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Princess Diana’s tears, ‘awkward stumble’ during Australia tour with Charles



Princess Diana’s tears, ‘awkward stumble’ during Australia tour with Charles


When Princess Diana married Prince Charles in 1981, she legally became a British Royal. The people fell in love with and admired her upon her entrance in the royal fold because of her beauty and character.

She had to travel on numerous royal trips and engagements outside the nation as a member of the British Royal Family and the future Queen Consort. She and the Prince of Wales made their first formal state visit to Australia as a married couple in 1983.

Diana can be seen fumbling over the last lyrics of the anthem – “Advance Australia fair” – in the video. TV cameras were following Diana’s every step in front of the Sydney Opera House.

Several television cameras seemed to be following the Wales couple around in front of the Sydney Opera House. The Princess of Wales wore her famous pink dress by Bellville Sasson, as well as her pink bonnet by John Boyd.

Despite being at a loss for words, the audience became more enamored with Diana.

Thousands of people rushed to Sydney Harbour’s streets to get a sight of the royal pair.


People were peering out windows to get a glimpse of the royal celebrities as they went by in an open-air Rolls Royce.

The video shows Diana briefly breaking down in tears as a result of the crowd’s overwhelming excitement, which Charles failed to see.

Vanity Fair earlier published a story on the incident, describing what occurred at that emotional time. Ken Lennox, who took the picture of the royal crying, told the newspaper what he observed at the moment.

He stated that he was “about four feet” away from the Princess of Wales. While attempting to obtain a decent picture, he saw the royal “burst into tears” and “wept” for a few minutes.

According to Lennox, Prince Charles did not seem to notice that his wife was weeping. But that if he saw Princess Diana, he would most certainly “look the other way.”

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