Diana was just 16 years old when she met Charles (who was then 28) on a pheasant hunt in Norfolk.“I can remember the weekend she came back after she met him because she couldn’t talk about anything else,” Penny Walker, Diana’s former music teacher, would recall. At last, I’ve met him.” When Diana and Charles officially began courting two years later, Sarah proudly proclaimed: “I introduced them. Princess Diana’s wedding dress was adorned with more than 10,000 tiny mother of pearl sequins and pearls, and included a 25-foot-long train—the longest in royal history.Iolo Goch, in many respects Glyndŵr’s household poet, provides us with an indication of Glyndŵr’s respect for the labouring class in his poem to the ploughman.Iolo praises his fundamental role in society – ‘Nid bywyd, nid byd heb ef’ / ‘there is no life, no world without him.’ The fact that Welsh labourers left their livings and returned from England to support Owain Glyndŵr is evidence both of his charismatic influence as the leader of a Wales free from the yoke of English rule.Indian weddings can feature the attempted theft of the groom's shoes: his family have to try to protect them from the bride's family's best efforts to take them.
Owain’s family had estates at Sycharth, Iscoed in the Teifi Valley, and Glyndyfrdwy, in the Dee Valley.
This Friday marked what would have been Princess Diana’s 55th birthday.
The famously down-to-earth royal brought a breath of fresh air to the House of Windsor. Paul’s Cathedral in the summer of 1981, 17 million viewers from around the world tuned in to watch the ceremony.
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