Basically, it's all your wildest actual-royalty-meets-American-political-royalty-meets-Hollywood-royalty dreams come true.
What's less well-known is that the late Diana also had connections to a different White House administration: Donald Trump's.
Prince Charles was dating Diana’s older sister, Sarah, when he first met Diana, but their relationship hit a rough patch after she boldly stated in print, “I am not in love with Prince Charles.” Diana, however, was more emphatic about her affection for the royal, and even had a picture of Charles tacked up above her bed at boarding school.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles tied the knot in July 1981 after a whirlwind courtship (seriously, they only went on 12 dates).
Despite separating in 1992 and Diana's untimely death in 1997, their romance has continued to fascinate people.
Their entire involvement was quite dramatic, including the way they got together in the first place.
The mom of Prince Harry and Prince William first met Charles in 1977 while he was dating her older sister, Lady Sarah Mc Corquodale (weird, right? It wasn't until the Summer of 1980 that Charles, who had already called it quits with Sarah, really became interested in Diana.