I just can't believe its been tens years, I still remember my mam ringing me and crying down the phone.
Think everyone remembers what they did that day. I woke up on my friends bedroom floor with the worst hangover of my life (i was 17!) and we turned on the news and couldnt believe it.
[quote="Joleigh":3pmdkb87]Think everyone remembers what they did that day. I woke up on my friends bedroom floor with the worst hangover of my life (i was 17!) and we turned on the news and couldnt believe it.[/quote:3pmdkb87]
I was the same I think I got home about 6 in the morning and my mam rang about 8 crying, at the time I was like go away mam but when i got up i cryed all weedend looking at sky news
I just remember the fella on the morning news on BBC - his voice was breaking
And Tony Blair's speech
but the funeral had me in floods
I was in my bf (hubby now) single bed, when his father burst in the door shouting "Di's dead, Di's dead). I nearly died myself, trying to cover up
i know its scary!!! i remember sitting up watching it on sky news crying my little heart out, i was only 12!!!! my little cosuin was born on the same day also!!!
I was living in america at the time as an au pair..... all the americans were devastated too....... we were at a house party and with the time difference the party was in full swing when everyone was crowded around the tv watching it in total drunken devastation........ So sad..... She was sooooo beautiful
OK it's all very sad and I remember when she died and it was very upsetting but at the risk of getting lynched!! Am I the only one who is sick of all the constant barrage of Diana books, Diana documentaries, Diana conspiracy theories and to be frank sick of Diana? Honestly it's all very well to remember her on the anniversary of her death but otherwise just let the woman rest.
It was so so sad. It was one of those days that you'll always remember where you were - a bit like 9/11. Can't believe it was 10 years ago
I was in Chicago for a J1 summer, and had just returned from an Aerosmith concert when I heard the news. I actually wished I was at home so I could watch the BBC.