Condolences #801 - #900
9/10/97 - 9/11/97
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U.S.A
From Amy Carlson [amylou@bright.net] on September 11, 1997:

Dear William & Harry,
If you would every like to talk witha person that new you mother as a women and Priness and a great mother please E-mail Me @
amylou@bright.net
Iam 15 Form Dayton Ohio,U.S.A
Amy Carlson
:-) :-(

United States
From Jenise Susan on September 11, 1997:

I offer my condolences to the people of Wales. It is a sorrowful tragedy to face.

United States of America
From L. Hansen on September 11, 1997:

To Princes William and Harry,
Please know that all the world is thinking of you at this most difficult time in your lives. Your mother was a truly wonderful human being who did as many truly wonderful things for the worlds charities in her short life as she possibly could. She was truly an unselfish and giving person in a day and age when people with these qualities are becoming fewer and fewer. She will be missed but her memory will live on forever.
I sympathize with you and am glad that you have many happy memories of your mother that you will be able to cherish and reflect on as you grow.
May God bless you both and look over you now and always.

North America
From Amy Carlson [amylou@bright.net] on September 11, 1997:

Dear William Harry and Spencer famley,
You shurrley have lost Englands only Rose. Your Mother William and Harry was a great loving kind person. I now think as Lady Dina a role modle. some one that will never leave my hart as well as yours.

North America
From Amy Carlson [amylou@bright.net] on September 11, 1997:

We will always love you with all of our love for the wonderfull thangs you have done.
Dear William I thank you are a Great prince and will make a Great king some day. Iam so sorry for the lost of you mother, she was a great lady .

ps. Wills i thank your very handsum.
Amy
Wilss if so E-mail me at amylou@bright.net

Harare, Zimbabwe
From Hilary Speight on September 11, 1997:

A light of the world gone so suddenly! I will always remember Princess Diana for her kindness, love and generosity, someone never afraid to show emotion. William and Harry, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time, thank you for sharing your mother with me - she's a mom to be proud of!

U.S.A.
From Maria T. Gagliardo-Speer [mtspeer@msn.com] on September 11, 1997:

My heart is sad at the loss of one so young and beautiful with 2 children who had so much to offer the world. I cry when I think of never seeing or hearing of you again. You were the fairy tale, the modern romance novel, the hope of happily ever after, to so many of us.
I know you are looking down at us from heaven, smiling at how all of your good deeds are remembered and carried on!
You will always hold a special place in my heart as 'Her Royal Highness Princes Diana'.
God bless your family!

England
From Andrew Broderick [broderick@thecafe.co.uk] on September 11, 1997:

A tragic and needless loss of a wonderful person .... England's Rose is a very fitting description. I hope this also serves to hammer home the message about drinking and driving.

We love you Diana and will never forget you.

Andy & Theresa Broderick

Toronto, Ontario, CANADA
From Peter, Barbara and Sarah-anne Whitaker [BWhitake@octonline.com] on September 11, 1997:

We would like to send our deepest sympathy to Prince William and Prince Harry upon the death of their Mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. She was a shining example of everything good in the world for those who loved her, those who knew her, those who met her, and those like ourselves who admired and respected her.

To the people of England, we share your sorrow, and anger at the death of Princess Diana. She was, and will always be in our memory, the very essence of everything that is England. We grieved with you during the week following her death, shared in your sorrow and tributes, and her funeral, if only via our television and in our hearts.

She will be deeply missed but never forgotten.


USA
From Maureen Crouse [mcrouse@educ.odedodea.edu] on September 11, 1997:

My heart felt condolences to William and Harry for the loss of their mother and to their family members. Diana will always remain in our hearts as a true spirit for "the people". She was a model for us all to emulate. We'll miss her deeply but know she is watching over us daily. I know you boys will make her proud!
Maureen & Patrick

USA
From Judy Clark [msweid@iglou.com] on September 11, 1997:

Princes William and Harry,
I wish to send our deepest sympathies
to you both at your time of great sorrow. As you both are aware your mother was a beacon of light to the world, and she will be greatly missed even by those who never knew her.

America
From Ellen Ward [epward@montgomery.com] on September 11, 1997:

A bright light has gone out. My deepest sympathy to William and Harry. My her love and guidance keep them strong, even though she is not here on earth, but we know she is with them in spirit. Remember her good works and try and copy them. She will be missed but will always be remembered.

united states
From michael arrington [rangemadness@msn.com] on September 11, 1997:

I wish to express my sorrow to the people of England on the loss of Diana, Princess of Wales. That loss is also profound here in the United States. Even though many people here never met or even got to see her in person, they still feel a great loss.

Colombia
From Silvia Zarate [zarate_s528@cesa.edu.co] on September 11, 1997:

Prince William and Prince Harry:
I'm really sorry about yours mother death. Your road to follow is the north, never look back and make your wishes come true.
sincerely,
Silvia Zárate.


USA
From Tamara Bennett [BadBarbie2@aol.com] on September 11, 1997:

I didn't realize exactly how much Princess Diana meant to me until she was
gone, something that I probably share in common with many, many people. I
can't say for sure exactly what it was about her that I found so
magical...maybe it was that she seemed to be almost an older sister to me,
the older sister that I never had, going off and living a sort of a dream
life. Whatever it was, and whatever else comes out of this, Diana's death has
taught me a few things. For one, never again will I allow anyone to have such
power over me, the way my mother used to, to such an extent that I give up
something so completely....my parents never approved of much of anything that
I did, and my fascination with Princess Diana was no different. I used to
collect newspaper clippings of Diana when I was in my early teens...kept a
scrapbook where I pasted pictures and articles. I bought old magazines at
garage sales and a friend of mine even gave me a book about Diana from
England. Now I was kind of a homely kid and had let my hair grow down to my
back, never doing anything with it, and my parents constantly urged me to get
a haircut, change the way I dressed and so on...they even made fun of me like
the kids I went to school with. I finally agreed to have my hair cut, like,
you guessed it, Princess Diana's....My mother told me to find a picture and
that we would have my hair cut like it. Well we got to the parking lot of Bo
Ric's or whatever it was and she asked me to see the picture that I had
chosen. She took one look at the picture of
Diana that I had chosen and said(and I will never forget her exact words),
"Your silent worship of that woman is sickening." Well, as you can imagine I
felt like she had run a knife through me, but it was too late to back out of
having my hair cut. For months I had to go around with my short hair and my
mother humiliating me at every turn, telling people how sick I was for having
it cut like Princess Diana's. Needless to say I dropped my hobby like a hot
potato, giving away all of my clippings and leaving Diana behind for what
seemed like would be forever...until a few weeks ago when I decided to rid
myself of the shackles that I had worn so long and do something for myself by
getting that Princess Diana bride doll that I wanted so badly. Who knows
what would have happened if I had not done what seemingly placated my
insatiable mother by so completely removing myself from something I
loved....maybe I would have met
Diana, or maybe my life would have taken a different turn for one reason or
another. I'll never know, but I do know that I'll never let it happen
again....I have learned that I must try to please myself, whether I'm buying
Barbies or putting pictures of the late princess on my wall or what was it
Kevin said, something about putting jello in your underwear and singing
showtunes in the middle of Macy's...in the end I am the one who I have to
live with, and no one else...certainly not my mother, who has mellowed
considerably in recent years but still does not understand me...I've learned
that the tabloids are not the harmless bits of subculture that I once
considered them to be. They are instead harmful, hurtful pieces of absolute
garbage that in some cases can actually kill....I don't know what else I can
say about that.....most importantly I have learned to empathize with people
that I never empathized with before. I never understood it when my teachers
cried when the space shuttle exploded, why people cried when Elvis died, why
they cried for JFK....sadly now I can say I understand. Even now as I watch
the funeral I find myself becoming choked up. I used to sort of snicker at
people who cried at Elvis's grave at Graceland and now I find myself planning
a trip to England in a year or two to lay flowers at the grave of my beloved
princess. I hope God forgives me for my incomprehension of the pain of
others...the lesson He has taught me through Diana's this week has been a
harsh one. May she rest in peace...God I shall miss her.

Netherlands
From Janneke Boxman on September 11, 1997:

My deepest condolences with your terrible loss.

United States
From Diana & Elisabeth Le Roi [elizabeth.leroi@snet.net] on September 11, 1997:

I have always told my daughter that she was something special because she shared her name with the Princess. The Princess was one of the most important people in our lifetime and I would like to say that no one can replace her and the English royal family doesn't know what they have lost.

UNITED STATES
From SORIANO FAMILY on September 11, 1997:

We are deeply saddened by the loss of such a beautiful person. Princess Diana has accomplished more in her short life than anyone of us could ever imagine. She was not only a "celebrity", but a humanitarian and most importantly, a devoted mother. Her memory and legend will live on forever. Once in a lifetime there comes a person with such natural charisma and charm, and Princess Di was such an individual. She will be missed greatly around the world and there will never be another one like her. Please accept our heart felt condolences. Princess Di will always be in the prayers and thoughts of people around the world.

usa
From Tammy Drew [seabrk@nh.ultrsnet.com] on September 11, 1997:

William & Harry,
Your mothers life and death has touch my heart in ways I can not even describe. I have never meet her, but admired her. She was a beautiful women, and cared so deeply about her work.
My heart breaking for you. You have been in my prayers.
Take you time to grieve, remember and cherish her, always. Her light will always shine, and her brightness is shining on you.
May she rest in peace.

Singapore
From Catherine Chia [juliet84@rocketmail.com] on September 11, 1997:

To: Prince William, Prince Harry, the Spencer Family and all in grief
Please do not feel too sad by the Princess' death. It's all a part of life and I'm sure the Princess do not want you to grief and grief but instead, be like her. Have her heart of compassion and do good, not for her sake but for the poor people that the Princess cared for.
She's now in heaven and enjoying the many gifts and blessings the Lord as for her in heaven. So, do not be saddened but be like the princess!
Lets remember her in all our prayers and may her memory never fade.

U.S.A.
From Dr. and Mrs. Sami Juma [educational@earthlink.net] on September 11, 1997:

We have two beautiful sons and I can only imagine that you must have been your mother's final thoughts as her soul left this world. She is with God now...make her proud as she looks upon you. Someday you will see her again. Bless her memory by your good deeds. You will be in our prayers!

México City
From Margot S. de Mercado [rmercado@mail.internet.com.mx] on September 11, 1997:

Por este medio, quiero expresar mis mas sinceras condolencias no solo a los principes William y Harry sino a todo el mundo, ya que la humanidad entera ha perdido a una maravillosa persona. La princesa Diana, extraodinaria persona a la cual siempre admire y siempre recordare con profundo respeto y cariño.
Margot S. de Mercado

United States of America
From Michael Thomas [MikeGRP@AOL.COM] on September 11, 1997:

William and Harry,
Your mother has been stolen from our world, but her smile, her energy, and her compassion for the people can never be stolen from our hearts.
As you carry on with your lives take time to look at what she has done for the world. Look at the billions of peoples hearts that she has touched and the millions of people who she was able to help.
She has given you both many gifts. The gift of life, the gift of spirit, the gift of love and the gift of compassion. Do not let theese gifts go to waste. Use them to carry her torch so that more generations are able to reap the benifits that we have.

Do not let anyone stand in your way of making your dreams come true. Your mother is sadly missed but never forgotten.

If ever you feel the need to comunicate with someone in the United States who is not much older than the two of you, do not hesitate to use my E-Mail adress, I will be more than happy to just listen if you need to talk, give advice or be a friend.

God Bless You Both..........@->--------

México City
From Raquel Zonana [rmercado@mail.internet.com.mx] on September 11, 1997:

PRINCE WILLIAM, HARRY AND SPENCER FAMILY:
I REALLY FEEL THE GREAT LOSE OF PRINCESS DIANA, WHO NEVER HELESS I NEVER KNEW HER PERSONALLY I FEEL HER AS A VERY CLOSE PERSON AN EXEPTIONAL WOMAN AND AN IRREPETIBLE HUMAN BEING.
WITH GREAT SORROW
RAQUEL ZONANA

USA
From Tamara Bennett [BadBarbie2@aol.com] on September 11, 1997:

Subj: What I've learned
Date: 97-09-06 06:31:12 EDT
From: BadBarbie2

I didn't realize exactly how much Princess Diana meant to me until she was gone, something that I probably share in common with many, many people. I can't say for sure exactly what it was about her that I found so magical...maybe it was that she seemed to be almost an older sister to me, the older sister that I never had, going off and living a sort of a dream life. Whatever it was, and whatever else comes out of this, Diana's death has taught me a few things. For one, never again will I allow anyone to have such power over me, the way my mother used to, to such an extent that I give up something so completely....my parents never approved of much of anything that I did, and my fascination with Princess Diana was no different. I used to collect newspaper clippings of Diana when I was in my early teens...kept a scrapbook where I pasted pictures and articles. I bought old magazines at garage sales and a friend of mine even gave me a book about Diana from England. Now I was kind of a homely kid and had let my hair grow down to my back, never doing anything with it, and my parents constantly urged me to get a haircut, change the way I dressed and so
on...they even made fun of me like the kids I went to school with. I finally agreed to have my hair cut, like, you guessed it, Princess Diana's....My mother told me to find a picture and that we would have my hair cut like it. Well we got to the parking lot of Bo Ric's or whatever it was and she

México City
From Amelia Cohen [rmercado@mail.internet.com.mx] on September 11, 1997:

DEAR PRINCE WILLIAM, HARRY AND SPENCER FAMILY:
i SINCERELY FEEL THE GREAT LOSE OF YOUR MOTHER AND SISTER, BECAUSE SHE WAS A MARAVELOUS PERSON WHO ALWAYS WAS IN SEARCH OF HAPPINESS.
YOURS TRULY
AMELIA COHEN

United States of America
From Michael Thomas [MikeGRP@AOL.COM] on September 11, 1997:

William and Harry, Your mother was a wonderful person. She was energetic and beautiful. She had a heart of gold. But most of all she was a compassionate woman, she truly cared about the people and truly wanted to make a difference in our modern world. As you have seen over the past two weeks, she had the power to touch millions hearts. You both have the same power and are capable of carrying your mothers tourch by simply being as true, as real and as compassionate as she was to the people. Diana will be remembered by all as the Queen of Peoples Hearts and a great humanitarian. Now it is your turn to continue her legacy. If you ever need to talk to an American that is not much older than the two of you, you have my E-Mail Address.
God Bless You All @-}--------

mexico
From silvia muñoz-coats [silvia@sinfo.net] on September 11, 1997:

I speak on behalf of thousands of mexicans that feel very sad because of princess Diana death. We admired her beauty, but specially her great heart full of love and compassion.

She will always keep a place in our hearts.


Australia
From Christine [eetine@hotmail.com] on September 10, 1997:

I write in remembrance of the only Princess well loved by the whole Nation. She represented love and hope in their purest form.

I pray not for her as she is now 'free', but for her sons who need her now more than ever. I pray that GOD will grant them the strength, comfort and wisdom they will need - without their mother.

I am glad that the newspapers have decided to grant the boys the space and privacy they need - just like any other children. This is an answered prayer which I hope will be a promise to last.

GOD BLESS PRINCE WILLIAM AND PRINCE HARRY!

USA
From Vonderfecht family [Vonder@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

Princes William and Harry
Words can't begin to express how deeply saddened we were to hear about the death of your truly wonderful mother. May God bless you and sustain you through this trying time. Our thoughts and prayers are and will be forever with you.

Canada
From Marcel Lefebvre [j.marcel@videotron.ca] on September 10, 1997:

We have lost a great Lady.
We want to let you know, William and Harry, that we deeply sympatise with you.
Marcelle and Marcel

U.S.A.
From Caliann [GB2Cali@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

William and Harry,
A mother like yours is a necessity at this time of your life. Being of the same age, your grief is unimaginable. It's times like these that you remember the words heard before, "that which does not kill us, only makes us stronger." I hope you grow to be stronger young men because of your loss.

U.S.A.
From Caliann [GB2Cali@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

So tragic and sudden, that never a day will go by without thinking of the immense loss

USA
From katie oldham [pboldham@shore,.intercom. net] on September 10, 1997:

Dear Princes William and Harry,
I am very sorry for your loss. I am 15 and I can't begin to feel your pain. Your mother was a great humanitarian. she will be sorely missed.

USA
From katie oldham [pboldham @ shore. intercom.net] on September 10, 1997:

I am very sorry for your loss. Diana was a great humanitarian. She will be missed.

USA
From Miss Dale Johnson [capraette@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

Princes William and Harry,

Your mother was an embodiment of beauty and grace, ingenuousness and decency. A selfless, compassionate, and humble servant of all humanity. Her legacy will live on, for the world will know the time when her undaunting devotion to grooming you both to be "princes of the people", and her equally undaunting commitment to preparing you, Prince William, to be King of England come to fruition. A precious, cherished treasure of sensitivity, tenderness, and conviction, her wisdom was too painfully acquired, so eloquently shared. No one need wonder her raison d'etre.

United States
From Bonnie Potter [MD828@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

Prince William and Prince Harry,

To express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother and the Princess of Hearts to the rest of the world.
I certainly share your sorrow and I hope that you keep her memory alive by following closely in her footsteps.

With Special Thoughts,

Bonnie Potter

USA
From Miss Dale Johnson [capraette@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

Princes William and Harry,

Your mother was an embodiment of beauty and grace, ingenuousness and decency. A selfless, compassionate, and humble servant of all humanity. Her legacy will live on, for the world will know the time when her undaunting devotion to grooming you both to be "princes of the people", and her equally undaunting commitment to preparing you, Prince William, to be King of England come to fruition. A precious, cherished treasure of sensitivity, tenderness, and conviction, her wisdom was too painfully acquired, so eloquently shared. No one need wonder her raison d'etre.

USA
From Marilyn M Bledsoe [mbledsoe@ccboe.net] on September 10, 1997:

Thank your for sharing with all of us the joy and beauty of your mother. I think that anyone who ever saw her was touched by the sincerity of her caring. I have three boys myself and I am a teacher of young boys. Always remember who you are and who she was. God bless you and all your family.

USA
From Sandi Dougherty [skdough@richmond.infi.net] on September 10, 1997:

May it comfort you to know that your grief is shared by the entire world.
Her memory will never fade. She brought joy and happiness to so many. May she find peace and happiness now.

USA
From Miss Dale Johnson [capraette@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

Princes William and Harry,

Your mother was an embodiment of beauty and grace, ingenuousness and decency. A selfless, compassionate, and humble servant of all humainty. Her legacy will live on, for the world will know the time when her undaunting devotion to grooming you each to be "princes of the people" and her equally undaunting commitment to preparing you, Prince WIlliam, to be King of England come to fruition. A precious, cherished treasure of sensitivity, tenderness, and conviction, her wisdom was too painfully acquired, so eloquently shared. No one need wonder her raison d'etre.

Trinidad/USA
From Caroline Valance [reanty@msn.com] on September 10, 1997:

Princess Diana held a very special place in my heart and I am greatly saddened by her passing. My most sincere condolences to Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and all of her family and acquaintences.

woodland park,colorado USA
From Ray,Rhonda & Brittany Watts [wattsr@earthlink.net] on September 10, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry
We are so sorry to hear about your mother's passing. If you ever want to talk.Here is our home phone#719-687-8239
e-mail address is wattsr@earthlink.net
And don't worry we will not tell anyone
we are talking,sometimes family just don't understand. So talking to somebody else is better.
By the way, Harry: Happy Birthday

U.S.A.
From Sharon Tejada [earvsmom@webtv.net] on September 10, 1997:

We are all still in shock it is hard to believe she is gone i never met her but she had a heart of gold may God be with her and her children.
you are in our prayers.

USA
From Tanya Swaim [jpalmert@concentric.net] on September 10, 1997:

Dear HRH Prince William and HRH Prince Harry

I have waited until a few days has passed to send my condolances, because the last few days have been such a whirlwind for you two. You will have to reflect very soon on all that has happened to your country, your father
Prince Charles but most of all, you must take time for yourselves to grieve for yourselves. I have 3 boys of my own,
a 21 year old, 19 year old and a 14 year old. My life would not be complete without them, so I know that your life will never be the same without your mother. She might have the Diana - Princess of Wales but she was your "Mummy" first and foremost.
I have the most upmost respect for you two, because you have to endure the public thru a camera lens and also before your father who in all essences, will one day soon rule the British Monarch. I have no idea what the feelings are that you might feel, but always remember one thing -- Diana your mother loved you more than life itself.
She would have done anything for you two
boys, and now it is up to you to look after one another. My words probably
don't mean much because I am sure that you have been overwhelmed with all these messages. Just take your time while reading them because one day they will bring you great comfort. My prayers are with you daily, because I know that you will miss your mother dearly because without my sons, my life would be so empty.
One last thing that you can remember is that by living on, you carry your mother with you no matter where you are. Up in heaven she is smiling down on you right now by the way you took charge of your feelings for her and her funeral. She would be proud to call you two her beloved sons. In compassion for you today, Tanya 9/10/97
3654 Tech Avenue
Winston-Salem, NC 27107
USA

united states
From addie roberts [addietude8@hotmail.com] on September 10, 1997:

To William and Harry,
I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother truely was a fine lady and role model... I remember staying up and watching her wedding..it truely sadden me when I stayed up to watch her final goodbye. May the Lord bless you in everything you do..and always remeber your mohter... deepest sympathy..addie roberts

PHILIPPINES
From Precious Ramos [pre@skyinet.net] on September 10, 1997:

I'm so sad for the accident that brought Princess Diana to her death.For Princes William and Harry, Dont ever give up, smile, and be happy for your Mom's lost.
She's not fully satisfied here with us but with God, She will now be able to live with her privacy.In the behalf of my Grandfather, condolence......

Precious Ramos
Philippines

miami,florida USA
From The Patrylo Family [patrylm@mail.firn.edu] on September 10, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,
We are so very sorry to hear the tragic news of your mother's death. She was a wonderful young woman and her loss will be felt around the world. God bless you both and your entire family. We are thinking of you. Always, the Patrylo Family
David, Melissa and Morgan

Australia
From Rebecca [roberth@pas.com.au] on September 10, 1997:

I would like to send my greatest sympathy on the death of the princess.
William and Harry I am so sorry for your lose. My heart is with you.
Rebecca

USA
From Kelly Shikany [kshika19@purduenc.edu] on September 10, 1997:

I am immensely sorry for the death of your princess. It must be of some consolation that she was so loved by all. My prayers are with her boys.

Canada
From Natisha Patel on September 10, 1997:

This tradegy has deeply touched my heart. I feel for the sons of Princess Di, and for the Fayed family. Princess Di was a extraordinary woman who enlightened many people in this world. Thank-you very much.

U.S.A.
From Macdonald Family on September 10, 1997:

Dearest Diana, You will alway be our Queen Of Hearts. Your beloved sons Prince William and Prince Harry are you living legacy and will carry on your traits. You are a beautiful and kind person and you will be deeply missed.

United States of America
From Joan and Matt Ansert on September 10, 1997:

Our deepest condolences to William and Harry on the loss of their mother. What a wonderful person she was and we want to say remember all of the good things she did for all of us. We loved her in life and will continue to love her in death for all she has done for the whole world.

usa
From scot,micinda,whitney,zayne carney [carneyws@netunlimited.net] on September 10, 1997:

William and Harry
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. You two brothers will need to stay close to each other. always love each
other. The relationship you two have will watched by all, so be wise in all that you do, and be strong for your mother...and your father. It is always
sad when you lose someone, but like i tell my children, always love your family, because family is really all you got in this world.
God be with you both,
love
the carney's

usa
From Becky Patterson [cwpatt@infinet.com] on September 10, 1997:

My heartfelt condolences to the children and family of Princess Diana.

Puerto Rico
From M.Soto [gitana@hotmail.com] on September 10, 1997:

To Prince William andPrince Harry:
If you ever read this note I would like you to know, how loved your beutiful mother was, please never forget that. Never forget that around the world are people like me that sincerely enjoyed the presence of Princess Diana and her presence and work and air of hope that she brings to all of us. I don't mean that you have to become like the Princess, because the most beutiful gift for her is to see from heaven that her boys became independent,sensitives and strong men. I know the pain you're going through no words can describe it. I'm trully sorry about what happened and my best wishes for the young Princes always.

Finland
From Leena Nurminen [Pekka.Nurminen@SPNOY.PP.FI] on September 10, 1997:

God bless you and keep you, princes William and Harry. May your lives be guided by the loving kindness of your dear Mother, Princess Diana. The memory of a caring heart shall never die!

Leena Nurminen
Leena Nurminen

England
From theresa broderick [broderick@thecafe.co.uk] on September 10, 1997:

To prince's William and Harry,
first of all my condolances on the loss of your Mum. I along with the rest of the world am still in shock over the loss of such a fantastic person even though I was never lucky enough to meet her I still feel like I have lost a friend. I can't even begin to imagine how the both of you must feel at this awful time. Watching you at the funeral on saturday made me realise just how much like your mum you both are she would have been very very proud of the both of you.
may god bless you both

USA
From Cathi Marshall on September 10, 1997:

Although I never met Princess Diana, I was deeply affected by her death. It became a time when the whole world came together to express their sorrow at the loss of such a loved woman and mother. My deepest sympathy goes out to Prince William and Prince Harry during this time in both their lives. I would just like the Princes to know that America loved her too and will miss her greatly. She was not only a loving mother, but also a role model for the world as well. Elton John said it best when he called her "England's Rose" and that she will remain.

USA
From Kathryn Sharp [naturepic@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

My deepest condolences to Prince William, Prince Harry and the Spencer Family. Your loss is shared throughout the world. Someday I hope that I will be able to think of Princess Diana without tears forming. May you reach that place also.

USA
From Cleo Campbell [cac6@psu.edu] on September 10, 1997:

Dear William and Harry:

Please accept my sincere sympathy on the
loss of your mother. You were very fortunate to have had a mother like her.
There are many children in the world who
do not feel or who have never felt the love and warmth of a mother such as yours. You were her very life, and she was fortunate to have had two such wonderful sons. Those who have loved and admired your mother share your grief and hope that in time you will come to truly appreciate the wonderful woman she was and the love she showed you and the world. May she rest in peace.

United States
From Judy Hall [jlhall@actionisp.net] on September 10, 1997:

My deepest sympathy to Prince William and Harry on the loss of your mother. I did not realize how many hearts the Princess touched.....she was truly a wonderful giving person and most of all a caring and loving mother.

Rosedale, Indiana
From Michelle L. Swick [extswick@ruby.indstate.edu] on September 10, 1997:



On behalf of my family and myself, our prayers go out to the Royal Family, especially Prince William and Prince Harry and to the Spencers. May all of you find the comfort of knowing that Diana is in eternal serenity.

God Bless.....

Sincerely,

Michelle Swick

Canadian
From Amanda Bil [709881@ican.net] on September 10, 1997:

Dear the Royal family,

I'm very sorry for your loss....Diana was a very caring person and the world now has a tragic loss. Diana was the most caring, kind, helpful person and the world, including me will miss her very much. I hope that William and Harry will grow up to be like their mother.

Sincerly,
Amanda Bil

Whitewater, Wisconsin USA
From Don, Marlene ,Raven an Donnie Molisee [mmolisee@idcnet.com] on September 10, 1997:

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Royal Family,It's hard to lose someone you love at such a young age. The void is never filled. Princess Diana will always be remembered all over the world.

I feel Diana has made her sons Prince William and Prince Harry strong and they will be able to take on any obstacles just like their mother.

Our prayers go out to Prince William and Prince Harry in their time of sorrow .

Sincerely
The Molisee family
Raven , Donnie, Marlene and Donald

USA
From David and Nila Kaftal [frogs@northcoast.com] on September 10, 1997:

Our tears, our prayers, our heartfelt condolences go out Princes William
and Harry, and to the entire British nation. We are stunned. Words
fail us. The world has lost a great soul.

England
From Mrs Maxine Edwards [m_m_sandgate@.com.] on September 10, 1997:

We just wanted to say how sad we are at Diana's tragic death -we shall miss her greatly. She was a bright star in our humdrum lives. We hope William & Harry will, in time, overcome the loss of their mother. We know it will be difficult for them, but they must take solace, that we and the British public, will always support and cherish them in tribute to Diana's celebrated life.

CHICAGO IL. U.S.A
From BEATA TETTLETON on September 10, 1997:

EVEN THOUGH I DID NOT KNOW HER PERSONALY, I FEEL AS IF I LOST MY BEST FRIEND. SHE WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART.MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES TO PRINCES WILLIAM AND HARRY. SINCERELY, BEATA TETTLETON

Charleston, SC (USA)
From Sasha Jade Azevedo [AZEVEDO@worldnet.att.net] on September 10, 1997:

Darling Diana,

Your love & compassion for others is living proof to this world that even
ONE person CAN make a difference!!
You are a TRUE lady to your word and
you will always remain a special princess in our hearts. Your mother
is looking down on her two little princes... she loves you William and Harry, and so do the people.
God Bless You Always

Santa Barbara, California USA
From Lynnette Nievares [lyn@ghs.com] on September 10, 1997:

simply, my deepest sympathies go out to the family of Princess Diana...especially Princes William -n- Harry. Your mother lives through you. May God bless you always...

Sincerely,

Lynnette Nievares

USA
From Sandra K. Whitaker on September 10, 1997:

My heart goes out to Princess Diana's family, especially Princes William and Harry. It's very difficult to explain to someone why this death has been so hard for me. Thanks to the family for sharing her with us across the world. She will be missed every day!

Germany
From Jens Heinig [jheinig1@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

Diana ist viel zu früh von uns gegangen, möge sie in unseren Erinnerungen ewig leben!

U.S.A
From BEATA TETTLETON on September 10, 1997:

EVEN THOUGH I DID NOT KNOW HER PERSONALY, I FEEL AS IF I LOST MY BEST FRIEND. SHE WILL BE REMEMBERED ALWAYS.HER SONS ARE IN MY THOUGHTS.

United States
From Angi Hyre [angi@neumedia.net] on September 10, 1997:

Princess Diana - I did not know you personally but my impression of you was that you possessed many wonderful qualities which makes me feel much admiration for you. I will remember you as a beautiful, devoted and most compassionate woman who looked so genuinely sincere with every smile. You possessed fully all the characteristics I think of when I hear the word "Princess". You will forever be remembered and your sons will be in my prayers.

USA
From MARIA CARMEN HERREA ANDREWS [MARIA@ACCD.EDU] on September 10, 1997:

CONDOLENCES ON THE LOST OF YOUR MOTHER
PRINCESS DIANA OF WALES!

GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR BROTHER!
SHE WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR PRAYERS.

Norway
From Anette Hellin Aanesland [Helenius@online.no] on September 10, 1997:

I dont`t know how many tears I have cried, and I don`t know how many tears I will cry. The most of my tears I have cried, I have cried thinking of the two boys who have lost a mom. And not just any mom, but a warm and giving mom. I just hope that they will always remember her, like we all do. And that they will continue her work for the people, together with the people.
Many of my tears has also fallen, by the thought of how she died. I don`t find the words to describe......
I am just so glad that she found happiness before her life ended. I wish to thank her brother for saying the words, the words that no one has deared telling before. I hope that he will fight for the protection of William and Harry, as Princess Diana would have wanted.
I wish William and Harry the best, and may the spirit of they`re mom live forever in their hearts!

England
From Charley South [charley@passion.u-net.com] on September 10, 1997:

My hear goes out to you William and Harry:

Your mothers love lives through you both, it must have given you great courage to learn how loved she was across the world. We are so proud of you both, and your mum would have been proud too. I know you have a lot of responsibility resting on your shoulders but your mother taught you to be strong and like her, you are loved by us all, We are behind you all the way and you are always in our prayers.

united states of america
From jackie l. mccullough on September 10, 1997:

with all best prayers,and wishes, from jackie.

USA
From Louis M. Stewart [JCarter725@AOL.COM] on September 10, 1997:

Please express my deepest sympathies to Princes William and Harry on the loss of their wonderful mother. Sincerely, Louis M. Stewart

U.S.A.
From Amber Mobley on September 10, 1997:

William & Harry
I can not begin to say that I know how you feel because I don't. But I just want to let you know that the reason your mother was taken from this earth is because God needed another angel and your mother made an excellent one here on earth so he decided to take her and make her YOUR PERSONAL GUARDIAN ANGEL!! Just remember all of the lessons she taught you and all of the love she gave to you. You are both very special children and you are very blessed!

This is a poem that I received last week after the death of one of my closest friends:
YESTERDAY
Sitting here with nothing to do
but close my eyes and think of you
your smile was bright
your eyes would shine
I'd forever be proud
to call you mine
But all I see, is a cloud of grey
I wish you were here, like you were
YESTERDAY!!
- Author Unknown
May God bless and keep you always and forever!!

Love always,
Amber

United States
From Nancy [kurtzn@value.net] on September 10, 1997:

My husband and I send out our sincere condolences to Britain for their loss of a great lady-Princess Diana.

Our prayers are with Prince William and Prince Harry in their time of sorrow.

Belgium
From Henckens Annette [pr002905@glo.be] on September 10, 1997:

Is has been 10 days since the death of the Princess of Wales and I still feel the pain . Maybe writing this helps. I hope I am as strong as her boys . I know the Prinsess would like us to look in the feature and not the past. But that is very difficult because she is unforgatable for all of us just like our Queen Astrid so many years ago, but never forgotten. I will pray tor both of them, for her boys and everybody of the Royal Familie. I hope they find the string to follow her way of live, because if was a BIG help for a lot of people. Sleep well Princess Diana in the arms of OUR FATHER in heaven. YOU ARE FREE NOW AT LAST..................

UKIAH,CALIFORNIA - USA
From Karen [kdb3@saber.net] on September 10, 1997:

Such a heavy heart,it is hard to express how I am feeling. She went through so much! yet held your head high!!
You mothered your children your way!
I pray they can get through this with
their heads held high and carry on with your way of life and your beliefs.
I wish the Best for William and Harry
May Gods love carry them through life!
Remember boys - your mother was and will always be an inspiration to myself and so many others!!!!! She did so much good! So many people will really miss her presence on this earth, but she is now at peace. She does not have to run
anymore from intruders.

U.S.A.
From DUSTY STOKES on September 10, 1997:

THE TRAGIC DEATH OF THE PRINCESS HAS REALLY TOUCHED ME EMOTIONALLY. MY HEART GOSE OUT TO HER TWO BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN. I WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK AND MAY GOD BLESS YOU.

Sweden
From Sara [Sara@HoTMaiL.Com] on September 10, 1997:

She was a true Lady....
We love her....

United States
From Benjamin M. Whitfield [bmw9@uwyo.edu] on September 10, 1997:

When I was 9, my father wrote a letter of congratulations to Prince Charles and his new bride. I still remember the joy our family experienced upon the receipt of a return letter from the royal family. So it is with heavy heart that I write my letter.
Princess Diana has touched so many lives, mine being one of them. The world will miss her...I am just one of millions to voice the heart wrenching sadness. No one can fill the void left by her tragic death.

USA
From Liz Clark [lclark@teleplex.net] on September 10, 1997:

A bright light of beauty and grace has ended with the passing of Princess Diana. Please accept my thoughts and prayers for the family of Princess Diana and most especially for her two sons, the Princes William and Harry. She walked in beauty, but experienced great pain in her brief time with us. Let us try to remember the beauty and dim the memory of the pain and sorrow she felt. I shall remember her as a woman not afraid of AIDS nor lepers; a woman of great compassion and loving; a woman filled with grace and the ability to share this grace with others. She will be missed.
Liz Clark

canada
From natalie on September 10, 1997:

it still is so unbelievable that she actually is gone. i'd ALWAYS hear about her on t.v. and stuff- it must have drove her crazy to have people chasing her all the time and never be left alone. she was so gracious about it though and now it comes to this. maybe, hopefully, all media and newspapers will realize that they don't need to go so overboard on things. maybe this is what's necessary to stop the madness in all the paparazzi businesses. maybe people are thinking that she liked the attention and it's not the paparazzi's fault, she probably liked it at first, but when you never get left alone, it'd be horrible and it'd probably make you paranoid. say you're in a restaurant and start choking wildly or something. well if us normal people did that it'd be a bit of a scene, but everyone would forget about it in like 2 seconds. if diana did, it'd be top story for weeks, like "why didn't she go to the hospital?" yada yada yada. anyway... i think this is a major tragedy because she was a great example of a really down to earth, genuinely nice person, who happened to be a former princess. i feel horrible for her two sons left behind, i hope they are able to handle it and i also hope the media won't keep going on about this and continue reminding the sons and family about the tragedy that has happened.

CANADA (B.C.)
From Amanda Hilz [ahilz@maclan.chill.org] on September 10, 1997:

Diana will be greatly miss and I hope that we, as people of this world, will carrie on the work that she did and touch the lives of those truly in need.

United States
From Michelle Minogue [mmlminc@aol.com] on September 10, 1997:

To Price William and Price Harry,
It isn't often that a person is blessed with the gifts of compassion, warmth,and grace, as your dear mother was. She was a woman who eloquently showed the world just how strong a woman can be, to continue to smile and hold her head high, when inside, she might have felt like crying or turning away from the world that so adored her, but also made her the issue of public display. She was a woman who is an inspiration to all women, and for all her wonderful aspects and qualities, she will always be remembered. To say I am sorry for your loss can not convey enough comfort for you. When the world lost a beautiful princess, a shining jewel in the crown of your country, you two young men lost your mother, a woman who can never be replaced, but also a woman who will never be forgotten in the eyes and the hearts of the people who loved her.

With my deepest sympathy,

Michelle Minogue
Fairfield, Connecticut
USA

Singapore
From june on September 10, 1997:

You had the strength and beauty that others could only marvel and admire. You have embraced life truly to the fullest. May you rest in peace forever...

United States of America
From Annette Deshane [annetted@juno.com] on September 10, 1997:

Our prayers and thoughts
are with Princess Diana's family, especially Prince William and Prince
Harry

With love,

Mr & Mrs. Andrew DeShane and Children

USA
From Barbara M. Laffey-Fox [Barbara.Laffey-Fox@EY.COM@Internet] on September 10, 1997:

On behalf of my husband and myself, we extend to you our prayers at this time. May fond memories of your Mother help you through you loss.

USA
From Tara Freed [tfreed@sendit.nodak.edu] on September 10, 1997:

I feel greatly saddened for the loss of Princess Diana. She was a angel sent from Heaven to help people in need. We will never forget her smile or the sparkle in her eyes. She will be cherished and missed forever. My love is sent to her and her family.

United States
From Janna McQuality [j_mcquality@hotmail.com] on September 10, 1997:

Dear Will and Harry,
God Bless you and your family. I hope your future is filled with happiness and joy. Continue doing all the good things that you believe in. GOOD LUCK!

COLOMBIA
From Claudia B. Irrgang [CIRRGANG@UCSWORKS.COM] on September 10, 1997:

Princess Di..wherever you are I just want you to know that you will be greatly missed. You were one of a kind, as you showed the world...
We love you and rest in pece...

United States of America
From Darla La Sure [dlasure@aehn2.einstein.edu] on September 10, 1997:

May the memory and the purpose of Princess Diana's life live forever.

USA
From Dana Flynn [dflynn@gr.com] on September 10, 1997:

Prince William and Prince Harry,

I am sure you have received many message of people's sympathy. I would like to add my name to the list. I have had you in my thoughts this week. Mostly because I know the pain you are experiencing. My father died when I was ten, my sister was 15. I know the confusion and anger you are feeling and most of all the void you suddenly find in your life.

I am 23 now. I become angry when I think about all the time I missed out on with him. I never really knew him as a person only as "my daddy." The hardest part has been keeping the memories of my father fresh in my mind. Over the years they become clouded and jumbled.

Even though the press did an unforgivable thing to your mother by following her day and night, they also left you with something to treasure. They have documented everything your mother has ever done. Anytime you need to remember her, or your memories start to become dim and you need something to make them fresh, you can look in hundreds of magazines and newspapers to see your mother's pictures and read articles about her life. Everything you wanted to know about your mother and didn't get to learn first hand, has been written down for you. This is something I desperately wish I had.

Don't let your anger at the paparrazi consume you. It doesn't take the pain away it only makes it worse. Try really hard to focus on the good things about your mother and not the evil things the world did to her. She was a beautiful and special person. The more I read about her, the more I admire her.

I know right now this is not a comfort, but someday you will understand what I am trying to say.

I will keep you both in my thoughts and prayers. My love and empathy go out to you even though we are thousands of miles apart.


USA
From Laura Hutchens [LHutchen@tsla.lib.tn.us] on September 10, 1997:

It is a given that I echo all the adjectives that have been posted in thousands of messages honoring the essence of Diana, Princess of Wales. There are not enough adjectives in the English language to express our sorrow at the loss of her goodness. I have come across a poem that conveys such feelings better than I ever could. Here is a portion of "Song: As I Walked Out One Evening" (Auden)
"Love has no ending.
I'll love you,dear, I'll love you
Till China and Africa meet
And the river jumps over the mountain
And the salmon run in the street.

I'll love you till the ocean
Is folded and hung up to dry
And the seven stars go squaking
Like geese about the sky.

The years shall run like rabbits
For in my arms I hold
The Flower of the Ages
And the first love of the world."

Thank you.
Laura Hutchens

US
From Anna [gooseinthehamper@hotmail.com] on September 10, 1997:

I was greatly shocked to hear about the crash. When the news came of the death of Diana and Dodi, I was saddened. I know saddened isn't a very good word, everyone is "saddened." But it is true. It seemed like it happened yesterday. Diana will forever be remembered, I know for sure in our house. She was a beautiful woman.

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