, 2022-11-13 15:04:42,
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Princess Diana will forever be regarded as one of the most influential style style icons of the late 20th century. From her iconic revenge dress to her infamous black sheep sweater, her fashion choices continue to resonate with people around the world more than 25 years after her tragic passing. While her influence is still felt strongly among many today, there is no disputing that the late Princess of Wales focused just as much care of her health and well-being as she did on her fashions.
In season five of The Crown, viewers are reminded that Diana was, in a way, ahead of her time when it comes to wellness. During one scene, Diana (played by Elizabeth Debicki) provides a friend with several sources to give to Andrew Morton, the author behind her blockbuster biography, Diana: Her True Story. Debicki’s character goes on to name an aromatherapist, an astrologist, an acupuncturist, and a mind and body therapist. And as it turns out, the royal actually relied on several holistic treatments to make her feel good, physically and mentally, as she struggled with her mental health and when her tumultuous marriage with then-Prince Charles began to crumble.
The first person named is her aromatherapist, Sue, which is presumably Sue Beechey—a c0-founder of Aromatherapy Associates. The royal was reportedly one of her first customers and often turned to the brand’s luxury essential…
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