Princess Diana was such a good sport, and it showed during her royal engagements.

When Princess Diana was still alive, she also attended a number of engagements to represent the royal family. During one of her outings, she was photographed jumping from a train.

The photo was recently shared on Instagram, with some netizens commenting that they were shocked that the royal had to do it and expressed their concern. Many were disappointed by the lack of steps, which forced Princess Diana to jump. One even asked: "Where’s a step for her?"

“Did she have to jump? She was such a sport. But there should've been a step for her,” one royal fan wrote.

“Oh my goodness! That’s quite a leap she had to take!” a different netizen wrote.

“Ouch.. why she leap out like that? Seems would have portable stairs..??” another user wrote.

Meanwhile, another said that what Princess Diana did was “unbelievable” considering the height and her heels. Also, the gentleman standing beside her didn’t even extend an arm to assist her and ensure that she wouldn’t fall and twist her ankle.

According to Ken Wharfe, Princess Diana’s former protection officer, working for royals is both rewarding and demanding. He admitted that it was challenging. However, once you get the hang of it, the work is “mundane and repetitive.”

“Work is demanding but rewards are high. The lure of rent-free accommodation for household employees, both during employment and on retirement, is reason enough not to fail,” Wharfe said.

The difficult part with being a royal staff is that it requires one to spend a lot of time away from home. Those who serve the royals could rarely travel with their own family because they have to be around for the royals most of the time.

In related news, Prince Philip reportedly had a shocking meltdown over Princess Diana’s funeral arrangement. The Duke of Edinburgh wasn’t happy when the spinners from Downing Street started asking what Prince William and Prince Harry’s role for their mom’s funeral would be.

“Philip had bellowed over the speakerphone from Balmoral: ‘[expletive].’ We are talking about two boys who have lost their mother,” Adam Boulton wrote in his book “Tony’s Ten Years: Memoirs of the Blair Administration.”

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Britain's Princess of Wales arrives at her London health club. Johnny Eggitt/AFP/Getty Images)