It is three years since a stunned nation awoke to the horror that was Mary Riddell's sixth anniversary piece about Diana, which concluded with the meaningless statement that "personal tragedy is too frail a foundation to bear the weight of public recrimination".
Three years on, she's decided that Diana did make a difference after all.
"Look at a generation plagued by mental illness, by eating disorders and by the cult of fame, then say that Diana left no legacy".
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