDENLY. AGAIN MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE TWO BOYS I DO KNOW WHAT THEY ARE GOING THROUGH AND THE PAIN IS GREAT.

England
From Joanne Drury & Sean O'Hanlon [grant.coupland@ccl-industries.co.uk.com] on September 9, 1997:

Prince William & Prince Harry
We both send out our love to you two, you can be happy knowing that your mummy will be happy now with her new friend Dodi, they will both be watching you and keeping you safe.
Make sure you look after each other as your mummy would have wanted, and remember to have fun always !

Love forever, Joanne & Sean

chile
From geraldo pulgar villarroel [cen@algol.fis.userena.cl] on September 9, 1997:

Todo chile se siente con la trágica muerte de la princesa. Manifiesto mi pesar enviándo mis condolencias al pueblo de inglaterra. De parte del pueble chileno, que no pudo disfrutar de la visita futura de Ladi Di..

Greece
From Kostas Gougos [gougos@profinet.gr] on September 9, 1997:

You were the light in the darkness of our life. The world lost the most real princess. The world lost a princess that we can only find in fairy tailes.
We really miss you...
We miss you very much.

United States
From D. Bruner [dmb204@aol.com] on September 9, 1997:

Diana will be missed more than anyone will ever know.

I hope that Prince William and Prince Harry can take some comfort in the world wide outpouring of grief for their mummy.

I am sure she will always be guiding them.

United States
From Bety Lord [Bety_Lord@cabot.com] on September 9, 1997:

I feel strongly the loss of Diana. As many women around the world, I admired her strength of character and strong beliefs in the face of what must have been daunting protocol and royal disapproval. Her boys are in my prayers and may she RIP.

United States
From Jeannie Caris [jcaris@usa.net] on September 9, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,
At first your mum was like a rosebud, young and fresh. Just as the rosebud matures and unfolds its petals to reveal its inner and full beauty, so did she. Your mum became like a beautiful summer rose. We feel priviledged to have been "introduced" in this way to Princess Diana. We will always remember her inner beauty which she revealed by her acts of kindness to those less fortunate. Our thoughts and prayers are with you for today and for all your tomorrows.

With deepest respect and love,

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Caris
Fremont, Michigan, U.S.A.

United States of America
From Bonnie Burnam [Dan_BonnieBurnam@msn.com.] on September 9, 1997:

Diana was used as one of God's messengers to us. We could see that in her life she tried to show love and compassion to people as Christ did to people. Maybe some how through this horrible tragedy of death something will be learned. Because sometimes we don't understand, but God maybe could use this tragedy for the good! Our loving thoughts and prayers will be for her two boys that will have to grow up without her because they will only have her in their hearts and thoughts. Bonnie Burnam

USA
From Dawn Mitchell [Kathy57@Hotmail.com] on September 9, 1997:

The book has been opened,
there is so much inside.

From the very beginning,
to the day that she died.

Her laughter, her hopes,
her dreams that came true.

The courage, the strength,
He helped her pull through.

All of the children, the ill & the poor,
the lives that were touched,
When she opened the door.

The sparkling eyes, her warm embrace,
nothing was missed, everything was in place.

But, a special time, had been set aside,
Angels embraced as they read where she cried.

They cry out at anguish, who to this lies the blame?
A somber reply, only I know the name.

Suddenly, it was forgotten, the tears and the pain.
In the Book of Life, her name had remained.

Tho she felt unfinished, she had one more thing to do.

She welcomes The Sister, who has joined with her too.

May they have eternal peace forever.

USA
From Debbie Bennett on September 9, 1997:

My deepest sympathy to each of your. May you each treasure your memories of such a lovely lady who was truly a Princess, not only in name, but also in deed.
Debbie Bennett
3002 29th Street
Bettendorf, IA 52722
USA

Florida, USA
From Andrea Mitchell on September 9, 1997:

She was so beautiful,
She was full of magic.
The way she died-,
It was so tragic.
All the sparkle
and flame.
We all ask ourselves,
who is to blame?
She set a standard
to what people should be.
A wonderful humanitarium.
It's such a tragedy,
we cannot bring her back.
Her walk, her smilel, her elegance.
Others like her we lack.
Now we bow our heads down.
A Princess she was-
In a diamond crown.
She is gone,
A life of 36 years,
It is not that long.
where she is now,
She cannot be hurt, hounded, or stalked.
That is not allowed.
In her years,
She had many tears,
But also conquered all.
And in that
It is our call,
She lives eternally.

America
From Ellie Searles [esearles@tdh.qntm.com] on September 9, 1997:

My condolences to Princes William and Harry, as well as Princess Diana's brother, sisters and parents. Princess Diana will be sorely missed by us all. The service was a very nice tribute to her memory.

Malaysia
From Raymond Wong [raygizmo@tm.net.my] on September 9, 1997:

My deepest sympathy to the family of the late Princess Diana especially to her two sons Prince William and Prince Harry.
Her passing away was a great shock to myself. I felt I have lost someone very special although I have only known her through the media whom had taken her from me and the world.
I am still trying very hard not to believe that our beloved Princess have left us so early.
I hope that the media will keep to their words in respecting the privacy of Princess Diana two wonderful children.
Goodbye Diana and MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU.

holland
From Francis [fap@worldaccess.nl] on September 9, 1997:

I think it's a terrible loss for the whole world. I hope you're hapier now DIANA then you ever were with Charles.
We'll all miss you very much.

Francis

malaysia
From ratha [rath@tm.net.my] on September 9, 1997:

i am very sad to hear that angle back to heaven.

United States of America
From Mary W. Zickefoose on September 9, 1997:

To Prince William and Prince Harry,

May you remain your mother's shining stars!

USA
From Paul Metzger [pmetzger@frsd.k12.nj.us] on September 9, 1997:

In my role as a school principal, I constantly search for living individuals whose life and beliefs can serve as positive inspiration for my 1000 students. My list was never long and now it has been shortened by one. May they all remian inspired by how Dianna led her life and her unfaltering concern for those who needed to know someone cared. Dianna you will be missed but your legacy of compassion will continue to inspire today's youth.
Paul Metzger

U.S.A.
From charles sansone on September 9, 1997:

I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO STOP THINKING ABOUT THIS TRAGIC LOSS. I FEEL AS IF YOU ARE STILL WITH US IN ALL OUR LIVES AND THIS FEELING WILL CONTINUE FOR A LONG LONG TIME. I STILL CAN NOT BELIEVE THE PRINCESS IS GONE. I CAN ONLY HOPE THE GOOD LORD GIVES US A CLUE ON WHY SUCH A GREAT PERSON WAS TAKEN FROM US. MAY THE STRENGTH OF THE LORD HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES GET THROUGH THIS HORRIBLE LOSS...GOD BLESS

Norway
From Marianne Bauger [baum@greaker.vgs.no] on September 9, 1997:

To William and Harry

Be strong

Marianne

scotland
From margaret thomson [sjw296@stvincent.ac.uk] on September 9, 1997:

You gave a lot of pleasure. Hope you are happy now.

Australia
From Mrs Merryl Cobbin [mcobbin@hunterlink.net.au] on September 9, 1997:

To William and Harry

May God bless and keep you at this trying time and may the many memories of Diana's love for you sustain you in the months and years ahead.

Sydney, Australia
From Eunice Yip [eunicey@microview.com.au] on September 9, 1997:

May your candle to shine on those you care for and on those who care for you.

Japan
From Carolyn Meuschke [Meuschke@hotmail.com] on September 9, 1997:

Your grace and beauty have left a destinctive mark on the British Royalty and the world. You will be greatly missed. God speed!

England
From Babita Sharma on September 9, 1997:

I never quite believed that someone who I never knew would have such a profound effect on me. Diana, as many have said you are irreplacable and will always be remebered.... as our Queen of Hearts. My heart goes out to William and
Harry and of course close family and friends. We must all seek solitude by celebrating the life of a unique individual.... I realise that this will take time as I for one, am still in state of shock but we must move forward with our memories and look towards the suspicious future. I suppose only fate is to blame for such unexpected occurences...

I have tried to look for the answers to the questions of "WHY?".... but often all i hear is "Why not?"....Some look to god ... others to more rational beliefs... But I can't look to these elements yet.. as I am still learning what life is and how it works.... I doubt I'll ever truly find out what world or my life is all about. Then again I'm not too sure I want to....

Diana, Princess of Wales... R.I.P

Holland
From M. Geissler [drukvdyk@worldaccess.nl] on September 9, 1997:

Ik ben diep geschokt door het overlijden van Diana, en wens de nabestaande heel veel sterkte toe

p.s. de herrinering blijft leven

Australia
From Evelyn Baird, Peter and Margaret Sawell on September 9, 1997:

Diana,may you rest in peace. Prince William and Harry our deepest sympathies are with you at this sad time. Be strong and take courage from all the overwhelming support from all around the world. Wishing you prosperity and success in your lives.

malaysia
From wong chit hui [chithui@hotmail.com] on September 9, 1997:

you're truly ourr princess.we're going to miss you

Philippines
From Valerie Tan [edraven@ibm.net] on September 9, 1997:

For the Beloved Princess Diana,
I just wanna say thank you for making the world a better place to live in for everyone. You have given so much love to everyone who is in need and troubled. You have become the inspiration of the world. Eventhough you are not here physically, you will always be cherished for everything that you have done and for who you are. Eventhough I didn't have the chance to meet you, I'm just glad that you have been given to us by God to make the world a more colorful place for everyone. And now that you are in heaven, all everyone has to do is look up and find the brightest star and there you'll be. I'll really miss you a lot. Thank you for all the smiles that you brought to everyone's faces and for the love you've showered all over the world. I hope that everyone had done the same. You will always be a part of everyone's hearts as day goes by and by that, you'll always live. Take care!
love with all my heart and soul,
Valerie

For the two Beloved sons of the Queen of Hearts- Prince William and Prince Harry,
It must be really hard to loose your mom at such an early age. I'm also 15 and my sister is almost 13 and I can't imagine if my mom will be gone at this time. I know it'll be a long time before you get over this tragedy and I know that you'll miss her terribly. Eventhough she's not here, she will always live in your hearts and our hearts forever. You will always have the times you've shared together to somehow get thru this. I just wanna assure you that you are not alone. She will always be there to look over you and to guide you as you grow older. Take care of yourselves. If you need someone to pour your grief to, I'll always be here.
Care,
Valerie

The Netherlands
From V. van Wijngaarden [vincentvw@unit4.nl] on September 9, 1997:

Princess Diana was a very special woman. She will be dearly missed by the world.
She will always be in my heart and in my memories.

I wish the 2 young princes all the strength they need to go on.

Japan
From Maki Saito [s941243@ipe.tsukuba.ac.jp] on September 9, 1997:

You are really true princess of Wales since now and for ever. We will never forget you and your smile. Please do not worry about your sons. We all love and pray their happiness and success. Are you happy now? I wish you are happy in where you are now. I also wish you can find your really love and truth there. Thank you very much, Princess Diana.

Poland
From A.P. Gregier [ussadam@polbox.com] on September 9, 1997:

Dla Diany

Bylas Krolowa ludzkich serc, twoja smiesc jest niepowetowana strata, nie bylo, niema i niebedzie drugiej takiej jak Ty Diano

England
From EMMA GLOVER [bunny@queenswood.herts.sch.uk] on September 9, 1997:

I will miss our princess and I hope she didn't go through any pain and that she is happy at last.

USA
From Faye Batey [fbatey@faye.dungeon.com] on September 9, 1997:

To William and Harry
Your life now may seem more like a candle in a storm. Just remember how
brave your mother was in her all too short life. May her strength guide you in the years ahead. Millions of American teenages are with you.

Australia
From Margaret & Tony Briggs [Brigga@netserve.com.au] on September 9, 1997:

Dear Prince William & Prince Harry
Our thoughts and prayers are with you both at this very sad time in your lives. Diana was a very unique and special person, she touched the hearts of millions. Be assured, she will never be forgotten. We never had the chance to meet Diana, and we are very sad about that, but we are happy to know she is another bright star in heaven and we will meet her one day. We have many family and friends in heaven and we know they are all up there having a good time and looking down on us all, guiding us in a speical way as we progress through our lives. Diana is doing the same for you both, she will guide you along, just as she did while here with you. We wish you both to have the strength to carry on and be thankful that you had Diana for a mother . John Paul 11 said "A human being is a single being. Unique and unrepeatable." Diana fits into this very well.
Love to you both. Margaret & Tony Briggs, Collie, Western Australia

Canton, China.
From Michelle Chen [billy@paclink.net] on September 9, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,

"How strong your loneliness must feel now to lose a mother so young and so fair, so full of love...we are here to share your sorrow...we are also lost in Why, What For, and How."
"Please be strong, for I konw your mother will always be an angel looking out for both of you from heaven."

Canada
From Sheena Gibson [kauld@axionet.com] on September 9, 1997:

Princess Diana was without a doubt one of the most beautiful people this world will ever see. Although we were only blessed with her kind and unselfish ways for a short time, she will be remembered and spoken very highly of for many many years to come. I pray now that we have all learned to look a little more deeply into the love and open mindedness of Lady Diana and that we try to keep that same level of caring up to the standards that she worked so hard to maintain. Through all the grief and pain her passing has caused the many people who loved and admired her, we must never forget that she is finally at peace, never to be tormented by the ignorant and selfish people who never stopped to realize what a beautiful and intelligent woman they were hurting.

UK/ARGENTINA
From RICARDO CHANDLER [FPCHAND@IBM.NET] on September 9, 1997:

GRACIAS PO HABER ABIERTO LOS CORAZONES DE MILLONES DE PERSONAS, Y UNIRLAS AL MISMO TIEMPO.DIOS TE TENGA EN SU GLORIA,Y QUE ENCUENTRES A SU LADO LA PAZ QUE TANTO TE MERECES.
PRINCIPE WILLIAMS Y PRINCIPE HARRY, SIGAN ORGULLOSOS DE SU DECENDENCIA Y CONTINUEN LA GRAN OBRA DE AMOR QUE SUS MADRE COMENZO EN PERSONA, PERO QUE NO PUDO TERMINAR.
PRINCIPE WILLIAMS, NUNCA DEJE DE SONREIR, SU MADRE NUNCA LO HIZO, NI SIQUIERA EN LOS MOMENTOS MAS DIFICILES DE SU VISA; Y SU SONRISA ES IDENTICA A LA DE SU MADRE; CUIDE DE SU HERMANO MAS PEQUENO, EL LO VE COMO SU ROLL-MODEL.
PRINCESS DIANA I WILL MIIS YOU VERY, VERY MUCH...AND MY PREARS WILL BE ALWAYS WITH YOU AND YOUR SONS.
REST IN PEACE, YOU DID A LOT FOR ALL THE PEOPLE THAT YOU TOUCH OR SMILE TO IT. THANK YOU FOR GIVING ME A REASON TO FIGHT.
WE WILL MISS YOU, AND WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND ADMIRE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



japan
From maki sato [cinderella_11@hotmail.com] on September 9, 1997:

GOD LOVES YOU SO MUCH THAT HE CAN NO LONGER RESIST TAKING YOU AWAY FROM US.YOU'LL ALWAYS HAVE A PLACE IN MY HEART AND I BELIEVE WE WILL MEET AGAIN SOMEDAY......UP THERE.

Hong Kong
From Vincent Szeto [vincent_szeto@hotmail.com ] on September 9, 1997:

TO PRINCESS DIANA,

You are the Queen of the whole world.
You are the begining of dreams and hopes.
You had bought happiness, wishes and love to the world in the past 36 years!
Hope you can find what you want in the paradise!!!

Canada
From Jennifer Baker [glbaker@direct.ca] on September 9, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Harry,

You haven't lost your wonderful mother completely. She is with you both. The memories you have of her and everything you do that she taught you (even the smallest things like for example maybe when you were two she taught you how to brush your teeth so now you brush your teeth like her.),keeps her spirit alive.
Try talking to your best friend, that's what I do. Although she probably doesn't understand me because of all the crying that I'm doing, but it helps a whole lot. Well, William and Harry I wish there was something I could do or say to take away your pain but only time can do that, and I promise it will get better.

God be with you both,
Jen
(15,from Sidney, British Columbia)

Jakarta, INDONESIA
From Rina Arnolda Lalamentik [kcjkt1@cbn.net.id] on September 9, 1997:

Dear Prince William & Prince Harry,

I would like to express my deepest condolence of your Lovely Mummy passed away.

I always love your mother and I miss her so much.

God Blessing You...

With love,
Rina Arnola Lalamentik

USA
From The Gonzales Family [gonzalem@aspen.enmu.edu] on September 9, 1997:

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Spencer family and to Prine William and Prince Harry. Although we cannot say we know what you are going through we do offer our prayers and condolences. God bless and keep you, always. We loved and admired your mother for the compassion she showed to the sick, the dying, the poor, and the hungry. She was couragious and determined to change the world for the better. We will always admire her for her good works and for the love she has shown through you two young men. We love and pray for you daily.
Love, Mark, Kim, Shaylene, Brittany and Brian

USA
From Mary A. Grant [MRANT3929@AOL.COM] on September 9, 1997:

The Family of Diana, Princess of Whales

Our sincere condolences to you, especially Prince William and Prince Harry, to be at such a young age and experience such a tragedy, in the lose of your mother at such a young age. May the God of our being be with you!

Sincerely,

The Grant and Dawson Families

United States
From Tiffany on September 9, 1997:

Prince William and Prince Harry,
I'm sorry for your lose I know what it's like to lose my mother. I have found a way how I will always have her.. I hope you two both find a way also.. Just remember that you are why she was put on this earth and no that she loves you very much and no matter what the conditions are she always will love you that is what unconditional love is.. also remeber to keep her memory alive in your heart.. that is how I coped with my mothers dealth and I knowing that heavenly father wouldn't give anyone anything they couldn't handle... You two are in my Prayers and I hope the best for the both of you...
sincerly,
Tiffay

Ballinger, Tx USA
From Carla Cullum [cullum@wcc.net] on September 9, 1997:

Boys I just want you to Know that your mother meant the world to me..I will miss her very much.She was very special.Just keep me a promise that you will keep her memory alive by being a royal of the people it will get you far..Just remember God is with you and your mummy to see is an angel now and will always be with you until you meet her again one day in Heaven...Lots of Love and Prayers...God Bless

USA
From Rebecca Carrillo [cbeckie@nmsua.nmsu.edu] on September 8, 1997:

May God Bless you and keep you in this time of sadness. Her passing has affected us all. Her passion and constant desire to help humanity is greatly admired and remembered. She was a friend to the world.

Canada
From ANITA BRANDT [dbrandt@cnnet.com] on September 8, 1997:

TO WILLIAM AND HARRY I WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS MY DEEPEST SORROW FOR YOUR LOSS . PRINCESS DIANA WILL ALWAYS BE CARRIED WITH ME IN MY HEART , SHE WILL ALSO LIVE ON IN THE CHILDREN, I CAN NOT HELP BUT WONDER IF MY OWN DAUGHTER OF 8 MONTHS WILL NOT CAPTURE SOME OF THE SINCERE GOODNESS DIANA GAVE TO THE WORLD. TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER AND GOD BLESS YOU. SINCERLY YOURS ANITA BRANDT.

From JY [jysia@pl.jaring.my] on September 8, 1997:

we never appreciated her,never did love her,until now only we feel the pain...
she ever said that princess ann and prince andrew too are working very hard for britain and the charity,say thank u to them before it's too late.
lastly,thanx to paparrazi,for leaving the young william and harry alone.

Australia
From ryan bloxsom [bloxrya@tlc.qld.edu.au] on September 8, 1997:

Waaaaaaaaaaaaa! I miss her so much!! Whyd she have to leave??? HELP.

Philippines
From Eric & Joyce [cireys@webquest.com] on September 8, 1997:

To Our beloved PRINCESS,
We know that you're very happy with the Lord right now. We can't forget all the things that you've done here on earth especially for the less fortunate ones. You're everlasting kindness and love for the people will always be cherished. WE'LL MISS YOU !!! ALWAYS ...

THAILAND
From MISSJIRAPHAN RATTANAMALAYA. [JIRAR@USA.NET] on September 8, 1997:

YOU ARE THE QUEEN OF HEARTS.

United States
From Kathy McInturff [kmcinturff@greene.xtn.net] on September 8, 1997:

Princes William and Harry, Earl Spenser, Diana's sisters and mother, and all of the people of Britian have my sincerest condolence on the loss of a woman of such grace, beauty, and compassion. The world is a better place for her having been in it, and her acts of kindness and humanity will contiue to live and grow. I never would have believed that it was possible for me to be so grief-stricken over the death of someone I never knew personally, never met, and probably never would have met. The fact that she had that affect on a whole world full of people speaks volumes. If those of us who never had the privilege of knowing the Princess of Wales are affected in such a way, I cannot imagine the grief her loss has had on her sons and the British people.

May God be with her family and your nation during this time.

Kathy McInturff

MALAYSIA
From NEEZAM [YYH@PC.JARING.MY] on September 8, 1997:

MY LOVE FOR YOU WILL NEVER DIE.
I LUV U,DIANA...GOODBYE FOREVER.

USA
From Jeff and Denise Blackford [jeff-bluetube@usa.net] on September 8, 1997:

We are an average American family struggling to raise 6 boys with values of savility and respect in a world where these words more often have fallen by the wayside. We will always recall Diana as a shining example of the values which we seek to portray to our family as normalcy, rather than the exception. We think of Diana as a normal, yet exceptional woman, placed in an exceptional situation with the ability to raise above all of the glamor, strife, diplomacy, and struggle to see the true light, and glow in its presence. It is our loss that we never knew her personally, though we feel we knew her values, and through those, perhaps we knew some of her.

If we are judged by God, not by our deeds but rather by how we influence others, then we fully expect to see Diana sitting in a prominent seat near God himself when we finally have the privledge of meeting her. Until then, Diana, we will miss you but remember you in our hearts.

All of our love to Diana, her beautiful childern, and her loving family. We hope that you, too, can see through to the true light in this time of strife.

USA
From Diana Brink [gbrink@isbe.accessus.net] on September 8, 1997:

William and Harry,
You both are in our prayers as you bravely live your lives without your beloved mother. Your lives will be a blessing as she lives on in both of you. May your faith in God and your loving memories of your mother give you the strenght you need to "fight the good fight."


From Anonymous on September 8, 1997:

Dearest Diana,

We miss your love, your strength and your beautiful smile that brightened the lives of all. We looked upon you as the true rose of England and of the world around you who you so dearly embraced with love and kindness. Sympathy and compassion.
You were the " People's Princess" for sure. The world will always love for who you were and who you are remembered as.

U.S.A
From The Arnold family [elizabeth.arnold@snet.net] on September 8, 1997:

We wish to express our most sincere condolences.Your mother was an insperation to us all.If we could be even half the human being she was this world would be so much nicer.I wish I could have had the pleasure of knowing her.Please try to take comfort in your wonderful memories the world will never forget her. GOD BLESS YOU

Canada
From Gennie D. [aplus@pathcom.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Harry,

Remember that God loves you and if you ever need someone He is always there. Call upon him and draw close to his strength and love.

I love you and you will always have my prayers, thoughts and of course, my love.
Gennie D.

USA
From Patrick N. Kaune [kaune@juno.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dianna, your compassion and committment to the many causes you stood for will truly be missed worldwide..we pray for your children in their time of sorrow and that they may pick up your torch and carry on in your name. May God hold you close always......

CANADA
From CHANTAL GENEVIEVE DEMERS [aplus@pathcom.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Harry,
Your mother, Diana Princess of Wales was a remarkable woman of great compassion and love for you and the people around her. She loved the rich and the poor, the strong and the weak, but I bieleve , most of all, she loved and always will love you.
Never forget what your mother represented as a woman, a princess and a mother.

Love always, Chantal Demers

USA
From Karin Sims [ssnoopyy69@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

It is Monday, Sept. 8, 1997, just a little over a week since the entire world suffered a great loss with the death of Princess Diana. I am sure no one feels that loss greater than Prince William and Prince Harry. Located in a place far away and somewhat removed from the tragedy, it still has had an amazing effect on me. Mostly because two young boys lost a mother they dearly loved and a mother that loved them the same. I only hope her family will keep the promise made to see to a proper and happy upbringing of the two boys. They so deserve what their mother wanted and tried to give them. To Prince William and Prince Harry, keep the memory of your mother strong in your heart and you will always carry her with you.

U.S.A.
From LORI MORSE [LORIM0418@AOL.COM] on September 8, 1997:

Diana;
The work that you have done has inspired many,touched many, and helped many. I only pray that your children have the same passion that you had. You will be missed!

CANADA
From CHANTAL GENEVIEVE DEMERS [aplus@pathcom.com] on September 8, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Harry,
Your mother, Diana Princess of Wales was a remarkable woman of great compassion and love for you and the people around her. She loved the rich and the poor, the strong and the weak, but I bieleve , most of all, she loved and always will love you.
Never forget what your mother represented as a woman, a princess and a mother.

Love always, Chantal Demers

USA
From Jillian Joy P. Requiza [Jillian.Requiza@washcoll.edu] on September 8, 1997:

As someone who absolutely respected, admired, and loved Princess Di, the pain of her death is something that I feel deeply. She was a survivor who showed that world what she was made of and was never afraid to go the extra mile or to push the line further. My prayers go out to her family, especially Prince William and Harry, whom her love for was always apparent, her friends, her nation, and the world that has lost this bright light. She was not only Britain's princess, but the world's. While I never knew her personally, I always felt a very strong connection to her, nonetheless. She will forver live in my memory and my heart.

Italy
From Doriana e Matteo Marco [challey@mbox.vol.it] on September 8, 1997:

Diana, il tuo ricordo sarà sempre vivo
nelle nostre menti e nei nostri cuori.

USA
From Angie Eichten [aekg2221@aol.com] on September 8, 1997:

My heart goes out to Prince William and Prince Harry. May you follow in your beautiful mother's footsteps. She was an exceptional lady who will be missed by the world.

United States of America
From Krystal Yarbrough [KY11902@WCU.edu] on September 8, 1997:

One of my fondest childhood memories is telling my mother that I wanted to be a princess after seeing a picture of Diana on her wedding day. I admired her strength and courage and will always hold her memory close to my heart.

Russian Federation
From Anonymous [rfc@kaluga.ru] on September 8, 1997:

so sorry

usa
From marty [william@pionet.net] on September 8, 1997:

WIILIAM AND HENERY YOUR MOTHER IS IN GODS HANDS NOW,
AND BOTH ARE LOOKING AFTER YOU.

WITH LOVE
MARTY

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