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Ageless Beauty: How 'The People's Princess' Diana Would Have Looked at 62

Princess Diana at 62 According to AI-Produced Images of Late Princess
Source: DALL-E 2 AI

Insiders believe Princess Diana would still be very close with her sons William and Harry if she were alive today.

Oct. 2 2023, Published 10:02 a.m. ET

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Princess Diana was an ageless beauty lost far too soon.

Many wonder what she would be like - and look like - today if she hadn't died in a car crash on August 31, 1997, in Paris.

Thanks to insiders and artificial intelligence, some of those questions have been answered, reported.

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AI-produced images of Diana show her at age 62 with shiny, golden hair, sparkling blue eyes and a face with a complexion that appears not to have aged much at all.

The images show Diana still sporting her signature short, curled hair with a smile that could still light up a room.

Princess Diana would be a grandmother these days, and a close friend of hers told the EXAMINER in 2017 that she would have embraced the role.

"Diana would've been a fantastic grandmother," Diana's friend, Julia Samuel, told the outlet. "She was warm, loving and fun. Someone who gave children the presents they loved but the parents didn't want them to have because they were so huge and noisy!"

Insiders say Diana would still be very close with her sons while adoring their wives, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle.

Still, keeping up her looks would have been important to Diana, according to an insider.

"She'd have taken advantage of Botox, fillers and other cosmetic procedures," the insider said. "But I don't think she'd have had a face-lift.

"Her hair would be longer too."

Despite her scandal-ridden 1996 divorce from King Charles, Diana would have been close to Queen Elizabeth up until her death in September 2022.

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Princess Diana at 62 According to AI-Produced Images of Late Princess
Source: DALL-E 2 AI

Some insiders say Princess Diana would probably be still searching for love if she were alive today.


"Her Majesty thought Diana was a misfit, but she's confessed that Diana saved the monarchy with her sons," royal author Nicholas Davies told the EXAMINER.

Romantically, it's unclear where Diana's life would be today. Some say she would still be scarred from losing her secret husband, Dodi Fayed, if she had survived the crash and he didn't.

"Diana would be one of the most powerful women in the world - but haunted by the crash that killed her secret husband, Dodi Fayed," a longtime friend said in 2017. "Just a year after divorcing Prince Charles, she'd have been a pregnant widow."

"Plagued by nightmares about the crash, only the birth of her child - a longed-for daughter in the spring of 1998- would pull her out of her emotional tailspin.

"Her sons, Princes William and Harry, were away at school, so she'd seldom see them."

Therefore, sadly, Diana would still be seeking true love from someone kind, rich enough to afford her and strong enough to handle her insecurities.

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"She'd have had many lovers and even married once or twice, but she was scary possessive," said the insider. "No man wanted to be 'Mr. Diana.'"

Nonetheless, insiders believe Diana would still be a huge celebrity while living half in Los Angeles or New York and half in England.

"She had extraordinary appeal and would have become best friends with politicians, even presidents, and celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor and Angelina Jolie, who [shares the late] Diana's passion for helping the poor and hungry," Davies said. "I could even see her performing on Dancing With the Stars to help promote charities dear to her heart."

Not to mention starring in a movie of her own - and having a house in Hollywood too!


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