The 31st August marks 20 years since the tragic death of Lady Diana in a Paris car crash, along with her lover Dodi al-Fayed. It seems like just yesterday that the UK came to a standstill as the outpouring of grief threatened to overturn the British establishment, including the Royal family itself. The weeks after her death saw emotions rise high, with mountains of flowers seemingly piled everywhere, Elton John’s Candle in the Wind playing on the radio every 10 minutes, and the image of the Queen and Prince Charles taking a real knocking. Coming so soon after Labour took power (back in the day when people thought Tony Blair was a good guy), it seemed like a real watershed in UK public life, when nothing would ever be the same again.
With hindsight, we now know that this wasn’t the start of a revolution. The Queen still sits on her throne, with a now elderly Charles married to Camilla, a post-Iraq Blair now known as Phoney Tony, and the next generation of Harry and William injecting new popularity into the Royal brand.
On the other hand, Diana is still seen as an almost mythical figure who represented a breath of fresh air to the crusty old British establishment. And when you closely examine things, you can see that she did manage to shake up things in a big way, opening the door to some new attitudes in British life. A country where gays could marry was hardly imaginable 20 years ago, but Diana made people more accepting of alternative lifestyles by befriending people like Elton John and George Michael, and gave much publicity to AIDS charities.
You can even see the Diana effect in the legacy of her sons, both of whom show rather more emotion than previous generations. Just last week, William spoke movingly about his career in search and rescue, talking about how he wishes he could ‘unsee’ things. We can’t imagine the Duke of Edinburgh, or even Prince Charles, ever talking like that!
As a truly beautiful woman who was beautiful inside as well as out, many men lusted after this iconic figure. It was not only her classic good looks, but her elegant and feminine nature that made them go gaga for Diana. In a similar fashion, our most esteemed clients tell us that they select a Latin escort from our portfolio on personality as much as beauty.
Sure, as elite Latina ladies, all of them take pride in their appearance and are drop dead gorgeous, but they also have that extra something that you can only get with the southern personality. Our Latin companions have the passionate nature and zest for life that you will never get tired of, and are the perfect companions to really make you feel like a King.
No matter how you want to spend your time with a Latin escort from our London gallery, you can expect to enjoy a feast of the senses and engage with a lady who possesses the class, manners and grace of a princess. Yes, all our girls have the good looks you would hope for from a Copacabana beach babe, but that’s not the hidden ingredient which makes them so damn sexy.
True beauty and sexiness always comes from within, and their passionate and curious personalities will always ensure a date goes off with a bang. You can invite them out to a posh dinner in Diana’s favourite London restaurant of San Lorenzo in Knightsbridge, and they will bowl you over with their romantic nature. Or you can visit Hyde Park and walk in the shadow of her Kensington Palace home with one of our girls and feel the sparks flying.
To all those gents out there who will feel a bit emotional about the anniversary of Diana’s sad passing, we suggest not to cry, but celebrate life in the way that the Queen of People’s Hearts would have wanted. Go out in London this summer and enjoy all this wonderful city has to offer in the company of one of our Latin escorts. They love to be treated like princesses, and will in turn make you feel like someone very special indeed.