Diana At Sixty
DIANA AT SIXTY is a documentary which explores how the Princess of Wales became known as the 'Queen of People's Hearts'.
There are verbal references to Diana's eating disorders, including her weight loss and potential triggers for this (e.g. comments about being 'chubby').
A close-up of a tabloid newspaper includes a woman modelling a bathing suit which reveals her cleavage.
- disturbing images
There are scenes containing real footage of the aftermath of the car crash which killed Diana, Princess of Wales.
- flashing/flickering lights
This work contains flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
There is very mild bad language ('God' and 'darn'). There are brief verbal references to the Duchess of Sussex's mental health, which supposedly led to her contemplating suicide.