Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd (1097 – 1136), warrior princess of Wales who fought off the Norman invasion and is often compared to England's Boudicca. MORE: http://historywitch.com/2015/01/05/the-warrior-of-wales/
Photograph of the Princess of Wales, later Queen Alexandra and her three daughters. From left to right: Princes Maud, standing; Princess Victoria, standing behind her mother's chair; the Princess of Wales, seated, fan on her lap, wearing ornate necklace, tiara; Princess Louise, Duchess of Fife, standing. They are dressed in evening gowns
Gwenllian Princess of Wales~ Gwenllian was only a few months old when her father, Llywelyn the Last, was killed near Irfon Bridge on 11 December 1282. Her mother, Llywelyn's cousin, Eleanor de Montfort, died while giving birth to her in the palace of Pen-y-Bryn, in Abergwyngregyn near Bangor, Gwynedd on 12 June 1282.
Princess Diana The first photograph I am going to analyse is an image of the iconic Princess of Wales Diana; this image was taken by the celebrated photographer Mario Testino. This was within a series of other photographs which were produced into a book called ‘Diana, Princess of Wales’, it was published in 2007, sadly this was 10 years after the sudden death of Diana.