Charles Spencer Thrills Fans With Childhood Photo Of Princess Diana


Charles Spencer Thrills Fans With Childhood Photo Of Princess Diana

Charles Spencer delighted
his fans on Thursday as he showed off the close sibling bond he had with his
sister, the late Princess Diana.

The Earl shared a photo of an
old newspaper clipping that had a photo of his family playing – and it
looks like Diana and Charles had a relationship that many siblings could relate
to. In the snap, the future Princess of Wales, who was then aged five, was
playing in her toy car when her younger brother, who was then aged two, poured
sand all over it.

The scene was observed by
their parents, Lord Althorp and Viscountess Althorp, as well as their two other
children, Sarah, 11, and Jane, nine.

“A snapshot of family
life in 1966,” he captioned the post, before adding a variety of hashtags,
including one that perfectly summed up the photo: “#terribletwos.”

His followers were thrilled
with the photo, with many excited to see the picture of a young Princess
Diana, as many lamented: “Diana,” alongside heart emojis.

One said: “The look on
Diana’s face is priceless. Sweet and indulgent but also ‘Oh Charles….’,”
while a second added: “She asked for a car wash, not a dirt wash! Seriously
though, that’s a lovely family photo.”

A third commented: “Diana was not impressed with the sand,” and a fourth observed: “Princess
Diana’s smile looks like [Princess] Charlotte.”

Although the Earl frequently
shares insights into his home, Althorp Estate, he is more reserved with his
family photos, but last week he left fans stunned when he shared a photo
of the Queen.

Demonstrating the long
connection between the Spencer family and the royals, the black-and-white shot
showed the Queen back in 1946 when she was still Princess Elizabeth.

Charles and Princess Diana had a close bond

Charles and Princess Diana had a close bond

She wore a smart skirt suit as
she walked in front of a row of soldiers, with another soldier accompanying her
and a man in a suit behind them.

The photo was shared on social
media by a royal fan and re-shared by the Earl, who revealed that the man in the
suit was his grandfather, Jack Spencer.

The original caption read:
“HRH Princess Elizabeth inspects troops at Northampton’s Spencer parade in
1946. HRH is closely followed by The 7th Earl Spencer.”

Charles added: “Love this
– my grandfather Jack Spencer to the left, in suit. He’d served (and been
wounded) in the First World War.”


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