Lady Diana Refused to Wear This One Common Make-Up Product
Lady Diana Refused to Wear This One Common Make-Up Product
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Lady Diana Refused to Wear This One Common Make-Up Product

Always looking gorgeous at each of her appearances, Lady Diana refused to wear a make-up product that the stars normally love.

Like a true icon, Lady Diana continues to inspire new generations!

Whether it's her clothing choices, her beauty treatments or her hairstyles, the Princess of Wales is a role model for many people. Her daughters-in-law Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle regularly copy her style by adopting pieces she had already worn.

Since she passed away, stylists and make-up artistswho were taking care of herat the time have been in constant demand. Mary Greenwell, her make-up artist, gave an interview to the British magazineHello! in whichshe revealed Diana Spencer's beauty secrets.

Highly regarded overseas and followed by more than 100,000 people on social media, Mary Greenwell explained that Prince William and Prince Harry's mother never wore the same make-up. She simply loved natural beauty treatments where her eyes were highlighted. Although Lady Di liked to wear black eyeliner and mascara, it was unimaginable for her to wear false eyelashes.

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On the day The Queen visited The Royal Philatelic Society, we are sharing these archive photographs featuring members of The Royal Family. You can also take part on our quiz by clicking on our Instagram story. ⬆️ The photographs (1-4) taken by Dorothy Wilding, of Her Majesty in 1952, were used as the basis of The Queen’s image on postage stamps from 1953 until 1971. In two sittings, photographer Wilding took 59 images of The Queen. In 📷 5, Arnold Machin’s effigy of The Queen, which has featured on UK stamps since 1967, is widely considered to be one of the most reproduced and iconic images in the world. It has been re-printed an estimated 220 billion times, in more than 130 different colours. In 📷 6, the world’s first stamp, the Penny Black, featured an effigy of the head of Queen Victoria, as engraved by William Wyon (official chief engraver at the Royal Mint) to mark her coronation in 1838. Special stamps have been produced featuring The Queen, including for Her Majesty’s 80th Birthday in 2006 and The 60th Anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation in 2013. 📷 PA & Royal Collection Trust

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Too flashy and eccentric, they were banished from the princess' vanity.

The royal family is a fan of natural make-up

Following the example of their mother-in-law, William and Harry's wives do not wear false eyelashes either. They prefer natural make-up, both on the eyes and on the complexion. In fact, Meghan Markle refuses to let anyone hide her freckles with foundation.

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The Duchess of Cambridge is supporting a new UK-wide drive to help children connect with nature 🍃 as the next generation takes environmental action into their own hands. Backyard Nature aims to build an army of young nature guardians across the UK and help them protect wildlife on their doorstep 🦋🐛🦉 galvanising communities and empowering the children that live in them to act as nature guardians for their patch, no matter how small. The Duchess of Cambridge said: “Spending time in nature can play a pivotal role in helping children grow up to become happy, healthy adults. The great outdoors provides an open playground for children to have fun and learn life-long skills — from balance and coordination to empathy and creativity — with their friends, their parents, their carers, or their family members. I hope the Backyard Nature campaign inspires children, families and communities to get outside and engage with nature, wherever they live.” The Backyard Nature campaign has committed to encourage and support a million hours spent in the outdoors, encouraging children to connect with the environment and take action. Visit @BackyardNatUK to find out more and sign up to be a nature guardian. 📷 Kensington Palace #BackyardNature

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If there's one thing to take from this, it's thatthe Royal Family abide by one simple rule: less is more!

By James Guttridge

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