Date of birth: July 1, 1961
Date of death: August 31, 1997 (aged 36)
Height: 5′ 10″ (178 cm)
Weight: 128 pounds (58 kg)
Princess Diana body measurements:
Chest: 33″ (84 cm)
Waist: 26″ (67 cm)
Hips: 34″ (86 cm)
Bra size: 33B
Shoe size: 9 (US)/39 (EU)
Hair color: Blonde
Eye color: Blue
Diets are designed to reduce body weight increase which occurs due to improper execution of various body functions. The majority of them are aimed at eliminating the consequences of these dysfunctions. One such problem is the bulimia – a sharp and uncontrolled increase in appetite attack.
Even celebrities are often affected by this disorder. Among them stands out Princess Diana. She was one of the first who publicly admitted that she suffered from this defect. This recognition gave rise to testimonies of other people, that revealed the global nature of the problem. English nutrition specialists even discovered a special technique aimed at fighting bulimia.
Many people admired Lady Di’s figure. However, like many ordinary women, she had to maintain a perfect line through diet. Or rather – a diet that lasted all her life. After many years, Chef of the royal family, who worked at Buckingham Palace for 11 years and 4 years had served the princess’s personal cook, spoke about the secrets of her diet.
So, Princess avoided fatty foods and carbohydrates. She said the chef to take care of fats and carbohydrates, and about the sport, she took care of on her own. But there were dishes for which a woman could forget about her regime for a while. She loved the stuffed peppers, chocolate mousse and just went crazy from the traditional bread-and-oil pudding. When McGrady was preparing it, she went to the kitchen and dragged pieces.
Red meat Diana ate only in exceptional cases. For example, Clint Eastwood visited the family, she asked for roast lamb.
Despite the fact that the princess sticked to a strict diet, her children, William and Harry, were not concerned with it. They could eat pizza, fish sticks, and their favorite dish was potatoes stuffed with mozzarella. They also loved the cottage pie (classic British cuisine: layered casserole of lamb covered with mashed potatoes, generously flavored with sauce and rosemary) and banana flan (french dessert).
Sometimes the whole family ate fried chicken and potatoes, but for boys, these dishes were prepared in the usual way, for their mother it was boiled or steamed. To not distance herself from her sons, Diana said she just asked the chef to remove from these products unloved skin.