Princess Diana's handwritten letter in which she jokes about how she 'wanted a medal' when she turned 30 is set to fetch $1,500 (£1,100) at auction.
In the letter, written in July 1990, Diana thanked fashion designer Bruce Oldfield and his business partner Anita Richardson for a jersey they had sent her for her 29th birthday.
在这封写于1990年7月的信中，戴安娜感谢她的时尚设计师Bruce Oldfield和他的商业伙伴Anita Richardson，在她29岁生日时送的一件球衣。
The Princess of Wales enjoyed a close relationship with Oldfield, who often dressed her for glamorous events.
She even signed off the intimate note to the pair with a smiley face, followed by a kiss.
In the letter written to Oldfield and Richardson, Diana wrote: 'What a wonderful Jersey I have been given
'It was typical of you both to spoil me with one lovely Jersey - is this a new line as I haven't seen this before, or am I just very behind with the times?!
'However, this comes with much love & endless thanks for helping to make Sunday a positively happy one.'
The thank you note is being sold alongside three Christmas cards sent out by Prince Charles and Diana, featuring sweet family portraits.
The cards, which are being sold online by US-based RR auctions, are expected to sell for $800 (£600) each.
Commenting on Diana's thank you note, Bobby Livingston, Executive VP at RR Auction, said: 'Princess Diana's handwriting had a beautiful flourish, and her letters - a caring and loving tone.在评论戴安娜的感谢信时，RR拍卖公司的执行副总裁Bobby Livingston说:“戴安娜王妃的笔迹非常漂亮，语句中充满了关爱之情。”