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Yet despite being isoloated inside the place, photographers followed her wherever she went outside the palace walls. It fell to royal servants to protect Diana from the public, the press, and the millions of admirers she began to gain throughout the world. Yet, few friends and only some of her family were able to visit the soon-to-be princess.  . 5 As a result of her loneliness, Diana began to make friends among the palace staff—a move that, again, was considered very inappropriate. In the meantime, preparations for the royal wedding continued.

Eventually, Diana scheduled lessons with her former dance teacher. The time she spent in her black leotard, moving easily across a room, was probably a form of relaxation for the young woman who would soon have the eyes of the world on her. In the days that led up to the wedding, Diana fretted that Charles seemed to ignore her at times. Her photo often appeared in the press, which made her more self-conscious. Diana began to think that she was too fat, and she developed bulimia as a way to control her weight.

On this particular date, she stunned royal watchers as she stepped out of a limousine that had taken them to a musical recital in London. 12 Suddenly, it seemed, people were stunned to see her looking so elegant and beautiful. This event was the beginning of Diana’s role as a fashion icon. As it turned out, the black dress was a fashion faux pas; Diana later discovered that royals usually wear black only to funerals. Yet, she did not seem to care. “Black to me was the smartest color you could possibly have at the age of nineteen,” she said in an interview.

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