Diana Frances Spencer (July 1, 1961- August 31, 1997) was born at Park House (near Sandringham, Norfolk). She was the youngest of four children, with two older sisters, Jane and Sarah, and one younger brother, Charles. Her parent's names were Earl Spencer and Mrs. Shand-Kydd, and they were married at Westminster Abby in 1952. It was one of the social events of the year. Even though they were deeply in love then, the Spencers got divorced when Diana was six years old. Earl later remarried Barbara Cartland's daughter. Also when Diana was six years old, she was sent to a boarding school, and excelled in sports, especially swimming. When she graduated from school, she worked as a nanny, a cook, and an assistant at Young England Kindergarten, all in or around London. After she worked she met Prince Charles. He was thirteen years older than Diana was. They became officially engaged on February 24, 1981. There was just one problem. At the engagement photo shoot, Charles still did not love Diana. He confided this in a friend. He also told the friend he was sure that he could love her. However, he could not, because years later, there was a divorce.