Royal consultants have rallied collectively to unearthed Princess Diana’s “rare emotional intelligence” and bond with strangers.
The concept to curate a movie about Princess Diana’s emotional intelligence is the mind baby of a manufacturing firm named Lightbox and in accordance with its co-founder Simon Chinn, showcasing the royal’s “special relationship with the public” is essential to her portrayal.
Throughout an interview with Categorical UK Mr Chinn claimed, “By using home movie footage of Diana, we hope to be able to paint a portrait that feels fresh, raw and unmediated.”
To kick this mission in gear Mr. Chinn and Mr. Ed Perkins have requested across the nation for clips of the Princess, “no matter how brief.”
“Sometimes just a glance can convey an emotion or an idea that cannot be depicted through words. Moreover, as much as we are interested in archive material of Diana herself, we are equally interested in seeing any footage from key historical moments in Diana’s life – such as her wedding to the Prince of Wales in 1981 or her funeral in 1997.”
What intrigues each Mr. Chinn and Mr Perkins is Diana’s potential to connect with the hearts of strangers. “We have heard countless stories about Diana’s extraordinary ability to connect and empathise with members of the public.”
“The manner in which she would kneel down to speak to a young child, for instance, is just one example of the ways in which she would interact with complete strangers with an emotional intelligence that had rarely been seen before by a public figure.”
“It was her charm, her compassion and her ability to amplify charitable causes and champion the most vulnerable that made her so popular.”