On Aug. 22, Prince Harry was thrown into the spotlight even more than usual after nude photos of the royal partying in Vegas surfaced all over the internet.
And about a week later, Aug. 31, marked the 15th anniversary of his mother Princess Diana's death.
While Harry has grown up accustomed to the limelight, his late mother wasn't always so at ease with the cameras.
What started as the public's interest in the seemingly fairytale marriage of Lady Diana and Prince Charles of Wales led to rumors of affairs, probing by the press, and ultimately, her death after a paparazzi car chase in 1997.
Whether it was the birth of her two sons or scandalous rumors of what was going on inside the palace, the press documented Lady Di's every move—for better or worse.
Retronaut posted the following 18 magazine cover photos showcasing the 16-year evolution of Princess Diana in the press.
1981: 20-year-old Lady Diana became The Princess of Wales when she married The Prince of Wales on July 29, 1981, at St Paul's Cathedral. The newlyweds' photo was blasted on magazine covers across the world.
1982: On June 21, Princess Diana gave birth to her and the Prince's first son and heir, William Arthur Philip Louis.
1983: Princess Diana's trouble with the invasive British press begins. She told a British publication, "I am finding it very difficult to cope with the pressures of being Princess of Wales, but I am learning to cope."
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