“The really sad thing is that Diana, as normal and casual and disarming her air was, felt so isolated and lonely.
Saying she felt Diana was “born with … an undeniable penetrative energy”, Stewart added: “We haven’t had many of those people throughout history.
Speaking at a press conference before the film’s premiere, Stewart emphasised what she saw as Diana’s relatability, and the essential tragedy of her loneliness.
But even when Diana looked at her most beautiful, you felt she could kick her shoes off, and walk outside and ask how you are.
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