Princess Diana and Prince Charles

Princess Diana and Prince Charles on a commemorative royal wedding teapot (TV: The Lodger)

Diana Spencer, also known as Princess Diana (PROSE: The Blue Angel) or Lady Di, (TV: Father's Day) was a member of the British Royal Family. She was married to Prince Charles (PROSE: Prisoners of the Sun) in 1981. (TV: The Lodger)

Mike Yates owned a souvenir mug that celebrated their marriage. (PROSE: Prisoners of the Sun) Craig Owens owned a souvenir teapot. (TV: The Lodger) Melanie Bush believed them to be a strong couple. (AUDIO: Spaceport Fear)

She was photographed during her wedding to Prince Charles. Said picture was altered by the Monks. (TV: The Lie of the Land)

George Smythe had a magazine featuring Princess Diana in his attic. Ian Chesterton, who was from 1963, did not recognise the name, which made Vicki laugh. (PROSE: Every Day)

The Eighth Doctor, commenting on the interactions between his Type 40 TARDIS with the Type 103 Marie, said that Queen Victoria and Princess Diana wouldn't necessarily be expected to get along immediately. Fitz Kreiner, who was from 1963, wondered who Princess Diana was. (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5)

Tom reflected that people in the 1970s hadn't even heard of Princess Diana yet. (PROSE: Verdigris)

Evelyn Smythe, while in 1993, stated that one of the things she wanted to do was send a message to Lady Di and tell her to never go back to Paris, but knew she couldn't. (PROSE: Instruments of Darkness)

On 6 May 1997, "Lady Di" was potentially among the celebrities observing the Mars 97 mission at the National Space Museum. She was recognised by Bernice Summerfield, who could not be sure if she was not Mystic Meg, having always gotten the two of them "mixed up". (PROSE: The Dying Days)

Diana died in a car crash in the late 1990s. (PROSE: This Town Will Never Let Us Go) A German man got married the day Diana died. (PROSE: Father Time)

Behind the scenes Edit

  • Diana has been portrayed by Julie Cox in Princess in Love, Michelle Duncan in Whatever Love Means and Katie Brayben in King Charles III.
  • In the real world, Diana died on 31 August 1997, just less than four months following her potential appearance in The Dying Days.
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