Hadn't thought of her until this 10 year anniversary. The PM thing is intriguing.
There's a lot of speculation of what she might have become. My fantasy of her goes along with what I have read
of her in the months prior to her death:
... in her final months Diana felt more alive to the potential of her public role than ever before.
Get this about her and former PM Blair:
...At the time, she was hugely excited about Prime Minister Tony Blair's election win in May. She believed he had a role in mind for her as a bona-fide humanitarian ambassador for Britain.
She died before the PNAC wars, but I have to believe that she would have been highly disappointed with Blair. She might have been one of Britain's loudest opponents to war.
She could have been a contender:
"She wanted professional fulfillment," Conran told me. "She wanted to do something herself that would show she wasn't an idiot."
Diana's privately nurtured last project — which she hoped would be in partnership with a British TV company — was to produce documentaries, modeled on the much acclaimed BBC film of her trip to Angola that highlighted her land-mine campaign.
She had asked friends to seek out a media coach to help improve her broadcast skills so she could front the documentaries herself. She had already chosen the subject for her next campaign: adult illiteracy.
Would she have pulled off her evolution to an independent woman of real influence on the world's stage? My guess is she would have.
I mean that's my idea of her. Who knows, she could have ended up as another Hillary.