Can Anyone Replace Diana?

The Windsors have learned lessons, and there is even room for Camilla, but a spell has been broken

Though the death itself may be indelible, it takes a full year even to begin to understand what has been lost and what gained--a year to pass through the seasons of grief: Christmas, Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays and beach days and school days in between. Diana, Princess of Wales, died in a car crash 12 months ago, but to her family and the international community of those who mourn her, it has been a transformative lifetime. One year on, an older, grayer Prince Charles, approaching his 50th birthday, has quietly taken to wearing his wedding band once again--a sign of...

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