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Hi -- moving tribute or just plain disrespectful the latest Newsweek cover.
Has the world of bugs that its depiction of princes Diana had she lives to be fifty years old.
But did the magazine -- -- and bounce here well Bob Sullivan is the managing editor of life.
Books and they have also put together a very different compilation -- -- photos.
Princess Diana Bob thanks so much for being here -- so we can hop on July 1 Princess Diana would have turned fifty years old tomorrow.
And you have put together this beautiful book it's -- there's a treasure trove of photos you know Diana how did you decide which photos to put it here.
Well life books when we do these illustrated biographies we usually that will we always.
Try to find the best for photographs obviously Diana was for several years the most photographed.
Woman in the world probably the most photographed person in the world.
We didn't go with a lot of them -- hardly of the paparazzi shots there're there are thousands of of them out there but that's not the kind of thing we do.
Our editors are photo editors and -- -- and Christine Lieberman they know all the world's best photographers.
In all of these people the train their camera and I am one point or other.
We've got all those photos and and and we told the story.
There's an additional thing to your lucky when you're doing one of these people with one of the parents was -- have occasional photographer when the kid was little as was -- asked father Johnny Spencer was a teen photographer.
And that his favorite subject was Diana who is most willing subjects we have the -- photos to look at this beautiful one with John Travolta that was suspect app icon actually you know that's from the White House that's by Pete Souza -- a great friend of life magazines and who isn't at the White House now.
Shooting Obama administration and daily basis.
He was also Ronald Reagan's close friend and photographer.
In the in the he shot that picture of her dancing with -- this of course speaks to her philanthropy her outreach.
How how she touched the whole world when she went to help aids patients were she's still alive where she still -- tomorrow our fiftieth birthday I think this is what -- would be doing.
She had this exceptional gift for empathy.
And she was driven to do it -- And and I think you know she was talking Tony Blair at the time of her death about maybe taking on an official role for the government and outreach what did you think of the Newsweek cover that to basically.
Age enhanced her to fifty years old you know it's -- It knew it was gonna get buzz.
You know we don't.
You know play with voters.
But it knew was gonna get -- interestingly.
If it brings the reader to a real fun story by Tina Brown who wrote a terrific biography of Diana.
And she spent speculates.
You know we're Diana would be today and she you know she's got this big Twitter account and all the rest but.
As we do on she speculates that this can't reach this philanthropy.
-- them is what would mainly concern I'm Diana.
If she had -- obviously to in this season should be very proud of her son.
Absolutely well I obviously thought provoking.
And emotional all these photos that you put together for life Bob Sullivan thanks for coming in it's been my pleasure.
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