Diana she knew she was a very good swimmer and she used to take every opportunity to show off. She used to love nothing more than when we had crowds of people round the pool. Much against her father’s wishes - and she knew she wasn’t really allowed to do this - she’d run to the top of the slide and stand there poised - and she was beautiful and slim - and shout to everyone, ‘Look at me! Look at me!’ knowing that her father wouldn’t reprimand her in front of everyone else, and execute this beautiful dive into the pool.
Mary Clarke, Diana: Story of a Princess