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Late Princess Diana was a woman of many talents.
She also became known for her donation because she always thought she was out of the box.
In fact, it turned out that one Christmas Diana arranged an unusual gift for Prince Charles and was not accepted well.
Princess Diana has always loved classical ballet and most forms of dance.
The documentary film "Princess Diana: The Woman Inside" revealed that Princess Diana had a day-to-day lesson at Kensington.
Diana so much loved dancing, she decided to use her wisely.
One Christmas, Princess shared a special dance performance with Prince Charles as a Christmas present.
He was not excited.
The event took place in December 1985 at a private Christmas Gallery for the Royal Ballet enthusiast at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.
It was three minutes of "Uptown Girl" by Billy Joel and choreographed by ballet dancer Wayne Sleep.
"It was a gift that went back a little," said King Richard Kay.
"She did it as a tribute to Charles." "Charles was not overwhelmed," he added.
"He thought he was performing."
"In fact, it was incredibly courageous to go on stage at the English Ballet House in Covent Garden and make a great Wayne Sleep Routine."
She was a woman!