Ten years after her high-speed death in a Paris tunnel, Princess Diana shows no sign of retreating into the shadows -- her most enduring legacy the ability, even now, to engage, capture and divide public opinion.
Admirers, critics and the staunchly indifferent are all united by the impossibility of completely ignoring the woman whose name and image remain a pervasive and instantly recognizable cultural reference point, in Britain and across much of the world.
A perennial stream of conspiracy theories, tell-all memoirs, docudramas and official investigations into her death have all kept Diana on the public stage over the years, with the occasional turn in the spotlight.
And with the coming 10th anniversary of the August 31 car crash in the Pont de L'Alma tunnel next to the Seine that killed her and her lover, Dodi Fayed, the media glare that was partly blamed for her death is back with a vengeance.
Princess Diana Museum
Diana's dying pictures outrage UK
After almost a decade, the death of Britain's princess Diana remains a source of great sadness and speculation. No surprise that plans to broadcast a documentary that includes unseen images of her dying moments has become a cause of outrage in UK.