`Icon` Diana comes alive in comics
New York: Now, many little women will have a chance to learn from Lady Diana. The iconic princess’ life has been adapted in a comic book entitled - Female Force: Princess Diana.
The book features illustrations of the Queen, Prince Charles and sons William and Harry and also Camilla Parker.
Interestingly, `Camillagate` tapes that featured an X-rated chat between the heir and his then mistress have also been incorporated in the book.
The book presents Diana in a very good light. Published by Bluewater Comics, the book has some very memorable scenes and events from the life of Princess Diana.
According to Darren Davis of Bluewater, the book does not have an appeal just to children but also to young girls. He said, “It`s aimed at everybody. We want kids to read it because it`s a comic book. We`ve found that some of the people reading the books are women buying them for their daughters. We want girls to learn what she has done.
“Everyone should read about the admirable British icon who won hearts around the world as a princess, public figure, philanthropist and parent,” he added.
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