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Rare photo of Diana in 1981 as a teaching assistant at the Young England nursery with teacher and very good friend Margaret Hodge


DECEMBER 21, 1985 ~ Letter written to Margaret Hodge "I TOOK William to see Father Christmas in a shop last week & he was quite undaunted by the prospect, instead he produced a list as long as your arm of presents he wanted for the 24th & nothing was left out! I do not know how parents cope with more than two children as the parents of these boys are exhausted before the event (24th/25th) trying to keep up with their pace!"

from The Huffington Post

Princess Diana: Her Life In Pictures

In a letter to Margaret Hodge an older teacher who worked alongside her at Young England Kindergarten in London's Pimlico district, Diana revealed her nerves ahead of her first official tour of Wales with Charles. "I expect the sooner I can get used to it the better," she said.


Jeremy Corbyn CSA McCann Janner & Margaret Hodge

Jeremy Corbyn CSA McCann Janner & Margaret Hodge

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