“Remembering the Queen of Hearts”, is the headline on gossip magazine Hello this week, as the magazine marks the year that will see the sixtieth anniversary of the birth of Diana, Princess of Wales. Next year is the quarter century of her untimely death. Wikipedia says that Diana remains a firm favourite amongst LGBTQ people and that she is deserving of the accolade “gay icon”. Her work towards destigmatizing people living with AIDS during some of the harshest years of the pandemic continues to resonate today, and even after she stepped down from many charitable causes during the final years of her life, she remained committed to her patronage of the National AIDS Trust. Many of us old enough to remember Diana's life will have vivid memories of the national outpouring of grief on her death. In the words of the then Prime Minister Tony Blair, she was “The People's Princess”.