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What were Dianas names at her christening, & who were her godparents?

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What were Dianas names at her christening, & who were her godparents?

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Diana was christened Diana Frances on 30 August 1961 at St. Mary Magdalen church, Sandringham, by the Right Reverend Percy Herbert. Diana had five godparents: John Floyd (Chairman of Christie’s, and a friend of her father), Alexander Gilmour (her father’s cousin), Lady Mary Colman (the former Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon, later Lady Colman, wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, and niece of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and later a lady-in-waiting to Princess Alexandra, Hon. Lady Ogilvy), Mrs Michael (Sarah) Pratt (daughter of a former Dean of Hereford, and friend and neighbour of Diana’s parents), and Mrs William (Carol) Fox (another friend and neighbour of Diana’s parents).

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Diana was christened Diana Frances on 30 August 1961 at St. Mary Magdalen church, Sandringham, by the Right Reverend Percy Herbert. Diana had five godparents: John Floyd (Chairman of Christie’s, and a friend of her father), Alexander Gilmour (her father’s cousin), Lady Mary Colman (the former Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon, later Lady Colman, wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, and niece of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and later a lady-in-waiting to Princess Alexandra, Hon. Lady Ogilvy), Mrs Michael (Sarah) Pratt (daughter of a former Dean of Hereford, and friend and neighbour of Diana’s parents), and Mrs William (Carol) Fox (another friend and neighbour of Diana’s parents.

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